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... There can be more than one reason for anemia or low numbers or even several. ... (48 replies)
... You could have PA or something else that bites the B12 levels. I have autoimmune hemolytic anemia and when it's active, my red blood cells explode, and no B12 is stored or processed. ... (5 replies)
... I definitely know I have pernicious anemia as my gastro did a special test that confirmed it. I would feel like my brain was in a comma and my arms would start to shake. ... (6 replies)

... allergy tests. Did you have the antibody testing for celiac disease? ... (3 replies)
... Could I have that Pernicious anemia? ... (5 replies)
... I know it sounds crazy but I had the same symptoms for 2 yrs and thought I was dieing. They tested for MS but I had 4 small cysts on MRI not specific for MS and no marker on spinal tap. Ended up being Celiac disease; intolerance for wheat, rye,barley..and in my case milk products and sugar. I had PA as well caused by malabsorption syndrome of gastric bypass and Celiac. All... (6 replies)
... Yes, those two test are standard in testing for PA from what I know. Have you been tested for Celiac disease, an autoimmune disease? ... (4 replies)
... They are both part of the complete blood count. Does she have any known GI problems such as celiac disease that may be hindering iron absorption? ... (5 replies)
... Have you investigated the possibility that you have an intolerance to gluten? Even if you tested negative for celiac disease, it is still possible that a gluten intolerance could cause the symptoms you describe, plus make it difficult for you to absorb nutrients through an inflamed digestive tract. If you search this site, there is information here about this problem, such... (6 replies)
... No, I haven't...what does the testing of Celiac disease consist of? ... (4 replies)
... and they randomly tested me for Celiac through a blood test. I was shown to carry the gene for Celiac. My Mayo doctor suggested I try a gluten free diet to see if it would help the stomach. ... (5 replies)
... Anytime there is anemia this should be checked. ... (24 replies)
... y periods, sometimes things like too much NSAIDS can cause tiny bleeds in your stomach, and that blood loss can cause trouble. But there's other things too, like celiac disease and pernicious anemia and in my case, it's autoimmune hemolytic anemia and iron deficiency. ... (2 replies)
... Thyriod conditions are strongly linked with B12 and also celiac disease which can acuse B12, iron vit D and folate deficiencies......... ... (24 replies)
... My periods were always really heavy before my anemia and since I've been anemic they are really light which the doctors also don't understand. ... (3 replies)
... vestigations, although the GP doesn't always tell me what's being tested, only that the tests are normal! I know that I've been tested for rheumatoid arthritis, celiac disease and OVP. ... (3 replies)
... I do not have pernicious anemia or an iron deficiency, etc. However, I saw an endocrinologist almost two weeks ago, who ran some more tests related to the B12. ... (21 replies)
... Thanks for the tip about the celiac test. I did consider this, however I have read that the blood test and biopsy are not entirely reliable. ... (3 replies)
... The next step is determining why you have these deficiencies. They are not normal and are not a disease but a symptom of some other disease. ... (8 replies)
... As I was reading the thread, I was thinking that you definately have B12 anemia, then I saw your hematoligst diagnosed it. As to whether it is pernicious or not can be determined by a test for the intrinsic factor, indicating that it is PA, which is an autoimmune disease, btw. Did you have the test? ... (22 replies)


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