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... oglobin. I had been taking all my vitamins since having the bypass surgery, so my levels were apparently fine. About 3 years after the bypass, I started having loss of feeling in my toes. I thought it was from wearing tight shoes, but my primary doctor thought a b12 test was in order. ... (6 replies)
... st rule of thumb is "not to panic" because if you'll feel worse. Also, I have pernicious anemia also and my husband thinks it's the same thing like he has....reflux! It is a step up from reflux...I can assure you. ... (4 replies)
... borderline so I looked them up and kept coming back to Pernicious Anemia. My grandfather had this and it says it can run in blood relatives, and some of the symptoms fit but not all... ... (4 replies)

... Welcome to the Anemia Board! ... (8 replies)
... fatigue, ringing ears, numb or tingling feet and hands, palpitations, balance issues, hair loss, and more. ... (12 replies)
... around 400 CAN present symptoms although docs say 200 is normal. Craving strange non food substances and hair loss are related to iron. ... (48 replies)
... It sounds like a normal case of anemia that has been untreated but im not anemic. The levels of iron in my blood and my red blood cells have been persistantly normal. ... (2 replies)
... but at least it has bought me a few months of lesser bleeding. I have not had my levels drawn again, but between the Pills and added iron, I feel wonderful. My hair loss has completely stopped, heart rate is in the 90s, no further shortness of breath. ... (20 replies)
... seems to be subject to interpretation but I think 70 from my reading seems to be a threshold for real improvement. From what I have read alot of aches, pains and hair loss may be associated with low ferritin. ... (57 replies)
... mentation seen in the complete blood count. If you understand all the different parameters that HKK has included in her bloodwork, it is clear that at least her anemia is not secondary to B12 deficiency. ... (24 replies)
... I noticed that your daughter's MCV, mean corpuscular volume, is elevated. It is an important marker in hematology and the diagnosis of anemia. The range signifies low = microcytic anemia (usually iron-related) and macrocytic (b-12 related). While your daughter's MCV elevation is not at the clinical level for pernicious anemia (b12), I would urge you to have her serum b12... (10 replies)
... for me it took forever to get a diagnosis... I was told that I had parkinsons and put on mirapex the doc just assumed that is what I had with no test because I had a tremor in my hands and it got pretty bad at times. and for a year and a half I went on getting sicker and sicker.. I did not think That I had parkinsons. but im not a doctor.. anyway it got to the point that... (24 replies)
... It's like you have to be Sherlock Holmes with this anemia stuff. ... (20 replies)

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