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... he ran all sorts of tests and diagnosed me with pernicious anemia and iron deficiency anemia. I was put on b12 shots, but they made no difference at all. ... (4 replies)
... All iron supplements are different. If the iron is tolerated by you and a good dosage then you should stick with it. Recheck iron stats to be sure that you are responding to the supplements. If not then try something else. ... (3 replies)
... Your symptoms all line up with iron deficiency, but sometimes the two anemias go hand in hand for some strange reason. ... (2 replies)

Triple Whammy
Jun 8, 2005
... Iron deficiency anemia is the result of the Pernicious Anemia. The Hemolytic anemia is being caused by something that is causing your red blood cells to be destroyed before they are supposed to be. ... (7 replies)
... is a measurement of the average size of your RBCs. The MCV is elevated when your RBCs are larger than normal, for example in anemia caused by vitamin B12 deficiency. ... (2 replies)
B 12 questions
Mar 14, 2004
... I don't mind answering. I do have Pernicious anemia. I had a gastric by pass 5 years ago. I have since developed the pernicious anemia with low white blood counts etc. ... (19 replies)
... yanocobalamin is not desirable and you should look at taking sublingual form of the 2 active types of b12 methyl and adeno. Maybe you should also get a test for pernicious anemia before you start supplementing, by testing your intrinsic factor and Parietal Cell antibodies. ... (3 replies)
... Determine whether I have pernicious anemia by doing a blood test for Intrinsic Factor Abs and Parietal Cell Abs. Is this unnecessary? ... (3 replies)
... The most common cause is Iron deficiency, cuased by a lack of certain foods. Are you a vegitarian? ... (1 replies)
... So, you are both B12 and iron deficient. No wonder you feel so bad. ... (8 replies)
... Read all the information you can find on here about Pernicious Anemia. It is not the same as iron deficiency anemia. Ask you doctor to test for it, if you think you may have that type of anemia. Good luck! ... (24 replies)
... looks a little low it might be malabsorption. You can also have IDA iron deficiency anemia and PA pernicious anemia at the same time. Do you have heavy periods at all? ... (2 replies)
... and I'm also taking B12 vitamins, as well as iron supplements. I have pernicious anemia, and iron deficiency. I suspect I've had this for a long time. I'm really wondering if I'm the only anemic out there who has the numb hands. ... (24 replies)
... I've been treated with everything under the sun, iron and thyroid and antidepressants and proton pump inhibitors... they all made things better for a little while, but worse in the long run. ... (6 replies)
... be donating anymore blood for awhile until I get handle on this problem. I don't even give every time I"m eligible however, at my last donation in February my iron was low on the finger stick done on my right finger but was okay at the minimum level allowed on a repeat test on my left finger. ... (13 replies)

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