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... Ever since I was a baby, my hemoglobin has been slightly low. My mom was told to increase my iron rich foods. However, out of all 8 of her children, I was the only one with this issue. ... (6 replies)
... I have been searching for years for someone who shares a story similar to my own. I have been on the internet for some years, just going through story after story. ... (0 replies)
... I am a 41 year old female and for the past few months I have been suffering from severe anxiety and depression. ... (8 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)
... Thank you so much for your response. ... (5 replies)
... My doctor was useless it was a locum who referred me for all these tests. I ended up with a neurologist who took whole medical history and referred for chronic fatigue tests, b12 tests and mri , still waiting to see whether lasting damage has been done. ... (8 replies)
... Ok, so here's the deal. Once you start getting your B12 shots, your serum will be higher, but it doesn't mean you don't need the shots. All it means is that you've got it in your system. ... (1 replies)
... yroid etc etc,my dr had previously on 4 occassions sent me home saying i was to healthy looking its nothing.My dr had my results 2 weeks, didnt contact me and my iron stores were 4, I am told that normal is 22 to 220. ... (0 replies)
... You poor thing. I've only been experiencing my symptoms for 6 months. ... (6 replies)
... normal level. I'm taking 5000iu currently and will be tested later in the year to see if I've gone up anymore. Unless you are out in the sun for hours and hours, you don't absorb that much D and if you are severely deficient, you'll need a high dose supplement. ... (6 replies)
... OH my dear Irisheyes. I sooo know how you feel! I suffer myself from pernicious anemia and my b12 got down to 24! I have researched Soooooo much that my head is filled with B12 o mania! ... (48 replies)
... Your anemia is not unexplained. ... (4 replies)
... ly no difference in the symptoms which is what your doctor was trying to tell you. However, the reasons are more complicated as to what makes each one. Hemolytic anemia is caused by the red blood cells being destroyed sooner than they are supposed to be and putting too much stress on your bone marrow to make new cells. ... (17 replies)
... I'm new to this board and I was wondering if someone can answer some questions for me. I feel really bad and I'm confused after reading some of the threads on here. ... (2 replies)
... My OB found I was severely anemic at my first prenatal appointment last year. So much so that she thought I had been anemic for some time and just had no reason to be tested for it until then. ... (0 replies)
... it is very important for you to supplement your body and get injections of B12 often. Stomach acid is one of the major requirements for absorbing these two vitamins and with your surgery bypassing the stomach you are narrowing this process. ... (5 replies)
... ing your neurological problems. The brusing is also most likely due to the B12 deficiency, as well as the weight loss and the other symptoms you mentioned. You need many injections of B12, not just a few and most of the time once a month is not enough in the beginning. How low was your B12 level? ... (10 replies)
... You should also have tests for pernicious anemia, which if positive means you will need to get B12 the rest of your life via injection or oral supplement. Your stomach is no longer able to extract B12 from your food when you have pernicious anemia. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you so much for taking out the time to respond. ... (5 replies)
Chronic Anemia?
May 18, 2006
... Chronic anemia is a serious problem so you shouldn't let it go on any longer. ... (7 replies)




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