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... I now have Vitamin B12 Deficiency! ... (5 replies)
... I now have a B12 Deficiency... what would cause this? ... (5 replies)
... Unless you have a horrible diet, B12 deficiency is typically linked to some level of Pernicious Anemia. If it is PN oral B12 will not help. ... (8 replies)

... It sounds to me as if your low B12 is causing your problems. From reading this site, I have come across many people with b12 deficiency symptoms whose levels are in the 300s. ... (9 replies)
... How is the B12 and Folate connected? ... (5 replies)
... gely important thing to do. My vit d was way low a 19, that was terrible. Vit d deficiency can also cause alot of aches and pains . You may want to check out the vitamin d council on the net. The phds and mds that are on the vitd council are world class scientists and affiliated with major universities. ... (57 replies)
... I'm taking sublingual methylcobalamin, and occasionally take a broad B vitamin complex instead, which also has vit C, E. ... (3 replies)
... I can't remember all the details, something about lesions on an MRI that were misinterpreted. At any rate, your B12 is very low, and it will take awhile to get it to where you're feeling better. You might do well to take the sublingual B12 tablets as well. ... (48 replies)
... b12. AND, most doctors are way behind the times in thinking that shots are the only way to raise B12 levels, EVEN in Pernicious Anemia. In daily oral amounts greater than 1000 mcg, some B12 will get absorbed passively, even without IF. ... (21 replies)
... Thank you so much for your response. I was wondering if the B12 you mentioned was sublingual or oral or if it even mattered. How much shoudl I take? ... (9 replies)
... I am on the once a month injections now...I was on once a day, then once a week...Now at the once a month time, my b12 is falling below normal within two days of receiving the shot...I am also taking sublingual b12, but it is not working either...I am at a loss about what to do.. ... (10 replies)
B12 deficient
Dec 9, 2003
... people can raise their levels by eating high b12 foods and taking supplements but if you are one of the people who lack intrinsic factor you can not absorb this vitamin through your stomach, it has to bypass it and that is why we need to take injections along with sublingual tabs. ... (6 replies)
B-12 defficiency
Feb 21, 2004
... I was diagnosed about 8 yrs ago, my B12 level was at 96 and already suffered irreversible nerve damage and some neurological as well. ... (16 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)
... I heard about these new guidelines. Too bad no one told me when I was in the 200's. I was wondering if you take b12 supplements are get IM shots. I am finding even the sublingual b12 is not giving me the same result as when I had an IM shot some time ago. ... (16 replies)
... then your doctor needs to find out why you were B12 deficient. 200 is usually the number that will be treated with IM injections, a therapeutic dose. ... (8 replies)


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