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... to the toilet that several times, I thought I was going to pass out sitting on the bowl. My doctor advised me to take baby "mylicon drops" for the gas. That is Pernicious Anemia! ... (6 replies)
Pernicious Anemia
Jun 14, 2012
... I've been diagnosed with Pernicious anemia through blood testing. I also have collagenous colitis. 50 yr. old male. Doc started me on oral B12 since I don't do well with shots. ... (2 replies)
... Has anyone had luck using a sublingual B12 supplement to treat their pernicious anemia? ... (5 replies)

... Hi! Never done a forum before but need some answers. I recently was diagnosed with atrophic gastritis and pernicious anemia. ... (4 replies)
... could i have per. anemia if i am obviously absorbing the B12 because my levels were abnormally high after taking the suppliment? ... (0 replies)
... Hey, I have been on medication for pernicious anemia for a while now. ... (5 replies)
... see the pharmacist at Pathmark which told me that Caltrate is not a good source of calcium to take and Citrical can be more readily absorbed with people who have pernicious anemia. I am forever indebted to your good faith of helping me. Thank you so much. ... (6 replies)
... If you can't get often enough injections, consider sublingual methylcobalamin and/or the other good types (adenosylcobalamin, aka dibencozide; or hydroxocobalamin which gets converted into those 2 usable types). Do a google search for info on "nerve regeneration" and methylcobalamin. It is the type used by the nerves and in the brain. Adenosyl-B12 is used at the cellular... (5 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)
Pernicious Anemia
Jun 15, 2012
... The problem is that you cannot absorb it. People with this type of anemia lack the enzyme to absorb the b12. ... (2 replies)
... Could I have that Pernicious anemia? ... (5 replies)
... en the B12 test was done. It would be high if measured soon after an injection. It should be measured again if you have had no B12 for 3 months. You can also get sublingual B12 tablets over the counter that absorb thru your mouth and bypass your stomach, taken daily. ... (2 replies)
... If you have pernicious anemia, your stomach almost certainly doesnt produce enough acid to adsorb caltrate. ... (6 replies)
... Hi. I am 34 and have been diagnosed with pernicious anemia too. I had levels of 220. I was in a bad way. Lots of symptoms you have. It took almost a year to between blood work and shots to feel better. ... (4 replies)
... passing the stomach. Will this be effective in treating Pernicious Anemia? ... (1 replies)
... There are several different types. I have Pernicious Anemia which is an autoimmune disease that is causes the lack of the specific intrinsic factor in the stomach. ... (7 replies)
... The standard protocol that I'm familiar with for pernicious anemia and low B12 is B12 injections and sublingual, because true pernicious anemia means the person can't absorb it in the gut in great enough amounts to sustain what the organs need. ... (7 replies)
B 12 Anemia
Aug 27, 2007
... Hi, Melissa. I am by no means an expert on B12 anemia (pernicious anemia), but I was diagnosed with B12 deficiency seven weeks ago and have been getting cyano B12 injections since. I tried the sublingual methyl B12 tablets but I didnít think they helped me at all, so I stopped taking them. Iím not sure what you mean by your red blood cell count being within normal limits, but... (7 replies)
... he basically said that I have mild iron deficiency anemia and that at my hemoglobin level of 9.4, I shouldn't even have any symptoms. I was so upset and told him that having a 9. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you so much for taking out the time to respond. :) Who should be testing me for PA and/or other anemias? Should I go to a hematologist? 2) Would a GI doctor be the best specialist to help me determine GI causes? (5 replies)


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