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... I know all about what low B12 does to the body...and the's not a pretty picture.Be carful with drinking soda....soda will stop your body from absorbing iron.... ... (12 replies)
... I had numb fingers and toes as well, but it resolved after I got my B12 levels in the 800's and kept them there for a few months. ... (11 replies)
B12 and exercise
Dec 31, 2007
... The other thing to remember is that B12 needs folic acid and potassium and the other B vitamins to be in synch to be properly absorbed. So if you're getting B12 shots but you're low in potassium or other B vitamins, the B12 may not be getting used properly. It has to all be in synch. ... (15 replies)

... Just for you reference, once you start the B12 injections, it does take a few weeks up to a couple of months to start seeing an improvement, and it's like one step forward, one back. ... (16 replies)
... I personally take prescription folic acid and eat lots of bananas with my montly B12 shots. ... (2 replies)
... Many things have to be in balance when you get a B12 deficiency. First of all, did they test your ferritin? ... (3 replies)
... I guess the worst that can happen if for her to say no. I see that my potassium was normal at 4. ... (11 replies)
... Can a low B12 deficiency cause fatigue even if you don't have any anaemia? ... (40 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)
... With a level of 91, it will take awhile for you to feel better. As your body gets the B12 it needs, it uses up iron and potassium and folic acid, so if you suddenly feel worse, you may need to look into those values as well. ... (40 replies)
... I can answer your question about losing B12 with blood loss from a period..It Doesn't Happen! ... (3 replies)
... which if elevated is a B12 deficiency.Also the Homocysteine test which if elevated points to B12 def. also.You can be elevated in one or the other or both...if those ar normal then there's no B12 def. ... (34 replies)
B12 and exercise
Jan 1, 2008
... I thought my potassium might be low due to the leg cramping I was having but it was in the normal range. ... (15 replies)
... I have small little muscle twitches everywhere. It doesn't hurt but is annoying. When I first started getting the B12 shots I noticed that the twitching was alot worse and had to eat at least one banana every day or I went crazy. ... (7 replies)
... dibencozide are easier forms for your body to process. Also, make sure to take a B complex. You don't want your b's otu of balance. And, finally, eating lots of potassium helps your body use the B12. ... (2 replies)
... is better than eating dirt but if it is the only thing I eat, there are not many calories and lettuce and tomatos are just a few minerals and some vitamin c and potassium which leaves out a multitude of other things you need for energy and good health. ... (1 replies)
... they told me to lay still and hold my breath, and I twitched. They are definitely much less than before, but I am so happy to hear about the potassium thing. I'm on Prednisone too, which also can deplete your potassium. ... (7 replies)
... My muscle twitches were related to a low Potassium level and not my B-12. After taking supplimental Potassium, my twitching stopped and didnt return after I stopped taking the pills 6 months later. (7 replies)
... but I have had a sense of muscles just relaxing against my will, dropping things etc. I have had muscle twitches with low potassium levels, so you might want to find out about your potassium while you have your doctor's attention. ... (7 replies)
... I have been on the bananas every now and again, but there are just so many bananas that I can take in a week. however, I reckon the potassium level should not be deficient, which would leave the folate, and possibly the iron, and anything else? ... (8 replies)

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