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... Your labs look really good. Optimal are the numbers that you want to shoot for and you are there! Congrats! ... (4 replies)
... Firstly let me say you are very welcome here your info is very valuable in the mix and it is grand that you are passionate about making others aware of Lymes well done ......It gets hard when so many things can have the same symptoms...... ... (40 replies)
... I am feeling slightly better. I just quit taking my PPI and have started Apple Cider Vinegar instead. Hoping it will work and keep my shortness of breath away. Maybe I can start to absorb more iron. ... (4 replies)

... and am taking a handful of vitamins and supplements. I am ready to feel better. Do you think when I get my ferritin up more I will? ... (4 replies)
... My friends all ride around with the windows down and I'm all the time complaining it's to cold even when it's pretty nice outside. ... (7 replies)
... Rileyroe is right -- Prenious anemia test is a good place to start. Another thing not mentioned is medication-- If you are taking a PPI (Proton Pump inhibitor) like Prilosec, Nexium, Prevacid or Aciphix to reduce stomach acid for throat problem it can inhibit the absorption of vitamin B-12. That may be why the B 12 is not increasing with treatmen?? I wish you... (10 replies)
... low rbc, hematocrit, hemoglobin. He's on an immunesuppressant 6mp for ulcerative colitis for a number of years. Understandably also had off liver function tests and low wbc but his gastro was never concerned. Never the low red blood count though. Recently his gastro put him on a ppi for what he thought was reflux. ... (1 replies)
... pylori, bacterial overgrowth, transcobalamin II deficiency, inborn error of B12 metabolism. ... (1 replies)
... Flflowergirl, I have read alot too about the PPI's causing this. I was taking Pepcid for over a year which is an H2 not a PPI but still I think you are right about there being a connection. And strangely, since I have been eating meat I have not had heartburn. ... (48 replies)
... es for ages, but they really got out of hand a few months ago. TMI, but I had diarrhea for weeks that eventually resulted in a lower GI bleed. I went to the ER and my bloodwork came back with smaller than normal hemoglobin and a count of 104. I was told probably IBS and sent home. ... (4 replies)
... Well I dont think a glass of wine on your day off would cause B12 deficiency I think this only applies to one who drinks a lot everyday consistently.. ... (89 replies)
... Hi, 3 years ago I was feeling low and went to my doctor my b12 level was 120, I got one injection and it shot up to about 600. I thought no more about it. ... (1 replies)
... were prescribed by my hematologist and I picked them up at the pharmacy counter not OTC so they both came with the normal instruction sheet that you get with a prescription medicine. ... (7 replies)
... B12 deficiency can be caused for a variety of reasons---not just autoimmune perncious anemia. Other causes of B12 deficiency can be from the following: diet, specific drugs (PPI, H-2 blockers, alcohol abuse, nitrous oxide, antacids, metformin, etc.), You may want to get tested for Celiac disease (this also runs ion families), this can cause malabsorption of iron and... (16 replies)
... two years back, then taken off them more than a year ago because of concerns over side effects. The GE did just put me back on them, but only about a week ago, and told me to take a daily multivitamin while I am on the PPI. ... (4 replies)
... Celiac disease PA, Crohn's disease, H.pylori, bacterial overgrowth of the small bowel, transcobalamin II deficiency, inborn error of B12 metabolism, infection and gastritis. ... (22 replies)
... If you are taking subs, does a blood test accurately show if you are getting the B12 into your tissues where it is needed? ... (8 replies)
... and some do, but many tend to listen only to their doctor because they know more than me, of course! It helps to have positive information and reinforcements on the board. ... (34 replies)
... I am new here and hoping for some advice. I have been in menopause since age 51. ... (8 replies)
... No, neither a PPI or folic acid will make the blood levels of folic acid read higher than they actualy are. ... (1 replies)

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