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... give the thighs a rest. I've had no problem getting the syringes at the pharmacy and the nurse showed hubby how to do it one time and he has no problem doing it for me. The nasal stuff didn't keep my B12 up so I had to go back on the injections after a month, but it may work for you if you can't do the self inject. ... (5 replies)
... tomach every few weeks. I thought that any nurse could show you how to the injection. The nurse at my doctor's office showed me how, and the doctor wrote out the prescription for the b12 and the needles. ... (5 replies)
... My parents, having had 8 kids were not able to take us to the doctor, so I was never followed up with a pediatrician other than just getting vaccines for school. All ailments were treated at home unless an ER visit was necessary. ... (6 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 have posted on this forum before regarding my B12 problems. Unfortunately my last post was regarding my concerns of developing B12 issues during my pregnancy and now this is the very situation I am facing. ... (0 replies)
... doctor's have always said the B12 was normal and no treatment was necessary. ... (2 replies)
... I understand that vitamin B12 deficiency is a lot more common in the elderly. ... (10 replies)
B12 378
Jul 29, 2010
... you could be me three years ago. I was at 360, and I had all the symptoms. Luckily my dr starting giving me B12 injections and prescription folic acid, and it helped. ... (4 replies)
... There is now a B12 nose spray that might work for you. I was told about it recently. I think its called Nascobal. It's a prescription and is taken 1x a month instead of a shot. might be worth looking into. ... (5 replies)
... There have been some investigations, although the GP doesn't always tell me what's being tested, only that the tests are normal! I know that I've been tested for rheumatoid arthritis, celiac disease and OVP. ... (3 replies)
... I now have a B12 Deficiency... what would cause this? ... (5 replies)
... Many thanks for your more than helpful reply to my last post, which is very much appreciated!! ... (21 replies)
... Thank you so much for taking out the time to respond. ... (5 replies)
... plus I'm b12 and vitamin D deficient. ... (2 replies)
... It will take awhile for your body to reverse the damage. I will tell you that 6 months after having normal B12 levels, my numbness and tingling disappeared, but I saw improvement in 2 months, but it was like one day better, next day worse. ... (37 replies)
Reflux and anemia?
Apr 20, 2004
... If so, he may also be suffering from B12 deficiency caused anemia. ... (7 replies)
... I agree with the tried and true method that if you have a very low level like the posters here mention, especially with the severe symptoms, you must have the injections to do well, and get better quickly. ... (57 replies)
... Thank you so much for the detailed info...I have copied it for my personal use, and will refer back to it when I can. ... (89 replies)
... I thank you for your post, but I am familiar with many of the things you and the other posters have mentioned..... ... (40 replies)
New lab work
Jan 21, 2009
... bsorption relates to the removal of your stomach i'm not even sure what suggestions to make. They are already giving you a heap of vitamin D, which is necessary for so many areas of health. You also need it to help absorb calcium. ... (7 replies)


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