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... ve read here about some people supplementing their shots with sublingual B12. I just finished one week of daily injections, and my next injection is not for another week. ... (2 replies)
... Has anyone had luck using a sublingual B12 supplement to treat their pernicious anemia? ... (5 replies)
... i think they usualy give you a couple of injections to get things off to a good start, then continue you on oral or sublingual B12 for life as maintainance therapy. ... (5 replies)

... Sublingual B12 didn't help me! ... (5 replies)
... How is the B12 and Folate connected? ... (5 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)
B 12 Anemia
Aug 27, 2007
... but I was diagnosed with B12 deficiency seven weeks ago and have been getting cyano B12 injections since. ... (7 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)
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. I don't feel any difference in symptoms. Doc now wants an EGD? ... (2 replies)
... Hi John, I know a lot about Perniciious Anemia + had a special test done that confirmed that I had it by my gastro. She said that I have to treat my stomach as it I were an infant as it is working hard to digest my food. She also said that I could take B12 supplement until I'm blue in the face + my body wouldn't absorb the extra supplements! I take the chewable Caltrate... (6 replies)
... deficiency can cause a type of anemia that is characterized by fewer but larger red blood cells. ... (16 replies)
... Do try the sublingual vitamins, and you should try to get either Methylcobalamin or Dibencozide. ... (12 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)
... I agree that you probably don't want to stop the B12 altogether. ... (1 replies)
... I have a different form of anemia, hemolytic anemia, but it affects my B12 levels. I need shots to get my levels up. Your numbers are concerning, especially since you have numbness. ... (11 replies)
... My first question is, could the high gastrin level be from the pernicious anemia and has anyone ever had a level that high? ... (4 replies)
... John, Thank you for mentioning the absorbtion of the Caltrate as I started to think about what you had written to me and it prompted me to 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.... (6 replies)
Normal B12 level
Mar 16, 2011
... If you are concerned, taking a 2000mcg sublingual B12 tablet every day can keep your levels topped up nice n high, and they arnt especialy expensive. ... (4 replies)
... from my B12 injections and the sublingual B12 tablets I take. The first year was the worst. My dermatologist had me taking a low dose antibiotic to keep the breakouts under control. ... (7 replies)
... You have what appears to be B12 deficiency anemia, which of course is a lack of B12 in the bloodstream. Both my parents have had bouts with anemia and so it was only natural that I would too. ... (4 replies)


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