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... Get lab work done, see how your blood ount, iron and B12 are. ... (7 replies)
... Last October, I was experiencing extreme fatigue combined with numbess in my hands and toes, and random bursts of irritability. After a blood test, they realized my B12 was low and my iron levels were also slightly low as well. ... (0 replies)
... I think the malabsorption associated with celiac has probably affected iron absorption for a long time and has now improved considerably. ... (21 replies)

... s good you are getting treated, but continue to be aware of the possibility that some GI disorder is causing the deficiencies. Heavy cycles can be a cause of iron deficiency, and your doctor probably suspects that is the case. ... (8 replies)
... Ok, this is getting frustrating. I've been reading alot about iron and b12 and cannot seem to find a good menu. For b12 only it might be a little easier. But, for iron absorption so many things make it so you can't absorb it. ... (6 replies)
... chills, sensitivity to temps, cold hands and feet, chronic fatigue. ... (2 replies)
... August, and in the past 2 weeks I've started going back to the old symptoms...but I'm keeping up the same regimen. I've actually upped my B12 to around 3000 mcg a day. ... (7 replies)
... Is he taking iron and B12 yet? ... (4 replies)
... I was chuckling when I read ChristineVa's 'globus' comment. I felt I had a lump in my throat years ago, that "choking senation" and found the term "globus hystericus" during one of my frenzied medical internet searches. ... (9 replies)
... My serum iron remained abnormally high for the next 14 years until I received phlebotomy treatment for hemochromatosis in 2007. ... (21 replies)
... conditions. At one time, many years ago, the palms of my hands turned orange, and I rushed to the doctor. ... (21 replies)
... I was on hydroxo jabs every three months in the UK and would start to get tired after two months. ... (7 replies)
... If you have pernicious anemia, you should be getting the injections, as you can't absorb much B12 through your gut. You also may have a folic acid deficiency, and if you do, the B12 won't last in your system. ... (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)
... Actualy, oral B12 is used to treat pernicious anaemia in many parts of the world, for example Sweden If taken in mega doses ( Say 2000mcg per day) the body does adsorb the 2mcg it needs via passive difusion (7 replies)
... Have you ever measured the antibodies before taking selenium and after? ... (21 replies)
... Also, my doctor just said to take an iron pill. Go to the store and get one. Really? ... (6 replies)
... The B12 would not be the cause. ... (6 replies)
... lightheaded my hemaglobin was 11 when this started and my ferritin was 13 and my b12 220.. I stopped all excercise for 8 months, cut sugar and caffiene, took vitamins including iron and b12 injections and yes this has brought my hemaglobin up to 13.7 and my ferritin to 56 and my b12 to over 1400.. ... (7 replies)
Iron Deficiency
Nov 29, 2012
... First of all your ferritin is pretty low. That number itself takes months to go up especially if you are taking oral iron. ... (1 replies)




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