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... tingling fingers and toes etc. After a b12 and folate test, the levels were 399 and folate was over 24, which is on the upper level. ... (11 replies)
... am sure that the 2nd Doctor has a suspicion that the 1st dr's diagnosis was not correct. The first time I talked to him about the folic acid, he said "there is B12 that goes along with that". After that, when my level was 399, then 273 7 weeks later, he said that they would not treat a level like that. ... (11 replies)
... Grr, I wish doctors understood optimal vs "within range". I've had my B12 tested twice in the past 6 months, and it was at 385 both times. ... (6 replies)

B12 level is 175
Jan 6, 2008
... t should maintain proper levels. I am just ready to have something done. I'm tired of feeling draggy and I am concerned that I am developing other symptoms ie. tingling in my fingers and forgetting things or loosing my train of thought. I'm in my 40's so it is not a matter of old age. ... (6 replies)
... I have noticed since I stopped taking the B12 last week I've had more of the tingling and numbness return. Have also felt quite stiff in my fingers on one hand. ... (2 replies)
... pped taking a multivitamin a week ago, cause it had idodine in it and was told by endo to avoid iodine as much as possible. And have started two days ago with a b12 vitamin as well as vitamin C. ... (4 replies)
... def. mine started at 155. no signs myself.. but the first signs were the numbness in my toes and tingling in my fingers... you sound like you have been through a lot... ... (13 replies)
... In some countries in Europe and in Japan, a B12 level of under 550 is considered "low".....certainly low enough to cause some people some neurological symptoms.....there are better tests to detect B12 levels. ... (5 replies)
... hree days, the numbness had moved up my arms and within a week and a half my entire body was numb. It took three visits to the doctor before he finally tested my B12 levels. ... (14 replies)
... You may want to add additional folic acid to go with the B-12. The side effects of lack of folic acid are similar to the lack of B-12 assuming that you make intrinsic factor and can store the B-12 properly. (5 replies)
... I have had some tingling in my lips and fingers at times, and I have been really fatigued, although that is also linked with my thyroid disorder. ... (5 replies)
Pernicious anemia
Nov 27, 2004
... Absolutly the tingling in your fingers is from PA. I am on monthly injections right now and it is not enough. ... (5 replies)
... You'll also feel better by getting that B12 up, for sure. Do you have any tingling going on in your fingers? ... (20 replies)
I'm new
Mar 22, 2003
... I'm the hairstylist getting back to you. Like Raymondo says, I also agree, it is highly likely that you may have a B12 deficiency as well as iron anemia. Numbness and tingling in the fingers is not an iron deficiency symptom, that I'm aware of. It is a B12 symptom. ... (4 replies)
... Hi there hoppy...oh that is truly good to hear!Good for you!I have my fingers crossed that your MMA or Homocysteine come out High!!!! ... (7 replies)
... and on the heels. I've had this for several years and didn't connect it with pernicious anemia until now. I think it gets more frequent when I haven't had my B12 shot in a while. The doctor just ran another test to check my B12 levels so that he can adjust the dosage of my shots. ... (24 replies)
... found out i have low b12 levels and just had a shot to raise them ,but my question is by keeping the levels up in the future ,will that reverse any damage done in the past. ... (37 replies)
... today my tongue is really sore again and my fingers are tingling. I just feel so tired! ... (37 replies)
Pernicious anemia
Nov 26, 2004
... Generally anemia does not affect one's ability to become pregnant. The infant will take the nutrients it needs from the mother, however, the ability of the mother to maintain good health will be compromised without adequate medical help. If your symptoms from the anemia are getting worse you would need to see the doctor for another evaluation. I have not personally heard of... (5 replies)
Pernicious anemia
Nov 26, 2004
... I was diagnosed with Pernicious Anemia around 18 months ago, everything is going well and i have B12 injections 4 times a year, however i am starting to feel tired again with tingling sensations in my fingers. ... (5 replies)

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