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... ance, I started going to the doctor to figure out why I was not able to get pregnant, why I was so moody, etc. Years and years of testing and being passed along from doctor to doctor resulted in feeling as though I was a hypochondriac! ... (6 replies)
... Hi and welcome to the board....those are all symptoms of b12 deficiency yes and at 405 I'd say you were borderline and could definitely be symptomatic... ... (2 replies)
... o into a room, I will go to the room, and forget what I am there to get, it is driving me crazy!!! I never used to be like that. There are times I get so tired from just walking up the stairs, sometimes my heart will beat really fast after I walk up the stairs too. It doesn't happen all of the time ... ... (57 replies)

... Given these symptoms, could my apparently normal B12 level of 405 be deceptive and the symptoms I am experiencing be attributable to B12? ... (2 replies)
... and they could fix it..but trust me, because I can tell you from my personal experiences, that once they can get the medecine right, everything gets better. ... (6 replies)
B12 deficiency
Jan 25, 2008
... I would like to ask if anyone has had the same thing that I am having from my GP? ... (18 replies)
Apr 2, 2013
... Hi All I was wondering how many people suffer from twitches and electrical impulses running up and down their legs all day and pulsing in the thighs I was just diagnosed with border line b12 deficiency ,my levels are 156 normal borderline is 150, my vitamin d is low at 47 normal over 50,my ferritin was 19 the lowest normal level is 30, my hemogloblin is normal My legs feel... (0 replies)
... Can initial B12 treatment make symptoms worse for a while? ... (3 replies)
... Vitamin B12 is normal at 361. ... (18 replies)
... well, some people say 361 is far from optimal. did they check homocysteine? ... (18 replies)
... lasting B12 deficiency can actually be the cause of chronic anxiety in a lot of people. ... (2 replies)
... I remember my hematologist saying that a healthy B12 level should be above 450...we never discused ferritin...and I don't know what mine was at that time.My ferritin was 11 in sept.'05..... ... (10 replies)
... Hi Hope someone can help me with thid i had b12 test and iron studies done results serum iron,6 normal is (10 to 33) transferrin IBC 71normal is(45-750) transferrin saturation 9% Normal(16-20) serum ferritinassay23ug/L Normal (15 -290 my hemoglobin levels are 130G/L normal 115-160) My full blood count is normal (5 replies)
... so much that I worried I had some other disease. It took weeks for it to go away after my B12 levels had come up. You may need shots more often. Press them to test your levels again. ... (8 replies)
Jul 7, 2006
... I have a B12 defieciency... ... (3 replies)
... and I'm on 10mg of Pred, which is keeping my hemoglobin up. I'm tapering down from a month of 40mg, which was no picnic. ... (116 replies)
... Did they tell you what your B12 level was? ... (1 replies)
... ut it will be interesting to see if it is.I know that most hematologists say blood levels usually only need to be checked at 4 month maybe you're B12 stores are still adequate now,but will change for the worse if you don't continue the subs.How long were you off the subs before your test? ... (7 replies)
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... treat my candida with anti fungals only to fail because I react to badly to them. I get so sick its just too much and it goes on for months were as the "die off" from killing the bacteria that causes candida should only last a few weeks at best. ... (6 replies)

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