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... just interesting as I hadn't been diagnosed with Hasimoto's at this time. Range for TSH has changed since then. ... (21 replies)
... I hope no one minds if I listen in. Not many doctors would be willing to hear about symptoms with a B12 in range but I have read that in Japan, they like the number to be over 500. ... (89 replies)
... Managing to stay on top of things with multiple medical issues can be challenging. Many of us start out with high expectations, only to end up disillusioned. As much as we'd like to rely on our doctors for all of our healthcare needs, we have to do our part. ... (89 replies)

... Since the concern was high iron and high Transferrin and low UIBC and low TIBC numbers look better, although I know most people on the anemia board are trying to go in the other direction. ... (21 replies)
... Hello RainbowsEnd....love talking with you about our B12 issues! ... (89 replies)
... Sadly this is wht so many people go undiagnosed with B12 deficiency is the old way of thinking....... ... (14 replies)
... e neurologist...that's great!Okay tell him you want an MMA test,Homocysteine test and Folic Acid test...if the MMA or Homocysteine are elevated you have a hidden B12 deficiency....the folic acid might be low or high. ... (40 replies)
... B12 deficiency and that they said they had the same symptoms as you and their B12 level was almost the same as yours is now....that might help.Just say they had a high MMA level...sometimes you have to use "psychology"on the drs. ... (40 replies)
... My ionized calcium has been high on all four occasions I have had it tested. 1.35, 1.35, 1.41, 1. ... (89 replies)
... Folic Acid, B12, B6, and C, which will all help you with raising your counts and absorption of iron. Your doctor can write you a script for a prenatal vitamin containing these or you can go to a good natural health foods store and purchase a really good B Complex. ... (4 replies)
... Now if they had checked her "folate" that comes under folic acid and even if that's a good number you can still be B12 deficient.My old hematologist said there's so much folate in all foods now that it actually "masks" the B12... ... (34 replies)
... s not much B12 in vegetarian food. ... (4 replies)
... vit d3 were high in range, but i do supplement all of these with vitamins. ... (4 replies)
... I took Vitamin D 50,000IU twice weekly but my calcium level went too high so I was switched to 5000IU D3 daily. I started taking 5mg sublingual B12 and managed to get that number up to 504 briefly. ... (10 replies)
... ie high calcium, high cholesterol, shortness of breath with exertion, heart palpitations, inappropriate sinus tachycardia, horrible hip pain..... ... (10 replies)
... My thyroid's been tested multiple times over the years and is apparently okay, but I have doubts, as the UK range for normal is incredibly generous. One of my longest standing problems is feeling cold and poor thermoregulation, which is a very classic symptom! ... (3 replies)
... I just wanted to wade in on the B12 topic. ... (34 replies)
... can be unreliable and it is hard to exclude B12 deficiency based on their results. Some labs have a high end of the reference range of 0. ... (8 replies)
Mma and ferritin
Nov 10, 2008
... What is the reference range for your MMA? ... (5 replies)
... Have you had your B12 checked? ... (4 replies)


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