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... Just wondering,because that's a definite low B12 symptom...also cold hands.Sorry you are having such a rough time....I have a PPO insurance and it's not that good either...it's a shame that drs. ... (89 replies)
... and my result was 324. That is why the doctor said it is WELL within range! Maybe I can see how much that test is to do it myself. I just hate paying when we pay so much already for the good PPO insurance! ... (89 replies)
... Sadly this is wht so many people go undiagnosed with B12 deficiency is the old way of thinking....... ... (14 replies)

... as yours is, it means that the red blood cells are larger than normal. This is often seen in anemia caused by a vitamin B12 deficiency. ... (89 replies)
... by ME i meant ME! other wise known as chronic fatigue syndrome... its what my doctors put it down to as she couldnt find anything out of range in the basic tests to account for my exhaution. ... (40 replies)
... In any case, I asked him to please do some blood tests to rule out other things and he agreed. I got the results back today and my question is about the vitamin B12 test he did. ... (4 replies)
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... balance probs and while there asked her to do a B12 test and she said that this was not an option. She would have put me forward for one but she said that as my last hgb test was 13. ... (14 replies)
... She says my thyroid hormones are nice and normal and that I should take 1000 IU of Vitamin D and a B12 pill. ... (9 replies)
... Okay...Yes you're B12 level is too low!!!! ... (40 replies)
... Iam sorry but this is incorrect information here you state that B12 deficiency is clearly not her problem......Incorrect there is no B12 or HCY or UMMA results so I dont know how you can say that...... ... (24 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)
... g! I'm not totally siding with your doctor, but if you look at the values you gave for your bloodwork, and you have some medical training, it's easy to see that vitamin B12 deficiency is not your problem. ... (24 replies)
B12 deficiency
Aug 21, 2008
... I'm really sorry to hear of all of your problems with your B12 levels and also with your GP not taking this serious enough. Can you find a new doctor? ... (18 replies)
... I have posted on this forum before regarding my B12 problems. Unfortunately my last post was regarding my concerns of developing B12 issues during my pregnancy and now this is the very situation I am facing. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Shirley.....at least you can see the 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)
... so the fact my B12 and folate are high, would this suggest Iron is high too? ... (4 replies)
... I was recently diagnosed with anemia. I have listed my test results. I don't know if anyone can interpret them to tell me what type of anemia it might be or if its just Iron Deficiency. ... (1 replies)
... I also wanted to say that the only blood test that always comes back CLOSE to out of range is MCV. ... (89 replies)
... Your b12 is well within the normal range, your doctor must be hoping it has a general tonic effect in EB Virus infection, rather than treating a specific B12 deificency. ... (6 replies)


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