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... lasting B12 deficiency can actually be the cause of chronic anxiety in a lot of people. ... (2 replies)
... :wave: Hi. Thanks for pulling up my post. I know this somewhat long, but please take the time to read it. This is my story. My dad passed away of skin cancer 16 years ago when I was seventeen. Ever since his passing, I have been a hypochondriac and a constant worrier. I have suffered severely with anxiety and stress, physically and emotionally. With family support and a... (2 replies)
... how about checking vitamin B12 levels? ... (18 replies)

... in fact i dont have anemia. My iron is low, probably because of that time of the month. But its not that low to be causing my problems. I'm thinking magnesium or vitamin D deficiency but I'm losing hope on that too. I dont want to think that it's neurological but unfortunately I'm starting to believe so. ... (18 replies)
... well, some people say 361 is far from optimal. did they check homocysteine? better test for B12 (and folate) deficiency. but I just reread your first post you say your hemoglobin was 130?? you are right that's definitely not anemic. also, how was your MCV? anyway I hope you can figure out the cause of this issue. (18 replies)
... n the lower end of course. Mostly now what I get are headaches, paresthesia of face, fatigue, stomach aches and random twitching. I'm pretty sure that I'm low in vitamin d as well. I'm thinking of getting it checked but my doctor doesn't seem concerned. "everyone is low on vitamin d in Canada..." EMG was normal. ... (18 replies)
... any chance vitamin D deficiency could have caused the calcium issues? ... (18 replies)
... it is hard to get enough vitamin D from diet. ... (18 replies)
... I'm really not sure if Vitamin D was tested, but it shouldn't have been an issue. My diet covers that pretty well. ... (18 replies)
... to this point, so it was weird that I had a b12 deficiency, but was told sometimes gastric bypass patients don't absorb the sublinguals. It was deemed that the deficiency was related to the gastric bypass and I never questioned that. ... (6 replies)
B12
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)
... An Increased MCV with an increased RDW could mean a B12 and or Folate Deficiency. Both would explain the brain fog. You may need prescription folic acid and B12 shots. You should ask to have your B12 and Folic Acid levels checked. They just changed the standards. Used to be 180 B12 or less was ok, now they regocnize that some folks require higher levels to be healthy. My... (4 replies)


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