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B12 nerve repair
Aug 10, 2007
... Hi, it seems that B12 can lead to many different issues. ... (7 replies)
B12 nerve repair
Jul 9, 2007
... ity wiped me out. I felt short of breath and like my heart was going way too fast. So my doctor ran a bunch of tests and the one thing that came back was a low B12 serum, 184. ... (7 replies)
B12 nerve repair
Jul 16, 2007
... I don't think so, I had a blood test for the celiac markers which cam e back negative. I had thought it was a while ago, but my gastro says it's IBS. I also have divertuculosis which has flared a few times. I am wondering if I should ask for an endoscopy to see if I have atrophic gastritis. (7 replies)

B12 nerve repair
Jul 15, 2007
... Could very well be Celiac (7 replies)
B12 nerve repair
Jul 11, 2007
... Thanks for the tip! (7 replies)
B12 nerve repair
Jul 11, 2007
... LJ, You can find a lot of information about B-12 on the Anemia message board. I was just diagnosed with low B-12 and have spent hours there reading about people's experiences. (7 replies)
B12 nerve repair
Jul 11, 2007
... Thanks for your reply. I will try to exercise more patience. From what I have read it seems like the level must have been low for a long time to create neurlogical symptoms, so I guess I can't expect to feel better that quickly. I also will pursue the neurologist, I had been thinking it wasn't worth the trouble but maybe it will give some more info. (7 replies)
B12 nerve repair
Jul 11, 2007
... lj, It can take month to get B-12 levels back to normal.It can take many months for nerves to heal. For why your B-12 levels dropped they may never figure that out. Seeing a neuro and having him/her run some additional test may give you some answers on what nerves may be damaged and a neuro can rule out other disorders that may cause the b-12 to drop. (7 replies)
... Hi, all peripheral nerves do have the ability to repair themselves once whatever has been assaulting them has ceased. ... (2 replies)
Vitamin b-6
Jan 29, 2010
... Laurie, Aussie and I were speaking of B6, and he was explaining to me that it can cause greater nerve damage, but it has to be a greater amount than what I'm taking. ... (24 replies)
... Dear Aussie: My blood sugars are so well controlled that if they were any better, I would be considered hypoglycemic instead of hyperglycemic. My A1Cs are 5.9 which is practically unheard of in diabetics. I do not have type II diabetes, I have type I. Meaning, that I am pretty unstable, yet I have kept such good control, remember that I am an RN, they are now skeptical... (14 replies)
... If your nerve problems are caused by diabetes as he thinks then keeping your blood sugars as close to normal ranges as possible can help the nerves repair over time, it is a very slow process though but well worth the effort in the long run. ... (14 replies)
B12 Deficiency
Jun 17, 2008
... B12 is certainly not the answer for everyone with PN, simply because of the hundreds of reasons for nerve damage, but a real good one to rule out. ... (10 replies)
Vitamin B12
May 15, 2008
... I know other idiopathic PNer's that claim that their PN has improved over time in various degrees by taking B12 Methylcobalamin supplementation and others haven't been so lucky, so i really do think it's an individual thing. ... (2 replies)
... mount of damage to the nerves the repairing time can vary greatly, peripheral nerves have the ability to regenerate once whatever is assaulting them ceases, they repair very slowly though. ... (9 replies)
... all of them..B1, B2, B3, B6, B12 etc. ... (5 replies)
Vitamin b-6
Jan 28, 2010
... I do not find that part of the conversation, and I am interested too in repairing nerve damage. Has someone had sucess with that? ... (24 replies)
... is essential for nerve health so taking 1 to 5 mg daily of the form of b12 methylcobalamin is a good idea. ... (5 replies)
... so if the b12 methyl is available it is a much better option, at least 1 mg a day. ... (4 replies)
... cyancobalamin version does not. Some people just do not absorb b12 properly, as essential as it is, so by taking the methyl version, you ensure your body gets what it needs. ... (1 replies)

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