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... Up to that point, I had taken no vitamin supplementation of any kind. ... (14 replies)
... e Schilling test but it was inconclusive so I had to have a bone marrow aspiration test and that is when it was found. Believe me, before 1995 I never heard of a B12 deficiency or pernicious anemia. ... (14 replies)
... I was told by my doctor that my b12 tests came back normal. ... (14 replies)

... e. Try looking up Pernicious Anemia and you will find what a big deal it is. My grandmother died from it back in 1952 and I have permanent damage for lack of it. B12 is for the proper function of your nervous system, if that doesn't run properly the whole program falls apart. ... (14 replies)
... Folic acid. According to www, if we supplement B12 and Folic acid, these nerve problems may be gone in about 12 to 18 months if they are in the initial stages of neuropathy. ... (14 replies)
... I am new to this website. I am going through the strangest episode that I think you may relate to. My older brother has pernicious anemia, which is the B12 deficiency in which one lacks intrinsic factor in the stomach. ... (14 replies)
... Thanks for the response. My B12 level is 159. ... (14 replies)
... Sometimes you may take vit b12, but if you lack interinic factor in your stomach, taking vit b12 may be useless. ... (14 replies)
... I am currently taking 2000 mg's of methyl b12 and a b100 mg complex everyday for nerve damage.. so far i only feel relief in my feet.I have yet to feel any releif in my upper extremeties!! ... (14 replies)
... person giving the test metioned that sometimes a shot of vitamin B12 helps. Has anyone had this shot and it helped their Neuthropy? ... (9 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Pernicious Anemia and polyneuropathy back in 1996 or so. My B12level was 76 and I had irreversible nerve damage do to the length of time I was so deficient. I still have polyneuropathy as a permanent companion. ... (14 replies)
... With a low b12 level like yours, it seems pretty certain your neurological symptoms are from a b12 deficiency. I'm glad you've caught it in time. Best wishes for a speedy recovery. ... (14 replies)
... if you doctor want give you the injections. I know personally that lack of this vitamin will cause nerve problems. ... (14 replies)
... I am posting some extremely helpful information on B12, and I pray that the moderators will allow it. Here is the link..http://brain.***********.net/forums/showthread.php?t=573 The information contained in this link is invaluable. It answers all of your questions plus more. Be sure to keep it for future references. (14 replies)
... m sorry to hear about your pain. I too have some nerve issues from prior B12 deficiency but not as bad as you. ... (2 replies)
... Has you vit B12 level been done ? ... (25 replies)
... The only B vitamin to be carefull of is B6, it can build up in your system and cause nerve damage, there should be enough b6 in a good quality multi b supplement. ... (25 replies)
... a sign of a b12 deficiency, even taken strong statin drugs can cause nerve damage , but don't expect all doc's to agree with that, there are so many reasons for nerve damage its mind boggling, but its unbelievable that well known causes are ignored by lots of medical proffesionals. ... (9 replies)
... In my reaserch I found that B12 defficiency can be cause of Neuropathy symptoms, but is extremly hard to diagnose... and it seems that B vitamin in general is the only altought not prooven treatment for nerve damage, and only when the damage is not permanent. ... (25 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)




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