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Vitamin B12 - will the pain caused by 28 years of damage ever go away?

Posted 20 Apr 2013 by dansr3955 3 answers

(hand arm leg neck) nerve damage. Upper middle and lower back pain (muscular) Can not run without my whole body going into lockdown. I have to stop to grab onto something so I dont fall.Its like all my muscles get this electric shock and they tighten up. Just want to know if there is a light at the ...

What causes overactive salivation?

Posted 8 May 2013 by 3A3B3C 1 answer

I am 66 yrs old I take tamoxifen 20mg per day I take zopiclone 3.5mg a couple of times a week I take vitamin B12 750mg every day I drink at least 8 glasses of water every day I have just in the last 5 mos. gotten off of risperdone

Would taking folic acid stop a B12 deficiency from showing up on a blood test?

Posted 19 Dec 2014 by Leapea 2 answers

I'm sure I've read this somewhere but I can't find it now. It's pretty urgent, so any help would be appreciated.

What does high level of red blood cells mean?

Posted 8 Aug 2017 by ald67 2 answers

My red blood cell count was high after my labs yesterday. B-12 and folic acid were mentioned so I'm going in for more labs tomorrow. What is the cure for this?

Is there a link between exposure to cyanide salt and pernicious aneamia?

Posted 26 Aug 2012 by nobbyclark8 1 answer

can cyanide salt inhilation cause vitamin b12 deficiency

I am 63, was diagnosed with pernicious anemia 22 years ago, and now, this year, an exam shows that?

Posted 8 Oct 2010 by donnasantaclara 1 answer

... my stomach lining cells are completely atrophied. I have no hydrochloric acid, which means flora bacteria overgrows, which causes malabsorption and diarrhea, and it appears I may have lost the ability to have normal formed stools because all I have had now for the last at least 6 months is ...

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