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Posted 22 Mar 2014 by quinoa2014 • 3 answers
I had heard that spirulina can deplete the Vitamin B12 in your system; and since I recently was told by my doctor that I was low in B12 (this is a 1st in my life), naturally I wondered if there could be a connection since I'd been taking Spirulina for some time.
Posted 30 Apr 2016 by mamaofmag • 0 answers
My b-12 levels have not increased after 4 months of IM inj.'s. Trying to narrow down cause.
Posted 8 Jan 2016 by ritawilliams7 • 0 answers
Posted 10 Mar 2015 by erinblaukowitch • 4 answers
... make my b12 not go up much after 2 months of supplements?
Posted 25 Sep 2014 by cathy423 • 3 answers
... happen. I am not going to get another one - it's been 7 hours. It was more like getting a lollipop from the doctors office. I am now completely freaked out. What can I do? I got the shot this afternoon and am trying not to panic. I usually research stuff carefully and this time I ...
Posted 3 Apr 2015 by juliasheppard • 3 answers
My hair is coming out in clumps & although my meds don't specifically have hair loss as a side effect but if my body can't absorb enough vitamin B12 plus many others can that cause hair loss?
Posted 3 Nov 2014 by zia ur rahman • 2 answers
Posted 7 Sep 2013 by greenup1 • 1 answer
vitamin sold in micrograms not miligrams?
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.
Posted 13 Jun 2014 by Marieflynn • 1 answer
I have monthly hydroxocobalamin shots for PA but would like to self-inject with methylcobalamin to try and counter the effects of increasing neuropathy. Do the two forms work well together?
Posted 7 Jul 2013 by cynthia johnson • 1 answer
Posted 27 Feb 2014 by Ruth McDonald • 1 answer
In patients with the MTHFR mutation require methylcobalamin, rather than cynocoboalamin, due to absorption issues, among other things. Which type of Vitamin B-12 is used in the Folbee medication?
Posted 3 Jun 2013 by periwinkle • 1 answer
Is there a better time of day to take B1,B6 and V12 complex, far from meals, before or after meals, far from other drugs? I am being treated for breast cancer with Paclitaxel for 12 weeks, after AC4 every 3 weeks, and was told to have these vitamins.
Posted 25 Sep 2012 by Numabiena • 1 answer
I live in Thailand and am having trouble finding an english speaking doctor who knows something about this condition. My Vit B 12 levels were 49. Regarding folic acid, I am confused as to how much I should take. My doctor is not interested because I have chosen to take B12 tablets, rather than ...
Vitamin B12 Deficiency - Pre Op blood test <150 PG/ML What is fastest way out of this hole? Lots of?
Posted 11 Sep 2013 by Richardbigr1 • 1 answer
... problems I am 75, feet are numb, lost lots of leg strength,dizziness,tremor in hands,fatigue
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