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Does B12 Suppress Appetite
My Vitamin B12 is 335 pg/mL then it says Low: <146 pg/mL I rarely eat cause I don't have a appetite and at times go up to 4 or 5 days w/o food why?
Anorexia: Appetite is a complex process mediated by the brain, emotions, metabolic needs, health of the gut & surrounding organs. Lack of weight loss would be good news here. I recommend a visit to your doctor to discuss the circumstances that preceded your anorexia & that may contribute to its persistence. Simple testing is appropriate. Of note, your B12 level is normal.
Months lack energy, strength. Feel weak after doing things. Lack appetite. Lot test done. Everything ok. Would a B12 shot help? Or any meds
B12 if deficient: If not deficient in b12, shot won't help. Blood test could confirm if exclude.See 1 more doctor answer
High folic acid 24ng b12 normal having body pain loss of appetite is it due to high folic acid what does it mean high folic may mask haemotoloic effec?
Bad test: Serum folate is a poor test as it does not differentiate from natural beneficial folates versus artificial folic acid. The enzyme that metabolizes synthetic folic acid is a slow enzyme in humans but a fast enzyme in rats, so rat studies cannot be used for human health advice. Basically, unmetabolized folic acid ends up floating around and artificially raising serum levelsSee 1 more doctor answer
Have metabolic induced foot drop (b12 deficiency, from a partial gastrectomy), ideas about recovery time? (b12 is helping, also w sleep & appetite.)
Peripheral Neuropath: You likely have peripheral neuropathy caused by B12 deficiency. This causes death to the axon fibers of the nerve and this can be a long recovery process. It can take up to 24 months for recovery but unfortunately it may not fully recover depending on the extent of initial nerve damage.See 1 more doctor answer
18 mo with decreased appetite, vitamin B12 level at 1569, not sleeping, arm pain, and dizzy spells. What could this all mean?
Chronic ruq pain, pressure, nauseax3 mo. Sle. Gastro is at a loss. Norm us, mri. Little appetite, weight loss. Night sweats. Enzymes norm. Hi b12?
HIDA scan: Major inflammation exists ("strep" throat, hepatitis, cancer, lupus, acute heart attack, etc.), signs and symptoms often include fevers, sweats, chills, fatigue, weight loss, and various muscle aches, pains, and weakness. People with lupus may have problems withliver, pancreas, bile ducts, and gallbladder.Hida scan even if gall bladder normal on us, detects stones not gb function (ruq pain&nausea).
What causes chronic fatigue, nausea, loss of appetite, dizziness, blurred vision and overall achiness. Blood tests. Low vit d/b12, high calcium/pth?
Those things can,,,: All the things you mentioned can give you many of those symptoms. Vit B12 deficiency especially can do it. The high PTH is a concern also as it can mean a possible adenoma, so it would be smart to see your doctor for therapy to correct your deficiencies and find out why the ca/pth is high. Best of luck.
Absolutely!: Ideal b12 levels are above 1500 in blood. Often times I will recommend that people take shots or very high levels of vitamin b12 10, 000 mcg if they are less than 500. It can make a huge difference in energy, sleep, cognition, memory and any nerve problems you may have. You will also want to figure out why you have low b12. It could be due to an autoimmune condition or too low stomach acid.See 2 more doctor answers
Depends: What are you hoping will improve? A lot of people notice improved energy after getting a b12, that's true, but the only people who really need them are those with a deficiency of B12 that cannot be overcome with pills. Sometimes B12 deficiencies can cause nerve problems and other nervous system disease, so B12 shots can help with those.
Yes, but...: "low values for B12 may not be what they appear to be. With that value, get "methyl malonic acid" and "homocysteine" checked. These are more sensitive tests. If both (especially methyl malonic acid) are abnormal, then it is truly low vitamin b12. Treatable, various ways.See 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Chronic myelogeneous leukemia, promyelocytic leukemia, polycythemia vera and also the hypereosinophilic syndrome can result in elevated levels of B12 mostly from increased production of haptocorrin. In addition, because the liver stores b12, liver diseases such as acute hepatitis, cirrhosis, hepatocellular carcinoma and metastatic liver disease can also cause a rise in serum b12.
B12 deficiency: You are at higher risk of B12 deficiency if you: are the age over 45 are a vegan or vegetarian; suffer from digestive problems; take certain diabetes drugs; take acid-blocking medications; are or have ever been anemic;have low stomach acid;drink alcoholic beverages B12 deficiency can be due to low B12 intake (rare) or inability to absorb B12 from foods (common).
Needs evaluation: B12 is not toxic so high B12 due to taking it is not bad. If someone has high B12 without taking it then it can be a sign of serious problems including liver ; kidney disease, myelproliferative disorders including leukemia ; polycythemia vera ; hypereosinophilic syndrome. High B12 does not cause these but caused by them. Further tests are needed to find the underlying cause: http://bit. Ly/1hvpcy7.See 1 more doctor answer
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