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Vitamin B12 Severe Aggression In Autistic Children
I have severe vitamin b12, d deficiency and at same time has excess production of sebum on scalp. Is both are related??And any other mineral for it??
Unrelated: There is no direct relationship or association I am aware of between seborrhea (what you have) and B12 deficiecy. You are very young for being so B12 deficient. Do you not like LIVER, SALMON, TROUT, CLAMS, or BEEF? A mineral put into shampoos is selenium but I find that has variable effects. Check with a dermatologist for more information...and fix your B12 status...VERY IMPORTANT! ...Read more
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I was suffering from severe vitamin B12 deficiency until discovered recently. It left me with very weak body. How do I start gaining weight?
Do not worry: B-12 deficiency can be reversed as the levels rise in your body. Your weakness could well be due to the effect on the peripheral nerves, and as things stabilize, you will regain strength. Perhaps get both a dietician and personal trainer involved. Presume you are getting regular injections, but might add the medical food metanx to stabilize a bit faster. ...Read more
Does taking vitamin B12 capsules help in regenerating nerves? I severely damaged my nerves at l5/s1, did disectomy, laminectomy but no improvement seen.
What type of doc should I see for vitamin B12 overdose? Severe hives; taking zyrtec every other day. Jives keep returning.
Not clear: No clear evidence for the causal-effect relationship between the two. PA is an autoimmue-mediated destruction of parietal cells in stomach, resuling in impairmnent of B12 absorption. Certainly it is possible that pernicious anemia may co-exist or exacerbate duodenitis via immune process or loss of balance in duodenal fluid, or anemia. But the causal-effect relationship is not well established. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What are all the causes of moderate macrocytic anemia in elederly other than vitamin B12 and folic acid defficiency. Can severe depression cause that?
Depression>poor eatg: Anemia should not be accepted as an inevitable consequence of aging. A cause is found in approximately 80 percent of elderly patients. The most common causes of anemia in the elderly are chronic disease and iron deficiency. Vitamin B12 deficiency, folate (folic acid) deficiency, gastrointestinal bleeding and myelodysplastic syndrome are among other causes of anemia in the elderly. Serum ferritin is the most us. ...Read more
I am suffering from malabsorption ( iron,vitamin b12, vitamin d deficiency). Bcoz of it i had severe hair loss from 6 months. Is it reversible?
Would vitamin B12 injections help with severe fatigue & brain fog? I've had every possibly test which all was normal other than low blood pressure.
Probably not but...: It is crucial to find and treat the cause. I am sure you have not had every possible test. If you are low in B12 it can help but otherwise may not help much. You may not have adequate thyroid treatment- see http://tinyurl.com/6gvsxqu Low BP is often a sign of adrenal fatigue- see http://www.adrenalfatigue.org/ You might have heavy metal toxicity or chronic infections like Lyme disease.See comment: ...Read more
My age is 23.i m suffering frm thyroid TSH 7.38
Also vitamin D is 9.8,severe joints pain in whole body..
Vitamin B12 is also less.
Doctor has prescribe Anachitol 6 dose per week and Megaremon 8 dose per 3 days..
Also one tablet Newbona active..
GI problem?: Based on the low levels of several vitamins, I would be concerned about some form of malabsorption syndrome. Do you have chronic diarrhea? Pernicious anemia from low B12? Osteomalacia from low Vit D? You probably need to take some levothyroxine (but will you absorb this?). Sounds like your doctor is giving you vitamins, which is good, but what is the cause of all this? ...Read more
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