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What symptoms of pernicious anemia are the most common?

What symptoms of pernicious anemia are the most common?

Fatigue: In pernicious anemia, there is no vitamin B12 absorption which causes low red blood cell production and leads to severe anemia. This causes fatigue most comonly. ...Read more

Pernicious Anemia (Definition)

It is a decline in the amount of red cells in the circulation as a result of impaired production in the bone marrow resulting from a lack of vitamin b12. This is most commonly as a consequence of impaired absorption due to an autoimmune condition affecting the stomach lining. If untreated, it may also lead to brain and spinal cord problems. It is easily ...Read more


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What are the symptoms for pernicious anemia?

What are the symptoms for pernicious anemia?

They can be subtle.: Pernicious anemia is caused by vitamin B12 deficiency. The name refers to the fact that symptoms can come on so slowly that you might not be aware of them. If present, pa can cause fatigue due to anemia, mental changes that can include memory deficits or dementia, or nerve damage that causes numbness in the feet and possible gait disturbances. You can get all of them, or none and have pa. ...Read more

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What are the causes of symptoms in pernicious anemia?

What are the causes of symptoms in pernicious anemia?

Lack of vitamin B12: Pernicious anemia is due to a lack of vitamin b12. B12 is necessary for the normal function of the nervous system and the formation of red blood cells. ...Read more

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Can long untreated pernicious anemia give you the same symptoms of aplastic anemia with out actually having it. ?

PA: Is due to deficiency of B12 and/or folate (folic acid). Anemia is anemia, whatever the cause. If due to folate (folic acid) deficiency B12 must also be given or you will wind up with a nasty compliocation. ...Read more

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What are pernicious anemia symptoms delayed due to high intake of supplements?

What are pernicious anemia symptoms delayed due to high intake of supplements?

Most likely.....: Folic acid, or possibly B12 in the setting of deficient but not completely absent intrinsic factor synthesis. The eqivalent of pernicious anemia can be caused by inadequate B12 intake, inadequate intrinsic factor production by parietal cells (autoimmune destruction, atrophic gastritis, etc.) or inadequate absorption at the terminal ileum (also for many reasons). Some other rare reasons as well. ...Read more

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I have symptoms of severe B12 deficiency/pernicious anemia but also derealization, brain damage, and heart problems could these occur from the B12 def.?

I have symptoms of severe B12 deficiency/pernicious anemia but also derealization, brain damage, and heart problems could these occur from the B12 def.?

Yes except heart: B12 deficiency can cause a variety of neurological symptoms including "derealization"; it can adversely affect brain function but that damage should be reversible. It can cause high homocysteine which increases risk of cardiovascular disease ; anemia puts stress on hearts, but it should not directly cause heart problems i someone your age. See http://bit.Ly/1hlbiaz. ...Read more

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What is pernicious anemia?

What is pernicious anemia?

An autoimmune : Disorder where your body makes antibodies so you can not absorb vitamin B12 so it has to be given by a shot to bypass the stomach and go directly into the bloodstream ...Read more

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What is pernicious anemia?

B12 deficiency: It is an autoimmune disease in which your body develops antibodies against intrinsic factor and gastric parietal cells which are needed to absorb b12, a vital nutrient. These patients will need to get im injections of b 12 lifeterm since they cannot absorb B12 naturally from their diet. ...Read more

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Anemia (Definition)

Anemia refers to any condition where there is a decrease in the red blood cells in the body. There are numerous causes of anemia but they can basically be broken down into 3 categories: decreased production of red blood cells increased destruction of red ...Read more