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Will A Vitamin B12 Deficiency Lead To Low Hemoglobin
B12 deficiency can be due to a lack of absorption or intake from diet. Since B12 is primarily found in animal products (e.g., dairy, egg, meat, etc.) vegetarians are more at risk. A deficiency is suspected when rbcs increase in size (e.g., high MCV and/or MCH in cbc) and can cause megaloblastic anemia. Symptoms can include fatigue and neuropathy. It is best corrected with ...Read more
B12 Deficiency: There are several things that happen with a B12 deficiency including anemia, neuropathies, and non-soecific neurological affects such as fatigue, depression, irritability, and psychosis. You ask an excellent question. Through research, i could not find any whether the neurological symptoms could occur before the anemia. Clinically, patients are diagnosed with B12 deficiency through anemia first. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can vitamin B12 deficiency lead to nasal congestion and blood in the mucus and sometimes from the salivatoo?
Been sick four years .collapsed twenty times. Staph infection, loss of hair , low cortisol .vitamin B12 deficiency , food allergies .feel cold, very ?
See an: infectious disease doctor. Vitamin B12 deficiency is easy to treat. Use sublingual B 12 tabs, not the kind you swallow. If you know what foods you are sensitive to avoid them. Many health issues today are lifestyle related. You can manage a lot of this. Peace and good health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Will a vitamin B12 deficiency keep me from carrying to term? Had 2 miscarriages, pregnant again. 3Rd since September.
Yes: If in pill form you may not be able to absorb it (often the case) thats why we have sublingual and intramuscular forms. ...Read more
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