Is deficiency of vitamin B12 affects metabolism and if yes then how it affects?

B12 Deficiency. A deficiency of vitamin B12 can lead to vitamin B12 deficiency anemia. A mild deficiency may cause only mild, if any, symptoms. But as the anemia worsens it may causes symptoms such as: weakness, tiredness or light-headedness rapid heartbeat and breathing, pale skin, sore tongue, easy bruising or bleeding, including bleeding gums, stomach upset and weight loss, diarrhea or constipation, .

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I m 20 yr old and from india. Can deficiency of vitamin B12 & D3 cause seizures? And how to treat with deficiency of vitamins?

No. It is extremely unlikely that you could type a question or navigate an internet medicine app if you had B12 deficiency severe enough to provoke seizures. B12 supplementation is easy--eat animal protein at least once a day, or take a multivitamin daily. The multivitamin would also likely meet your vit d daily requirement; if not, work with your doctor to correct this deficiency. Good luck! Read more...
Fix all issues. Seizure meds can interfere with vit d (and folate) metabolism. Seizures can come from many causes and are often easy to control with meds. You definately want to 'dial in' good numbers on the B12 and vit d and keep your serum level of B12 above 350 and the vit d 25-oh level above 30 and below 100. Read more...