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Can vitamin B12 deficiency cause migraines?
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Dr. Scott Bolhack
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In brief: B12
B12 deficiency is associated with neuropathies and non-specific neurological symptoms such as irritability, fatigue, depression, and psychosis.
It is not associated with migraine headaches, per se.

In brief: B12
B12 deficiency is associated with neuropathies and non-specific neurological symptoms such as irritability, fatigue, depression, and psychosis.
It is not associated with migraine headaches, per se.
Dr. Scott Bolhack
Dr. Scott Bolhack
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In brief: Not directly
It is interesting that i see a lot of B12 deficiency in people with migraines.
At the same time, i see a lot of B12 deficiency in general.

In brief: Not directly
It is interesting that i see a lot of B12 deficiency in people with migraines.
At the same time, i see a lot of B12 deficiency in general.
Dr. William Shaffer
Dr. William Shaffer
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