Can I drink green tea having diagnosed with vitamin B12 deficiency?

Yes. But by all means continue what is likely to be lifetime treatment for B12 deficiency. If you have pernicious anemia, monthly injections will safe your health and life. If you are a vegetarian, please learn how to supplement to protect your health. If you have B12 deficiency from some other cause, it's likely to be a lifetime management issue. You deserve to enjoy your tea. Stay pro-active.

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I have just been diagnosed with vitamin B12 Deficiency. I'm now getting injections 1 every week for 5 weeks then 1 every 3 months. Its for life to?

Yes. This is for keeps unless it turns out you have one of the rare causes of reversible malabsorption. Be thankful. In the Bad Old Days, B12 deficiency guaranteed a slow, miserable, suffocating death from anemia, with only the brain damage perhaps making it more bearable. I cannot overemphasize the seriousness of complying with your injections, and how glad I am this was caught early. Read more...

If 35 yr women having vitamin B12 deficiency how we can treat it?

Depends. Many have B12 deficiency from pernicious anemia. This leads to a decrease in the body's ability to absorb B12 through the GI tract. B12 injections are the best initial treatment. Some patients with pernicious anemia are able to keep their B12 levels up with oral supplements. However, if levels are already low, i'd recommend starting B12 injections and testing for pernicious anemia. Read more...

My age 26, I have vitamin B12 deficiency, I was adviced to take methycobal tablets, are they fine?

Yes. But you need to find out why you are deficient in B12 in the first place. Are you a vegan or gluten intolerant? Read more...
Reason for low B12? Age 26 to have B12 deficiency? Have you investigated the reason? That, to me, is just as important a question to ask as the treatment. Do you have celiac disease, crohn's, severe gastritis, gastric ulcer disease? Methylcobal is fine. I'm an injector biased type of doc but very potent oral forms are said to be equivalent. http://www.methylcobalamininfo.com/methylcobalamin-vs-cyanocobalamin/. Read more...

My age 26, I have vitamin B12 deficiency, can I take 1000 mcg vitamin B12 supplement?

Are you vegan? How do you know you have a deficiency? If your doctor diagnosed, what did the doctor recommend? Why aren't you following that recommendation? Don't overthink it. If you self-diagnosed, the dosage of 1000 mcg is extremely high and unnecessary. I am more concerned why someone your age has such a critical deficiency. Don't overdoes and waste your money. Read more...

What doctor treats vitamin b12 deficiency?

Few of them ! Family Doctor General Physician Haematologist Gastroenterologist It depends on the severity, the cause, the complications of the deficiency, and the accessibility to health services. Read more...
Methylated B12. is more bio-available, easier to absorb, than B 12. Taking a SUBLINGUAL B 12 that melts under the tongue can be used if your doc is ok w/that. Your primary care doc is someone who can help. Peace and good health. Read more...
Any one. Any primary care doctor can treat B12 deficiency. It used to be treated with injections but now can often be managed with or or sublingual B12. Levels need to be monitored by the doctor so see one right away if you have this condition. Read more...

Does vitamin B12 deficiency cause brain and nerve problems?

Yes. In the early 19th century, scientists noted weakness and numbness with B12 deficiency. Recently, B12 has been shown to upregulate neurotrophic factors (chemicals [cytokines] that help nerve cells grow) & downregulate neurotoxic factors (chemicals that break down nerve cells). In other words, B12 helps nerve cells grow and prevents their destruction by naturally occurring brain chemicals. Read more...

Why does vitamin B12 deficiency cause neurological symptoms?

Required by nerves. This co-factor is needed by the nerves to stay healthy. Each nerve cell has a self repair system that relies on a variety of nutrients in our diet to provide the needed material to keep the walls intact and the cell working. Lack of B12 eventually causes that repair system to start breaking down and nerve cells malfunction or degenerate, leading to neurologic symptoms. Read more...
Vitamin b. A lack of vitamin B12 can lead to nerve damage as it is needed for proper nerve function. This can lead to sensations of numbness and tingling, occurring anywhere in body, most commonly hands and feet. Grasping objects, walking, and maintaining balance may become challenging due to loss of sensation. Adding foods high in B12 may be all you need, if severe deficient may need shots. Hope helps. Read more...