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.

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Can you have symtoms of pernicious anemia with a high bB12 blood count? I do not take supplements.

How high? Your blood B12 level is above 250 and your hemoglobin is above 12.0 gm, you need not worry about pernicious anemia. You may consult this site for info: https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/003705.htm. Read more...

Hematocrit normal but got high MCV. Could having pernicious anemia be the cause of my long term panic disorder? B12 produces neurotrans. Through methylat

Possibly. Low B12 leading to pernicious anemia will cause MCV to rise as can folic acid and thryoid disease. Alcohol related blood dyscrasia can elevate MVC, as can other types of liver disease. If you hemaglobin/hematocrit is normal that pretty much rules out pernicious anemia unless very early stages. http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/203858-overview#a0104 Recommend some additional testing. Read more...
Could be. but isn't. a b12 level will confirm that the amount in your system is more than adequate. b12 is in all animal products and is stored for months. Deficiencies occur: in the elderly with very thin absorption areas in the gut that can't get it in. rare parasitic diseases total hardcore Vegans. Read more...

Does pernicious anemia cause high serum b12?

Low vitamin B12. pernicious anemia is a LOW vitamin B12 state. This occurs when the body fails to make enough of a specific protein to enable the body to absorb vitamin B12. This usually occurs when the immune system attacks a specific cell in the stomach that produces the needed protein. Since the body can't absorb vitamin B12 through the stomach it can be given in a shot and even under the tongue. Read more...

I have constant diahrria, high thyroid levels, extremely high gastrin levels, and pernicious anemia, plus my gallbladder removed. What is wrong?

Easy diagnosis but. I do not want to give your disease one label. You could have more than one disease. Pain or heart burn?High thyroid needs treatement. Diarrhoea related to thyroid and/or high gastrin? Gastrin and pernicious anemia could be connected. During gall bladder surgery, what did the surgoen and pathologist report? A cancer doctor could easliy help you, hope that you know answer soon? The sooner, better. Read more...

My MCV is high but hematocrit and homoglobin is good. Pernicious anemia? Also my left sole burns since childhood so maybe its neuropathy due to lowb12?

Many reasons. Macrocytosis can be due to alcoholism, hemolytic anemia (seen in G6PD deficiency, which is exacerbated by certain medications including rifampin), hypothyroidism, or myelodysplastic syndrome. Macrocytic anemia can be due to deficiencies in vitamin B12, its cofactors, or folate (folic acid). You should see your primary physician or a neurologist. Ref: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003648.htm. Read more...
MCV and B12. It is true that B12 deficiency may cause anemia and elev MCV. MAnemia requires that the HCT and HGB are low. So if yours are normal, you do not have anemia. A high MCV can be normal, for you. How high is it? It often means red cells have been recently made. You can measure the B12 level directly in blood tests, so there is no need to use the hemoglobin level. R U still using rifampin? Read more...

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...