Vitamin B12. True pernicious anemia is due to a lack of absorption of vitamin b 12 from your gastrointestinal tract. The treatment would be vitamin B12 injections given by your doctor. Sometimes large doses of oral vitamin b12, 1 to 2 mg daily can also help replenish your levels of vitamin b12.Your doctor can help decide which approach is best for you.
Vitamin B12. Since pernicious anemia is a disorder of the absorption of vitamin B12 because the stomach cannot create intrinsic factor-something that is needed for the absorption of b12, the vitamin B12 must be given by injection intramuscularly usually once a month.
B12 replacement. Pernicious anemia can not be cured but all symptoms can be treated with B12 replacement by injections or nasal sprays.
Vitamin B 12. Preferable in injections, or nasal spray or sublingual. New studies suggest that oral intake in pill for could be also good if used in high dosis (epocrates). Diagmosis has to be confirmed.
Low vitamin B12. Pernicious anemia is a condition in which the body is unable to absorb vitamin B12 through the stomach due to loss of a protein called intrinsic factor in the stomach. Treatment invovles replacing b! 2 through injections or nasal sprays- taking oral pills is ineffective.
Classical. Pernicious anemia (b12 deficiency) occurs when a cofactor in the stomach, intrinsic factor, does not do its job. If is needed for B12 absorption.
Treatment. Pernicious anemia is the result of loss of B12 in your system. It can result from severe dietary restrictions, genetic or bowel disorders, bowel resections and bariatric surgery. You must be treated for the cause and the effects of B12 deficiency, which should prevent anemia and neurologic damage from these problems. A simple blood test for B12 level is available.
I have Graves' disease, vitiligo and pernicious anemia. What is the best diet to follow in order to prevent any more autoimmune diseases? Sandy.
No great way. However I would consider getting your vitamin D3 level to the higher normal range since vitamin D3 is considered an immune regulator. I don't know if this would work but it would not likely cause any harm. The only way to find out is to get tested. Unfortunately, when you have one autoimmune problem you are more likely to have another presumably due to impaired immune regulation.
"B12" is. Poorly absorbed in pernicious anemia, and is perfectly "natural" as it is a vitamin. The problem is it may not be taken up by the body, so other interventions are needed.
B12 replacement. Vitamin B12 replacement is done by either injections or nasal sprays- both are equally effective... Vitmian B12 pills do not work in pernicious anemia usually.
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