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B12 Protocol

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  • Posted By: Jmoore
  • March 15, 2011
  • 11:50 PM

I am posting for a second time - sorry if there are duplicate posts. I have been on the B12 protocol for 6 weeks. I have been supplementing with Methyl B12 1000mcg SQ/weekly, Methyl B12 SL (5000X4) and Ad B12 SL (3000X 2) and using all the basics. I have experienced great improvement, but still have problems with paresthesia in feet/hands at night, swallowing issues, and intermittent brain fog. Any suggestions on what I should add or increase?

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  • I am posting for a second time - sorry if there are duplicate posts. I have been on the B12 protocol for 6 weeks. I have been supplementing with Methyl B12 1000mcg SQ/weekly, Methyl B12 SL (5000X4) and Ad B12 SL (3000X 2) and using all the basics. I have experienced great improvement, but still have problems with paresthesia in feet/hands at night, swallowing issues, and intermittent brain fog. Any suggestions on what I should add or increase?Hi Jmoore,I would suggest that you post it on the b12 forum I have posted here where lots of people will see it and respond to it. It takes about 10 posts to get done with the moderators. They have gotten really slow lately. Putting it in the ongoing thread will get answers that starting a new thread won't.http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/showthread.php?p=273405#post273405And first, read the BASICS at http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/showthread.php?t=62327. Take them to heart. Then let's discuss your situation. Perhaps you could start with giving all the symptoms of yours that match the ones on the symptoms list and a separate listing of those you have that do not show up on the list. Please don't intermix them as it is easier to understand if they are separate. Knowing that will enable you to get better quality assistance.
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