hi everyone,since i first told of my mothers deficiency, b12 level was 340, and very symptommatic, her doctor didn't agree with me, she refused umma testing, now in 2010, i find out her levels in 2oo9, had dropped to 280, gp giving her oral over counter 1,000 cyano pill, last b12 test showed 1200.. i want her to test her for pernicous anemia....which is what i have..heres where i'm confused, i didn't think oral pill would do any good for P A, since we don't get b12 from our food, how can you get it with pill then???????? GP has done no testing to see whats causing deficiency. I WANT TO KNOW if she has PA, could it be her problem. thank you for your input.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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