I don't know what to think anymore.
Because my sister was diagnosed with pernicious anemia at age 21 and my mother had a goiter, I feel that my problems could be from either.
Last year my blood results were:
RBC 4.14 (4.20 - 6.10)
MCV 96.5 (80 - 99)
MCH 32.6 (27 - 31)
MPV 10.6 (7.4 -10.4)
I just read that a methylmalonic acid test was more accurate, so I asked my doctor for the test. My results are:
RBC 4.3 (3.60 - 5.01)
MCV 95 (80 - 99)
MCH 32 (27 - 32)
WBC 4.4 (4. - 11.)
Methylmalonic acid test - normal
So, my question is, if my MMA test is normal, is it still possible to have a B12 problem?
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