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Do i have B12 deficiency.

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 3, 2009
  • 06:52 PM

Hi, I am having problems of memory loss, asthma, digestion problems, hair loss, anal itching in late night and morning and see flash of light flying in front on me. My doctor suggested for B12 and Thyroid test, reports say B12 = 251, T3 = 146, T4 = 9.0 and TSH = 1.88.
I was a non-veg but quit 12 years back and having running nose and very sensitive to cold since that time. My major problem is i forget things ver easily and quickly. Is this due to B12 is so less, is it curable, should i start taking non-veg diet.
Asthma started since 3 years and by Homeopathy it is fully under control and not catching cold very often since that time.
Any suggestions

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  • Hi, I am having problems of memory loss, asthma, digestion problems, hair loss, anal itching in late night and morning and see flash of light flying in front on me. My doctor suggested for B12 and Thyroid test, reports say B12 = 251, T3 = 146, T4 = 9.0 and TSH = 1.88.I was a non-veg but quit 12 years back and having running nose and very sensitive to cold since that time. My major problem is i forget things ver easily and quickly. Is this due to B12 is so less, is it curable, should i start taking non-veg diet. Asthma started since 3 years and by Homeopathy it is fully under control and not catching cold very often since that time.Any suggestions Hi NinNi, In a word YES.Why not come over the the b12 deficiency forum and talk to people who have healed or are healing these kinds of things. Your serum b12 level is low enough to cause you all sorts of severe problems. http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/showthread.php?p=189075#post189075
    Freddd 3576 Replies Flag this Response
  • Having vitamin B12 deficiency means that your body does not have enough of this vitamin. Most people get more than enough B12 from eating meat, eggs, milk, and cheese. Normally, the vitamin is absorbed by your digestive system-your stomach and intestines. Vitamin B12 deficiency anemia usually happens when the digestive system is not able to absorb the vitamin.
    melisadenny 33 Replies Flag this Response
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