When your body not getting enough vitamin b12, the following signs, and symptoms you will get. The deficiency of this vitamin may arise many health issues for you.
Extreme B12 deficiency can cause memory loss, anemia, stroke, and depression. This video contains 8 important symptoms that will help you get diagnosed it at the early stage.
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THIS IS ACTUALLY EXTREMELY IMPORTANT. my boyfriend's wife DIED from this. It causes all sorts of complications, and eventually shuts your body down because of a complete lack of oxygen. Your blood needs it to work properly. Your body DOESN'T produce it. The ONLY way you get B12 is from certain foods, the vitamin, and shots, but ONLY once it's found, and doctors don't really look for this until all other things have been exhausted. It took 6 YEARS to figure out, and she did start getting shots, but her body still rejected it, so she died. Look up the foods that have it, and take the vitamin. If you are having problems like this, ask your doctor to test for this. It's a simple blood test
Melissa Haynes I hope her doc had told you all you and she needs to know about it. Please, do not take this lightly. My boyfriend's wife DIED from this. Your body does not produce B12 and the only way you absorb it is through foods that have it, the vitamin, and shots. Your blood lacks oxygen without it, and everything eventually shuts down, and causes much more than mood swings. Eat the foods, take the vitamin. I'm glad your mom knows what it is. It took 6 years for his wife's doc to find out, and it was too late.
Got my first b12 injection today need 5 in the next 10 days. Had loads of these syntoms. Tired. headaches. legs were awful plus pins and k needles in hands and feet. I honestly thought there was something really wrong .I'm 34 healthy otherwise can't help but wonder how it happened
After taking meds for acid reflux for many years, I developed pernicious anemia (B12). The body requires a certain amount of stomach acid to aid in digestion of all food, especially meats, which contain a higher level of B-vitamins. Since I was reducing my acid levels, my body wasn’t absorbing the needed nutrients. You may check with your doctor about the use of certain meds and how it effects the absorption of needed nutrients.
jack su fingers crossed for you.. 💟 look up the right b12 supplements to take make it part of your daily routine. I also started drinking apple cider vinegar every day have seen huge change in digestive system plus energy cheak it out huge health benefits to it..
shameem farooqui it is much more than that. B12 cannot be produced in your body. You ONLY get it from certain foods, the vitamin, and shots when it is dire. My boyfriend's wife DIED from lack of B12, which ended up causing all sorts of problems and wore her body out. Your blood needs oxygen, and B12 is how your blood gets it.
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