Vitamin B12 deficiency causes reversible megaloblastic anemia, demyelinating disease, or both. Current assays have insufficient sensitivity and specificity; methylmalonic acid levels are useful to confirm diagnosis. Parenteral or high-dose oral vitamin B12 is effective therapy.
It doesn't help when doctors with god complex syndrome think they know better than those they are treating. That's iodine and B12 deficiency i have found that are making people sick. 2 easy to reverse causes. But oh no, lets keep making people suffer. Why should i waste my time sifting out "shitty" research when health care *cough* SICK care is based on it.
Carbonyl Iron vs. Ferrous Iron: If you have certain forms of anemia associated with vitamin B12 deficiency (i.e. pernicious anemia), the Folic acid contained in Ferralet® 90 is not enough to treat your condition. Doses of more than 0.1 mg Folic acid per day can hide the symptoms of these anemias, so your doctor must rule them out before prescribing this product.
Ok so I used to take B12 injections, and I would feel high as a kite. The nurse said if you have that feeling you are most likely suffer from pernicious anemia. Well after seeing this video, makes so much sense as to why my gallbladder is so jacked up.