My doctor saw my test results uMMA and my CBC which my MCV bordering high and did not try to help my B12 issues

by Sharyl
(Madisonville, TN)

My CBC test showed that my MCV was high normal, 99.1. My urine test, uMMA is 1.8 which is considered high per the organix test.

I have pernicious amenia in my family and I have neuro damage (tremors) and extreme fatigue. Heart issues too.

What can I do? I can't find any doctor in my area that professes knowledge on B12 deficiency.
I need to be well armed with the correct information before I "pick" a doctor on the internet. I am new to this state and don't have any real contacts yet.

Again, What can I do?

Comments for My doctor saw my test results uMMA and my CBC which my MCV bordering high and did not try to help my B12 issues

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Why not just take B12
by: Kerri Knox, RN

If you 'think' that you have Vitamin B12 Deficiency, why do you need to be 'armed' with anything or go to your doctor for something? It's nice to have your doctor informed of your condition, but you do not need a doctor to help you in order to treat your Vitamin B12 Deficiency. Please read my page on Vitamin B12 Deficiency Treatment and my page on Mental Changes from Vitamin B12 Deficiency.


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