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B12 deficiency  AND high heart beat
Patient B12 is 163 She had 5 shots of injection of B12 and also having B12 medicine Metobal SL and other multi vitamins of D3, calcium Treatment is going on from last 15 days. Her resting r heart beat is usually high around 110-130 Dr said moment B12 comes to normal , heart beat will be stable. ECG is normal. Cardiologist suggested medicine tab propranolol 10 mg for heart beat for 15 days . We have a fear do we take propranolol or wait for B12 to reach.
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Good afternoon A fast heart rate may be a symptom of vitamin B12 deficiency. The heart beat may start faster to make up for the reducing number of RBCs in the body. Includes variety of protein foods such as lean meat, eggs, seafood, peas , lentils, nuts and seeds and soy products. Fish and red meat are excellent sources of vitamin B12 poultry and eggs also contain vitamin B12. Curd, buttermilk and other fermented products like idli, dosa add in diet.
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Gud evening pls try to connect physician for tht.
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For supplement better to discuss over consultation as this is a general part we cannot give any supplement and medication here
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