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Vitamin B12 and vitamin D deficiency
Hi, i have vitamin B12 deficiency, could you please let me know to which doctor i have to meet to get proper medication. I have vitamin B12 - 44 Vitamin D - 21.5 What tablets i have to use to rectify this deficiency.
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It is important to treat the cause of low levels of vitamin. Taking supplements is not a solution. You can consult me at practo for proper guidance and Homoeopathic treatment.
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A serum B12 above 300 pg/mL is interpreted as normal. Patients with b12 levels between 200 and 300 pg/mL are considered borderline, and further enzymatic testing may be helpful in diagnosis. (especially vitamin B12 deficiency) as a cause of fever, hemolytic anemia, and thrombocytopenia are very rare.
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U should consult any qualified physician,
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massage with olive oil or Almonds oil at morning .take sprouted seeds and seasonal vegetables and fruits
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Hello Vit B12 & Vit D deficiency can be due to many reasons including- poor nutritional intake, poor absorption & assimilation by the intestines, Elimination of nutrition in stool, or due to some underlying condition like Liver dysfunction.Taking a supplement cannot help you, if your underlying pathology is not treated.I would suggest Homoeopathy medicines for complete recovery as Homoeopathy medicines treats the root cause. To know more & for any other concern you can call us or visit our clinic.
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You can meet any general physical and take proper supplements for it.
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Hello sir, Needs proper history and clinical discussion, please consult directly on my whats app http://tiny.cc/2ulckz *You can have chat, audio or video call discussion*
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take proper knowledge about this first
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Hello , your Vit B 12 & Vit D are very very low , specially Vit B 12 is very low ... you need to see a general physician ..you have a option of taking tablets / injections depending if you are facing any problems like weakness , body pain , hair loss . You can consult on chat also and we can send you prescription of medicines .
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Don’t rely only on food ..Start medicines as soon possible .
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Never leave your Vit B12 & Vit D on lower range ..start treatment
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U can consult general medicine physician The body gets vitamin D through sun exposure and foods such as: Soy products like tofu and soy chunks, mushrooms, oranges (Most fruits lack vitamin D with the exception of oranges.), Opt for alternative milk like soy. Fatty fish, like tuna, mackerel, and salmon, Beef liver, Cheese, egg yolks
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