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Vitamin B12 level high
Is vit b12 level at 892 pg/ml too high for a pregnant woman at week 27? Just did a blood sample test and found that it's above the range of 197-771pg/ml
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No need to worry, that is ok
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Vitamin B12 is a water soluble vitamin which usually gets washed away from the body before causing toxicity Anyways the levels are marginally high
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It is due to extra suppliment you are taking in your pregnancy..you just have to stop B12 suppliment s and keep calm just Relax.
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Its norm. Dnt worry
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No it is not.. don't take any extra supplements for vit b12.
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Need more details about your condition, kindly go for a consultation
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