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Vit b12 is helping my numbness - has anyone else tried this
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yannie - January 24

My doctor did a blood test for vit.b12 deficiency and said my test showed normal levels. I was exhausted and had severe numbness in right foot and then both hands developed tingling and numbness. I dropped things, stumbled, and was a real klutz - neuro checks were okay. Then I read a natural health article stating may adults 60 yrs. and older have diminished stores of B12 that cause symptoms of fatigue and numbness. The writer suggested that sublingual Vit. B12 daily is safe and more effective than vitamin tablets. I am amazed how much better I feel taking the sublingual (under the tongue B12). I have more energy and almost all the numbness is gone. Also drinking tea with ginger. B12 is inexpensive - $5.99 for a bottle that gives me 60 doses - purchased at my local pharmacy - some internet sites charge alot more for this product.I wonder if this has helped anyone else with fms - I am always a little paranoid that the symptoms will come back but for now, doing much better.also my brain fog is better - I am focused on details at work - even under stress!

 

yannie - January 24

this is a postscript to my B12 question I just posted but i noted ads for B12 beneath my question. I am not endorsing any brand name product...I saw a show on trivita vitamins and they were more costly than my local health stores.I have to watch my pennies and don't try all the fads - just looking for comments from others who may have tried this - hope there is no misunderstanding that i am promoting a company.

 

Mendyh - February 4

My 20 year old daughter undergoes electro-accupuncture for her Fibromyalgia and along with that, each month the dr. gives her an injection of B12. It seems to help, for a while at least.

 

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