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Posted by Lisa on September 27, 2000 at 15:05:16:

In Reply to: Re:Nancy H. in March pernicious anemia posted by roberta on September 24, 2000 at 20:22:13:


: Lisa,

: I saw the ear specialist and I don't have vertigo or any vestibular disorder. I guess these crazy falling sensations and this offbalanceness is from the pernicious anemia. Do you know anyone who has pernicious anemia and carried a baby to full term and had a healthy baby. I am beginning to wonder if that is possible now that I have pernicious anemia. I read a story from someone on here a while ago that breast fed her baby and she had pernicious anemia and now her son has brain damage because he wasn't getting enough vitamins. If you have time, Let me know if you have any ideas or any advice.

: Thanks,
: Roberta

Hi Roberta,
We can have healthy pregnancies, but first it is important to PLAN and make sure that all of your levels are high and healthy and that you continue to get treatment and blood tests during pregnancy. Make sure your OB/GYN is aware of your condition.

Did the doctors ascertain the origin of the B-12? What is causing it?

Take care,
Lisa


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