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    Old 10-03-2008, 10:39 AM   #16
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    Hey everyone. Well yesterday was pretty disappointing. After waiting 3 months for an appointment with my neurologist, and planning what I was going to say, I got to his office to see he was running behind schedule. I took 3 hours off work to make this appointment and by the time he ended up seeing me he spent about 5 minutes with me.

    The visit was basically useless. I told him about my increase in symptoms, he did a super quick physical exam testing basic senses, hand eye coordination and ability to walk straight, then said there was nothing he could see wrong with me and it was probably due to anxiety. All he did was schedule another MRI making sure to cover the whole brain even though he also said he was 99% sure it wouldn't find anything, then said he was really busy and that was it!

    Arghhhhh, how annoying. Just because I'm young and look normal, doesn't mean there's nothing wrong with me.

    I've basically split things up into 3 possible categories:

    1. There's something wrong with my brain which is causing it to misinterpret signals coming from my nerves (such as MS or a Chiari malformation)

    2. There's something attacking my nervous system, possibly my own body misinterpreting what needs to be attacked (MS, lyme disease)

    3. My body is unable to repair nerve tissue normally (B12 deficiency)

    I told the doctor my ideas and he basically dismissed them all, except for #1 and since the MRI is clear, I must be fine according to him.

    I have no desire to see that guy again, even though he has good reviews from people. He's just too busy to care. Luckily I'm seeing a new neurologist next week, so hopefully he'll be more receptive.

    I also want to see my GP about getting my B12 levels up. Even if that's not the cause, there's no harm increasing my levels a bit and seeing if that has any impact.

    Very frustrated though, I'm glad we have socialized medicine in Canada cause I haven't had to pay a cent for anything, but this is one of the downsides of it.

    Adrian

     
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    Old 10-03-2008, 10:59 AM   #17
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    Hi Adrian~

    My heart goes out to you, it really does. I can visualize that visit so well when I would see a knew Dr. It really amazes me how insensitive they really can be.

    But the thing that kept me going was the advice of my GP when I started my journey to a diagnosis. He said he believed me, that something was wrong and told me I would have to convince the specialists that there really was something wrong. I asked him how I could manage that and he said "don't give up. Crazy people give up". So, what he was really saying to me was people that are hypocodriacs, after a while, they don't go back for the same thing. They go back with another complaint. I kept his advice inside my head, each and every time I was rejected like you were today. Don't let them get you down. Hang tough

    The 3 catagories that you've put down, the #1, my MRI was read as normal so things can be missed. If its not a common condition, they may not be looking close enough. Just like my chiari. But then the neurologist oppologized when I pointed it out and said he wasn't looking for that. So, just because its "normal" doesn't always mean it. Only someone verse in chiari or is looking for it will recognize it.

    #2 MS and lyme are both very tricky. MS can take a very long time to show itself and Lyme tests can be very innacurate

    #3 B12 defficiency, theres been alot of talk lately here on the boards about low levels that read "normal" actually causing symptoms and using other tests to clarify it. Rainbows end or Scout both might be able to say more on this subject.

    When we tell Dr's what we think may be something to look into, for some reason they don't like that. They would rather a light bulb goes off in their own heads I think they just really need to take the time to listen more. But I doubt we'll see that.

    I hope this next neurologist takes a little more time with you and really listens. But in the meantime, you have us here, for support!!

    Kepp us posted

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    Old 10-03-2008, 12:16 PM   #18
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    hey Adian! this is a longgggg thread!could you update me on your symptoms?

    happy to offer some advice about B12!

    Catch ya later!

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    Old 10-03-2008, 12:53 PM   #19
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    hey Adian! this is a longgggg thread!could you update me on your symptoms?
    Sure, yeah it is a long thread. The main symptom that has been consistently a problem is the "dizziness". Not vertigo, just a feeling of being off balance, accompanied frequently by a light and non-painful feeling of pressure on various parts of my head. Almost like being drunk in some ways, it makes me feel less coordinated, difficult to concentrate.

    Other variable and less annoying symptoms are:
    -numbness/tingling in hands/feet/legs/arms (pins and needles)
    -weakness/shakiness in legs/arms
    -twitching in right hand

    I can also say without much doubt that sitting in front of a computer or TV screen over long stretches (such as a full work week) makes the dizziness worse. As does driving, and drinking alcohol. Whereas staying away from it brings an improvement. But I doubt very much that this is the cause of the issue, most likely it just aggravates it.

     
    Old 10-03-2008, 02:09 PM   #20
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    Hi Adrian! The pins'needles feeling is a classice B12 symptom along with the off-balance,dizziness,weakness.Other symptoms are confusion,cold hands/feet,sometimes a glossy red sore tongue,but some people will have a very pale tongue/gums.Shortness of breath(like you're having asthma) especially after doing tasks...sometimes numbness in arms or legs.less of an appetite....I had a real sensitivity to cold temperatures too and my fine touch was compromised(couldn't hold change in my hands without feeling like it weighed a ton,also some materials,etc. felt "funny" to the touch.

    I have experienced that pressure feeling in my head,but I'm not sure that's due to the low B12.

    You've probably heard that low B12 mimics MS....and that it does!My first doctor was Sure I had MS!

    I had stomach problems,but not too severe.When your B12 is low your acid in your body goes up,because B12 neutralizes the acid.Even if you have a "normal" B12 level you could still be deficient......in Canada your labs are probably different in the way they measure B12...here in the United States they say normal is 200-1100...mine was 222 and they found I had a hidden B12 deficiency,because under 400 points to a problem and many people start getting symptoms.I had every symptom and my doctor said he couldn't find anything besides a low white count and borderline low platelets.

    Do you have any idea what your B12 level is?If you get a B12 test ask your dr. to do the other tests along with that...like homocystein,folic acid and methylmalonic acid.

    Any other questions please ask!

    Nice to meet you!

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    Old 10-03-2008, 02:12 PM   #21
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    almost forgot....my coordination was messed up too!Sometimes it also felt like I wasn't sure what position my arms/legs were in....funny,huh?

    take care! Scout~

     
    Old 10-03-2008, 02:16 PM   #22
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    and another thing......the methylmalonic acid test they did on me was Sky High...which was how the hematologist found out I had an occult(hidden) B12 deficiency.I also had the radioactive Schilling test which ruled out pernicious anemia...which is another type of B12 deficiency.

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    Old 10-03-2008, 02:27 PM   #23
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    Do you have any idea what your B12 level is?If you get a B12 test ask your dr. to do the other tests along with that...like homocystein,folic acid and methylmalonic acid.
    First off I just want to thank everyone for how helpful and kind they've been. Really appreciate it.

    My B12 level was 293 picomoles/Liter. I believe there are two methods for measuring it, pmol/litre and picograms/milliliter. The pmol/litre value is lower than pg/ml for B12.

    I *think* the conversion rate gives me a value of 397pg/ml. So if your measurement was in pg/ml, then it's probably less likely my issue is a result of low B12.

    My test was done in February of this year. I'm going to ask my GP to do more testing next time I see him.

    Adrian

     
    Old 10-04-2008, 04:05 AM   #24
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    First off I just want to thank everyone for how helpful and kind they've been. Really appreciate it.

    My B12 level was 293 picomoles/Liter. I believe there are two methods for measuring it, pmol/litre and picograms/milliliter. The pmol/litre value is lower than pg/ml for B12.

    I *think* the conversion rate gives me a value of 397pg/ml. So if your measurement was in pg/ml, then it's probably less likely my issue is a result of low B12.

    My test was done in February of this year. I'm going to ask my GP to do more testing next time I see him.

    Adrian
    Hi adrian
    I would like to reinterate what scout has said and please ask for those other tests uMMA & Homocysteine they are sooooo important..
    my level got down to 130 before I was taken notice off but I had symptoms at 372 I got sooo bad that i couldnt even stand up with my eyes closed I would simply fall over... I really thought i had Ms too but my nubness was on both sides of my body...If your doc doesnt give you help with theses tests please find another.....because if you are truely deficeint you wont get better until it is treated it is a slow insidious disease but one that can be treated.........I am sorry if I am ranting I am really passionate about B12 as i dont want any one to get to were I was if they dont have too.......
    Take care
    Best wishes to you...

    Ps I too looked just fine until I tried to talk LOL

     
    Old 10-04-2008, 07:56 PM   #25
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    Hi Rainbows End.....that is so nice to know you feel the same way I do about informing other people about low B12 issues.If we help just even one person then it's totally worth it!

    It's such a shame that doctors think patients are fine just because their B12 level is in range...seems like they need to be educated in this matter and I'm sure in a lot of other areas also!

    I have a question for you,here goes....do you ever get acid reflux? I just got my shot on the 29th and it usually takes 3 to 4 days for me to feel the benefits from it.Well yesterday I had acid reflux twice and it was really bad...my throat was burning from it and it was like a hoge mouthful of that acid stuff....yuck!I thought just having my B12 shot would keep that from happening?I've never had acid reflux as bad as that!I was thinking maybe because my dr. made me go 2 months without a shot?I usually get a monthy shot,but he wanted to see how Idid after 2 months...and I thought I was doing fine....Any advice on this I appreciate! Thanks!

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    Old 10-05-2008, 08:44 PM   #26
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    Hi Rainbows End.....that is so nice to know you feel the same way I do about informing other people about low B12 issues.If we help just even one person then it's totally worth it!

    It's such a shame that doctors think patients are fine just because their B12 level is in range...seems like they need to be educated in this matter and I'm sure in a lot of other areas also!

    I have a question for you,here goes....do you ever get acid reflux? I just got my shot on the 29th and it usually takes 3 to 4 days for me to feel the benefits from it.Well yesterday I had acid reflux twice and it was really bad...my throat was burning from it and it was like a hoge mouthful of that acid stuff....yuck!I thought just having my B12 shot would keep that from happening?I've never had acid reflux as bad as that!I was thinking maybe because my dr. made me go 2 months without a shot?I usually get a monthy shot,but he wanted to see how Idid after 2 months...and I thought I was doing fine....Any advice on this I appreciate! Thanks!

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    Hi There scout.
    Lovely to hear from you ...Yes if we can but help only one it is worth it....It is very common to be misdiagnosed isnt it.......I have to say I do not envy the docs they have to know a lot of info about so many things and they rely on tests a lot some are more open than others and have a good ability to listen my doc that I went to only because me normal doc was on holidays suspected it but didnt let on got the results but said he would have treated me any way becuase of my symptoms over the years and nothing else showing up I have had hundreds of tests foe all weird and wonderful things I have alway been low in b12 but within normal so no one thought anything of it, but you see if docs arent educated in it they dont realise any way I dont believe they deliberately ignore it in some way.........And at the end of the day the patient has to really take control themselves and if you dont get the joy from the doc move on is my policy...We are lucky in Aus we can see what ever doctor we like.....

    Scout do know the cause of your deficiency?
    And how long have you been having injections?

    I have 3 per week at 10,000mcg and take subs as well and other supplements as cofactors which really helps....I only ever have Methylcobalamin...... ( I have had Cyano subs I would aviod cyano like the plague I have had Hydroxo that is used as a standard here in Aus for injections ) I only ever truely started to get better on the Methylcobalamin it is the active form of B12 so it doesnt need to be converted.....

    I think the best thing is to keep on top of the symptoms going to long in between invites them to take up residence again this is what my doc thinks when all my symptoms have gone he will reduce to 5000mcg and subs...You have just got to keep it saturated in the system to get that long term healing and this can take a long time...

    With your acid reflux I had lots of indegestion problems including severe pain...Before I was diagnosed with the defiency that was the last symptoms I got all went when I started injections and avioded gluten foods..
    I know some people who take the subs and have tummy problems but it has gotten better when the take them on a full tummmy I dont undersatnd that really as the subs are absorbed through the mucous membranes... You could be right with regards to the length of time you have been between injections you could be going to long so the damage is still occuring because you are not getting enough does that make sense? What about your other symptoms are they better or do they return between injections?

    Lots of docs when treating PA will treat per month or every 3 ect and this is fine it helps the blood and makes the tests normal but thats about it but if you have neurological damage its just not enough...

    You could also have something else going on at the same time completely seperate from the defiency as well....Perhaps speak to your doc about it but beware of antacids as they will cause more B12 problems vicous cycle isnt it....

    I look forward to hearing were your at...... perhaps taking some subs in between could be beneficial if the doc wont give more injections..I can let you know what type if you are interested.......

    Best wishes to you scout
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    Hey scout
    Just had a thought have you been tested for h Pylori (think I have spelt it right) this can cause a deficiency as well as it disturbs the lining of the stomach can cuase heart burn and will need to be treated with anti biotics just an idea....

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    Hi! I loved your posts to me...you know so much about B12....you are amazing!Thanks so much!

    So for me it all started in 1996...I just got really sick after being on an antibiotic called Erythromycin(later I found out that that drug lowers B12).Every dr. I saw said I had anxiety(and I did,because I was sick!).So I was treated with anxiety meds which helped,but I was getting asthma from them and I never had asthma before!).So I went off the meds and decided to get better on my own or die trying(I'm very stubborn!).

    I was doing okay,but the weakness,off balnce and feeling like I was freezing stayed with me.Then a new symptom popped up>seizures<...my doctor thought I had MS.So hence my first encounter with a neurologist.She thought Ms too...so I had a brain MRI and EEG.The MRI showed a mild buging disc in my neck(this was in 1999)so I had 6 weeks of physical therapy for that,but it made me feel even weaker.My family doctor said he couldn't find anything the matter with me.So I decided to go to a hematologist(hoping she's find something wrong with my blood.....I was angry and desperate by now!).

    She said my symptoms pointed to low B12(the pins'needles feeling was really bad in my hands/feet along with the tremendous weakness).So my B12 level came out at 279(normal here is 200-1100).My methylmalonic acid test came out 415(normal here is 90-279).So I was diagnosed with an occult B12 deficiency.I had the radioactive Schilling test,but it came out normal(no problem absorbing the B12).Dr. said she didn't know what caused my B12 deficiency.So I got monthly shots for over a year and then the dr. said I would probably need them 3-4 times a year...so I wouldn't get that low again.

    I went 5 years without shots....mostly because my insurance changed and I couldn't afford them,but I was feeling okay(not great..just okay).Then all the symptoms started coming back with a vengeance.I knew right away what was wrong!The dr. I had seen before was retired so I had to find a new dr. and that was a nightmare!!!!

    I went to a new dr. and he tested Only my B12..it was 374...he said>no B12 problem there!<....he said I had anxiety.So I suffered 24/7 thinking I was just a nut-case.Then I couldn't take it anymore and went to a different dr. several months later.The new dr. tested Only my B12 level>it was 255<..he said>no B12 problem here<...he said I had anxiety(by now I was using a cane to walk,because the pins'n needles was extremely bad plus numbness in hands/feet...I was so dizzy and off-balance,tremendously weak,confused,couldn't hardly hold my urine,gums bleeding,sore tongue,pains in my shins.loss of fine touch(I couldn't count change without my fingers closing up,could barely write.....).So then I went to another dr.....my B12 was 222....well you know what he said.......

    I went to a university neurologist finally...he said>You need B12 shots<...he called my dr. and Told Him To Give Me B12 Shots.So hre I am now...my dr. really doesn't have a clue how to treat me for this so he just gives me monthly shots.....my level has been staying around 374 now(not great but acceptable I guess).I've had monthly shots now since February 2007...so it took quite a while to get my level stabilized,but now my dr. wants to give me the shots every two months.

    I'm not sure,but I think I get methylcobalamin 1,000 mcg(I'll find out when I see my dr. on the 23rd this month for a check-up).

    A lot of my symptoms seemed to get better after about 7-8 shots,but then I'd feel some of the symptoms come back two weeks after my shot.This dr. has Never did any of the other tests that go along with checking the B12.

    My B12 problem seems to be a lovely mystery to my dr.I was thinking of asking him to do a methylmalonic acid test for me(just so I can know for my piece of mind...haha!).

    I saw one of my old neurologists a couple weeks ago...he said my hamstrings are extremely tight...and actually everything was very tight.He wants me to have an EEG and a brain MRI...I also have other things going on...so it's really hard to figure out what's causing what.

    I think the dr. I have now is okay...he's gotten to be much nicer since he knows me a little better,but he told me he's "still learning",because he's onlybeen a dr. for 11 years.....oh well for now I'll keep him,because at least he's trying tohelp me...haha!

    I still have a problem with not being able to tolerate cold temperatures.My biggest problem is I get extreme weakness whenever I have to use my hands a bit too much.

    Hey did you ever hear of "hyperhomocysteinemia"(spelling?)?Ju st wondering,because this other dr. when I told him about my first diagnosis of low B12 put in my records that Iprobably had been treated for that "hyperhomocysteinemia thing"?????

    The only thing I noticed that when I was okay for those 5 years I didn't have any seizures for the first 3 years....do you know if low B12 can cause seizures????

    Anyways my story is a bit on the "mystery-side",but I am so Happy to meet you and I really was so happy to hear all your great knowledge on B12!!!!

    Also I do have some spinal issues which aneurologist said can cause a "complicated B12 deficiency"...so I guess that's what happens to me?....who knows......

    Post back...it's so nice to talk with people here on the boards...it's very helpful(especially because my husband finds it difficult to understand my health issues...but he trys to!).

    I usually post to cindys601...she is like an angel to everyone here!She is so helpful and compassionate and you are also!

    Thank You So much Rainbows End!
    Have a good day!
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    hi Rainbows End! I called the nurse at my drs. office today...she said the B12 shot I get is>cyanocobalamin,1,000 mcg<

    Also my neurologist wants me to take a B12 supplement once a day for two months(low dose 250)and then check my level.What good would that do?

    I looked up homocysteinemia and it's high homocystein levels(that was obvious....haha!).I've Never had a high level homocystein(so I'm kind of upset that other dr. just assumed that I did when he wasn't the one who treated me for my B12 deficiency....so careless for a dr. to put in wrong information about patients).

    Have a good week!

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    My Dear scout

    You are most welcome it is lovely to have you to talk to as well......Yes i think Cindy is lovely I have read her postings she has had arough time lovely she wants to let people know about Chairi.............

    You have certainly been througha lot to havnt you? It can take a long time to be diagnosed.....

    It is interesting that you were able to go 5 years with injections were you taking any sort of vitamins at that time?
    It is I beleive very rare to have seizures with B12 but not impossible...
    Have you ever been checked for celiac I know people who have had seizures from that particularly children.

    Your levels are still very low arent they......I agree taking that amount of supplement 250mcg for a deficeincy is a waste of time it is like I once read this quote "it is like trying to fill an empty pool with a teaspoon of water a day" the sun will just evaporate it and you start all over again however use the tap to fill it it it fills quickly no chance of evaporation I hope this makes sense...I would strongly recommend those Methyl subs at 5000mcg...
    Your injections are not big doses either and I would recommend Methylcobalamin to Cyanocobalamin ( I hope I do not sound really negative just know what has helped me and some others I know of )...The Methyl really helps with the neuro damge really well...
    Also you said you had some spinal issues going on ......If you have and you have aB12 deficeincy it could certainly make your spinal issues worse the methyl would be good in that instance to I would say...I have read lots of articles on its effects on MS too.........

    Look forward to talking soo scout

    Take it easy
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