Is it possible to have a b12 deficiency
Is it possible to have a b12 deficiency if my b12 showed up “normal” on a blood test?
Theoretically, if I have the MFTHR genetic mutation, could that b12 not be absorbing properly?
Been having lots of neurological symptoms for months. I’ve seen 13 doctors and nutritionists. My current nutritionist I just started working with is suggesting I may not be methylating my b12, causing “electricity” shocks in my fingers and feet. She thinks I may have mthfr.
Only other things showing in labs are severe adrenal fatigue, high copper from the htma, selenium and vitamin a deficiency, and low b5. I have so much info about myself now but I still feel I have no answers to why the neurological symptoms??? Very lost. So tired of being 27 and feeling 80. Please help!
Symptoms are numbness, tingling, electricity fingers, “vibration” feeling in my feet, fatigue, hair loss, sometimes dizziness as I stand up, sit down.
I had a positive ANA, have been tested doe lupus and thyroid antibodies were all negative. I’ve had a normal MRI as well.