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Do you want to know more about Vitamin B12 deficiency?

Are you confused about diagnosis?

What can you expect in terms of treatment?

It’s one of the most misunderstood conditions worldwide.

People think B12 deficiency is rare and only affects women over 60.

But it’s actually very common, affects all ages and both sexes.

B12 injections are required to treat vitamin B12 deficiency when you cannot absorb this complex vitamin from food.

The What To Do Next page is a step by step guide from diagnosis to treatment.



So why is Vitamin B12 so important?

Vitamin B12 is vital for helping your body to work properly – and deficiency causes problems for young and old, men and women and can have an effect on all body systems.

This particular vitamin is involved in the production of red blood cells: it helps maintain a healthy nervous system, and plays a role in converting food to energy. It also helps your body synthesise fatty acids and regulates your mood.

Without Vitamin B12, cells cannot multiply properly.

Without Vitamin B12, there’s a risk of permanent nerve and brain damage.

Without Vitamin B12, babies can experience problems with feeding and growth.

Being deficient in Vitamin B12 can have lasting effects on your body, your mind and your appetite for life.

Incorrect treatment with oral B12 instead of vital B12 injections can lead to irreversable damage. 

Everyone makes better choices when they have the right information.

You’re in the right place. We’ve gathered together everything you need to know about Vitamin B12 deficiency so that you can educate yourself about this condition. It will help you ask your doctor the right questions, stay up to date, read the latest research and take action.

It relates to you, wherever you are in the world. It’s free, accessible and readily available to anyone who has an interest. And I have more than just an interest. Find out why I set the site up in About Me.

Simply watching the first 5 minutes of this documentary film will make it clear just how serious B12 deficiency is and how misdiagnosis can occur. 



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Common problems that patients face;


Many with this condition feel they have no alternative but to resort to self treatment. They purchase their injectable B12 from the many countries where it is legally sold over the counter. Faced with doctors who refuse to treat patients adequately, self injecting is often the only route to health. If we could buy injectable B12 over the counter in the UK it would change lives, please sign the petition below.





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