Unsure about a b12 deficiency?

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by cristine04, Jun 10, 2003.

  1. cristine04

    cristine04 New Member

    Hey everyone,

    Just wanted to share something I recently learned. If your intake of folic acid is at or above normal this could cancel out a B12 deficiency from presenting in your blood work. And for many of us, a lack of b12 does manifest itself in some capacity.

    I've read about a lot of people having positive experiences regarding b12 and I'd like to learn more before I jump in. So please, share!

    Best to you all-
  2. jedinvest

    jedinvest New Member

    I have found B12 the single most effective remedy. I cannot imagine a better way to take it than the 5-mg tablets offered by ImmuneSupport.com.

    Possibly you need to be on it for a month to start seeing the effects. Thereafter, it should be obvious if you stop taking it for more than 1-3 days.

    I am speaking from personal experience with CFS and I am curious what others have found.
  3. tansy

    tansy New Member


    I too use Immune Support's sub lingual methylcolbalamin 5mg.
    I'm sure it helps and it did take a bit of time before I was convinced. this form is said to detoxify the brain, felt I needed that.


  4. Applyn59

    Applyn59 New Member

    I just recently bought the sublingual b1 1ooo mg.
    Is the 5000 too much to take?

    What are your ratios of the other b's?
    I take a multivitamin with B's/