Pernicious anemia.

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Hi all. I have been having B12 injections and taking folate for more than 10/12years. Injection every 3months and 1folate tab every day. 2weeks and 2weeks after my injection I have felt like I was hit by a train. After I could run a marathon as I am 52 but generally active. The last 2 months I have had none stop fuzzy headachs pins and needles in my hands face and feet. Worse in the morning. My fingers are stiff and hert when I bend them. Can anyone show some light on possible cause of this problem. Or as anyone had same discomfort. Many thanks. A

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    Pins/needles in hands and feet could be thyroid issues.  Maybe get that checked.

    Every couple of months I have a day where I feel like I have been hit by a train...usually only lasts a day.

    Not sure if any relation to B12/folate possibly something else.  

    I have Herpes virus and have seen posts about adnenal fatigue which causes similar exausted feelings.

    Good luck

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      Hi debbyog. I have a full blood count done every 6 months were they check for thyroid, kidnys, liver, ect. The way I am now started on waking 2months ago every day. The testing are so slow. Had a full blood count done 2weekes ago. Went to get results. Get what? they just vanished. Had to have them done again yesterday. Waiting results a week. Hope you feel better soon. A
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    how's your ferritin and vit d levels 

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      Hi Jazzyanne. My ferritin are being checked so is my d levels. But my calcium level they say is borderline. Just had fill blood count done yesterday. So we will see the results. ? Thank you for your help. A
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