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I posted some weeks back about my symptoms making my life a misery and B12 testing that came back at 400+ and therefore deemed ok, despite a very high MCH. Further tests were done to rule out other causes, all came back fine thankfully.
In the meantime, in desperation, and thanks to a link I found here, I ordered some injectable B12 and starting following the guidance, injecting myself every other day. The first two made my symptoms worse, then I got slightly better, and for the first time in over 18 months, I felt almost like my old self 2 days after the 6th injection. This was short lasting though as 4 days after my last injection, the symptoms that had miraculously disappeared returned with a vengeance. I have therefore decided to inject again to see if a pattern will confirm the deficiency (to me if not my GP!).
Doing further research though, I cam across a site listing the above drugs as known to deplete B12. This was a complete shock as I have now been prescribed Mometasone for 3 years for my dust mite allergy (the only thing that controls it) which I switched to Beclomethasone (Beconase hayfever) as available over the counter. I use the spray about 3 to 4 times a week now. It was therefore quite a surprise to see the link between the two.
Does anyone know about this?
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