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Jittery and Vitamin B12 Deficiency

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0.07% of the posts that mention Vitamin B12 Deficiency also mention Jittery (24 posts)

Jittery

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(Feeling jittery)
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Vitamin B12 Deficiency

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Pathomorphology: A spongiform state of neural tissue along with edema of fibers and deficiency of tissue. The myelin decays, along with axial fiber. In later phases, fibric Sclerosis (medicine) of nervous tissues occurs. Those changes apply to dorsal parts of the spinal cord and to pyramidal t... Read more on Wikipedia

Top Treating Medications

Hydroxocobalamin
Lozenges
Liquid B12

Top Treating Vitamins and Supplements

Vitamin B-12
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What patients are saying about Jittery and Vitamin B12 Deficiency

24 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
because I eat a vegan diet. But I feel like b12 deficiency...
...reason though... I do take a b12 supplement daily already, because I eat a vegan diet. But I feel like b12 deficiency is something not a lot ...to the heavily anxious, shaking, jittery, I nee...
of it each morning (which is a teaspoon of the liquid B12...
...LOW B12 can increase the risk of neural tube defects just like low B9 (folic acid) can. And it is a water soluble vitamin (all B vitamins are) so you just pee out what you dont use, you cant overdo...
off.  I get jittery, shake, bloat, headaches, and anger,...
No.  I'm being treated for b12 deficiency, severe.  PMDD and my hormones ...way off.  I get jittery, shake, bloat, headaches, and...
a lot better but still get buzzing, burning and feel jittery
...be a sign of b12 deficiency also, I also feel ...weird. I have had anxiety since Dec 2003 ...lot better but still get buzzing, burning and feel j...
are working. Feeling a bit jittery is normal after years...
...things as you see how things are working. Feeling a bit jittery is normal after years of severely depressed metabolic rate and other b12 deficiency problems. Give it some time and it will level...
effect of having a huge B12-deficiency going on, which...
...of sleep and still feel dog-tired afterwards. This was probably an exaggerated effect of having a huge B12-deficiency going on, which only got ...less side-effects (not feeling as jitter...
aB12, which has given me a ton of jittery energy. It's not...
...I can recover. I got sick 16 months ago and ...of stuff that sounds like B12 deficiency. I've also lost 20-30 pounds ...added 3mg aB12, which has given me a ton of jittery energy. It's not al...
way it made me feel (jittery, etc.) so I stopped drinking...
...way it made me feel (jittery, etc.) so I stopped ...family (coffee, cigarettes, alcohol). Now I have the added worry of B12 deficiency if I drink too much coffee or caffeinated tea... So I ju...
have jitteriness and irritability with bupropion. There are...
...may be possible to have jitteriness and irritability with bupropion. There are many other ...symptoms like thyroid dysfunction or vitamin b12 deficiency etc. You may get benefit...
thyroid and B12 deficiency cause anxiety and the jitters....
...psychological problems. Even your NHS GP will tell you under active thyroid and B12 deficiency cause anxiety and the jitters. I bet you wouldnt be so keen to pull them up on that...
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