I recently got my laboratory test done for vitamin B12. The levels are increased. My LFT tests were normal. I also have blurry vision, a sour mouth, and backbone pain. What is your first advice? What additional tests are needed?
I went through your query and understood your concern.
Usually, myeloproliferative neoplasms, kidney diseases, and liver diseases are some of the causes of high vitamin B12 (cobalamin) levels. If you have taken supplements containing vitamin B12, then your B12 can be high. In fact, it is a common cause of elevated vitamin B12 levels. So, I suggest you investigate with a peripheral smear examination report for a primary workup. Get your liver and spleen examined for enlargement by a local specialist doctor. To evaluate kidney disease, I suggest you investigate serum urea and creatinine estimation.
I hope this has helped you.
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.. read your problem in detail and have not found anything abnormal in your test reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity).
I am not aware what were your values before you started taking these medicine. Read full
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