How To Find Out The Level Of Vitamin B12 In The Blood?
how was the clinical examination for vitamin b12, thanks for the answer 🙂
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Vitamin B 12 is a water-soluble vitamin and is found in many foods such as fish, shellfish, meat, eggs, and dairy products. So usually there will be very rarely a deficiency or deficiency of this vitamin intake.
Some of the symptoms that arise when someone has a deficiency of vitamin B 12 are symptoms of anemia or a lack of red blood cells. It is characterized by complaints of weakness, fatigue, lethargy, difficulty concentrating, and on physical examination, it is characterized by pale inner lower eyelids, cold tips of hands and feet and pale lip color
However, to be sure, you should do a blood laboratory examination to check the levels of red blood cells in the body. So that if there is a deficiency of vitamin B 12 it can be treated immediately.
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