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No cancer in the lungs!! B-12 info

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Nana b
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My X-Ray came back fine. My thyroid is fine. I'm very high on B-12 vitamin (always had too much energy), I am asking the doc about this on my next appt. It appears I should be in the mid 100s and I'm in the mid 900s. I did get that B-12 injection while on vacation. I thought excess B-12 went in your urine, because it water soluble. I will find out. My D vitamin blood draw is not back yet. My cough is gone, not sure if it was finding Sasha a new home (she is at a great home on 60 acres. Sasha was my beautiful pure bred German Sheppard), or the antibiotics, that helped!

Things are good. Blessings!

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LivinginNH
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Wonderful news! :-)

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pepebcn
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Raquel , congratulations !
Hugs!

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KathiM
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I, too, thought the B vitamins were water-soluable...hummm...

Congrats on the great news! WHEW!!!

Hugs, Kathi

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ktlcs
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That really is wonderful news

Many Hugs and Happy Holidays

Kathy

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Lovekitties
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So very glad the results are good and the cough is gone.

Sorry you had to find Sasha a new home, but it sounds like she will have lots to explore.

Be interesting to hear about the B-12 issues...not only the side effects (if any) from it being so high, but also why it is being stored.

Hugs,

Marie

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Nice to hear Raquel!!

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Nana b
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Vitamin B12

Definition

Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin. Water-soluble vitamins dissolve in water. After the body uses these vitamins, leftover amounts leave the body through the urine.

Typically, water-soluble vitamins can not be stored by the body. Vitamin B12 is special, because the body can store it for years in the liver.

vitamin is extremely rare. Although, people who follow a strict vegetarian diet and do not consume eggs or dairy products may require vitamin B12 supplements.

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The human body stores several years' worth of vitamin B12, so nutritional deficiency of this vitamin is extremely rare. Although, people who follow a strict vegetarian diet and do not consume eggs or dairy products may require vitamin B12 supplements.

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KathiM
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You are one smart lady!

Hugs, Kathi

AnneCan
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I am so happy you had such good results for your lung + thyroid. The B vitamins are water-soluble, along with C - the only fat soluble ones are A,D,E + K. I have a degree in Nutrition. How much were you taking per day? I am wondering if you are taking too much for the body to take care of, or maybe your body disposes of it differently than most.

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Hi Nana b, I'm happy to hear your good results and that feeling better for the Holiday! Thank's for the info on the B-12 too.

Gail

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Nana b
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I was only taking a dropper but on vacation I had an IV of vitamin C, b12 and D. Then before I came home I had an injection of B 12. So I had a
Lot in a one week period. I feel good though!

ketziah35
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- thought that you said you were a grandmother. How can you be a grandma at the age of 20V

Congrats on your good news.

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Nana b
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Grandma to 11 beautiful kids! Lol. They are my laughter!!

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Lori-S
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Good news on your results and yay on the grandkids too

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YAAAAAHOOOO!!

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