Vitamin B12 Deficiancy

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A vitamin B12 deficiency may occur as a result of an inability to absorb the vitamin into the bloodstream. People with this problem may experience weakness, weight loss, constipation, and numbness or tingling in the hands or feet. Some are more likely than others to develop a vitamin B12 deficiency, including those who have an overactive thyroid, are vegetarians, or have pernicious anemia. Treatment may involve oral or injectable forms of the vitamin.
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