Review: could Pernicious anemia cause Chills?
This is a review of Chills among 25 people who have Pernicious anemia.The review is created by eHealthMe based on reports from FDA and is updated regularly.
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Pernicious anemia (latest reports from 28 patients) is typically treated by Vitamin B12, Cyanocobalamin.
Chills (felling of cold) (latest reports from 244,649 patients) has been reported by people with multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, pain.
On Feb, 23, 2014: No report is found.
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took b12 shot for 4 years (once a month)........doctor started to decrease shot to every 2 months, then every 3 months, then 4 months.
After the last shot (before the 4 month reduction), lips, tongue, mouth became dry & salty. Exercise and dancing created more sweat than usual. Lips & fingertips seemed shriveled. Then lips & tongue swelled. Six months later, lips & tongue still get very dry when exercising or walking a lot. I drink plenty of water & vegetables. Not a salt user. With the b12 cutback, I noticed that an itch I had been experiencing disappeared. (I had thought it was caused by the elastic in my bra) I previously stopped using deodorants that contained aluminum, because it also caused itching. (tested this many times) I know there's aluminum in the b12, which I am also now suspecting may have been the cause for the bra site itch. I also know that there are other b12 shots without the aluminum......what would be best? I have my next MD appointment in 5 days and would like to address all these issues.......most times when I bring up "problems" or observations, the MD's act like I'm off about reactions.........After 4 years, I noted slight diarrhea immediately after shots, but MD downplayed what I was saying. My main concern at this time is the dehydration, salty lips tongue & mouth and the aluminum in the b12. Thank you for whatever help you can give me......AW
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