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From: Dee (
Subject:         B12 187, MMA 1160
Date: May 30, 2013 at 6:12 pm PST

My most recent B12 test showed 187, MMA at 1160. Last year's
B12 was 156, MMA was 1890. I've been experiencing noticeable
cognitive and mood symptoms for 2+ years. After a recent
casual conversation with a neurologist who recommended taking
B12, he said it can take up to 3 years to repair the
neurological damage. Further research online and re-reading
the B12 section of the 80-10-10 book, I opted to take a 10ML
intravenous dose of B12 last week.

Hearing conflicting information from the sellers of B12, I am
now confused about injectibles... Should I be injecting into
fat or muscle? Should I use the red B12 with shelf life of a
year? Should I use the live/active(clear fluid)that has a
shelf life of approximately 2 months? What is the difference
between them? What dose do you recommend at what interval?
How long does it take to get the numbers up? One person says
500mcg 2x per week. Another says several thousand mcg per day
until levels are up.

Each place tells me something different.

I had been using the patch (1000mcg) for the past year and the
increased level of B12 seems nominal compared with the
potential for severe and/or permanent consequences so I feel
it is important to take this step. Am I on target or having
fragmented thinking?

I plan to retest my levels in August unless you recommend a
different time frame.

All thoughts, guidance and words of wisdom are welcome.

Much thanks!


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