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Electrolytes
Adrenals
Iron

The body is a complex chemical factory with lots of interactions. Imbalances in the ratios of these trace elements can cause lots of problems with similar symptoms.

In particular :-

Iron (and not just Ferritin)

Adrenals

Electrolytes

Vitamin D Most people in the Western world have low levels of this important Vitamin, This is an External link discussing this.

Vitamin B12, an external link talking about this

A posting from the list about B12

Here's where I learned all I know about B12 deficiency:

http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/showthread.php?t=9948&page=1447

I highly recommend you join wrongdiagnosis and participate in this
conversation thread (it's turned into a support group). That your
serum B12 dropped so quickly might be a bit suspicious. There's a
possibility that you are predisposed to a genetic sort of problem with
B12 deficiency, something to do with autoimmune. Easy to deal with,
you just supplement.

Lots to follow when I have time!!!!

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