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Could someone please help went to doctors today. Have Vitamin B12 injections every 8 weeks. I would like to have a baby. Did anyone have problems conceiving?

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I had 3 babies with deficiency!
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Pregnant women have a slightly increased need for vitamin B12, compared to other individuals. While mild deficiencies are common during pregnancy and are probably no cause for concern, a severe vitamin B12 deficiency can have serious consequences for both a pregnant woman and her developing child.

The RDA (Recommended Dietary Allowance) of vitamin B12 for pregnant women is 2.6 mcg per day, compared to 2.4 mcg per day for most other adults. Many women easily get plenty of vitamin B12 through a healthy and well-rounded diet. However, strict vegetarians have a much higher risk for vitamin B12 deficiency. To compound the problem, most women take folic acid during pregnancy. While folic acid is important for preventing birth defects, it can also "mask" some of the signs of a vitamin B12 deficiency, making a deficiency much more difficult to detect
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