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I did not have a B12 or D deficiency, as I recall. I was low on folate. I asked, “Don’t they routinely add that into diet via things like bread?”. The doctor didn’t know. I knew because I am a meticulous pregnant person and, as a result, had become intensely aware of nutrition. I eat plenty of things with folate but I guess I was low. I think folate is water soluable so it wouldn’t be tough for it to take a quick ‘dip’. Is this correct?
Then nobody understood the high strep. I even asked another doctor (the one who didn’t believe in fibromyalgia) and when she finally located it within the multitudes of bloodwork which was ordered she was very confused, said she didn’t know, and swept it under the rug. I haven’t heard any more about that one. ASO titer or something. I hadn’t had strep. A little while later tested negative for strep. If it’s causing me to feel this bad, I’d love to try and handle it though. Know what I mean?
Since I don’t know the abbreviations, I have hundreds of blood results and many of those that are H and L (high and low, not normal) and I have no way of having any idea if there is meaningful information within my bloodwork.