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Old 05-16-2023, 09:15 PM #1
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Default Did anyone develop neurological issues after vitamin deficiencies?

I have had many vitamin deficiencies after a number of years and I know my neurological issues are caused by them, but the only diagnosis doctors can bother to give me is functional neurological disorder. Did anyone develop neurological issues after vitamin deficiencies?
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Hi Flower,
Welcome to the NeuroTalk Support Groups.

There are many people who have developed neurological issues due to vitamin deficiencies. Peripheral Neuropathy is first to come to mind for those who have low levels of Vitamin B12. Vitamin D deficiency is another. Vitamin B complex deficiency. Iron. Thiamine. Magnesium ... the list goes on.

Is it possible for you to see a different doctor?

Maybe try using the search feature here for your symptoms and see what come up or even check on the Vitamins forum listed below.

https://www.neurotalk.org/search.php

https://www.neurotalk.org/vitamins-n...d-supplements/

There are a few examples at the bottom of the page here. It says "Similar Threads". There are some old posts from people dealing with vitamin deficiencies with some involving movement disorders. I'm not sure how relevant they are to your situation though.

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Yes, Every single diabetic medicine that I have been on for years contributes to nerve damage. I was thinking of getting comprehensive vitamin and nutrient testing at the cost of about $450.00. The cost is not the issue, but it is pointless to try to determine why it happened since it will not change much. It would be just because I am curious...
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