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Is a rheumatologist who I should see about autoimmune conditions?
Hi @boisland, I'd like to add my welcome. Here are two related discussions on Mayo Clinic Connect that may be of interest to you.
– So many questions. Seeing Rheumatology and GI at Mayo JAX: https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/so-many-questions/
– Pernicious Anemia and B12 Ranges: https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/pernicious-anemia-2/
May I ask what other autoimmune condition you have or suspect to have unrelated to the anemia?
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i get tingling in my arms somethimes after I eat. It is not currently associated to a specific food , it just happens at sometimes after I eat. Since my diagnosis of Pernicious Anemia I can no longer tolerate any sweets eg cakes, cookies etc..
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