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Underweight, blood test results show very high levels of B12. What does it indicate?

Hi, i just received my blood test results and nothing alarmed me except my Vitamin B12 blood level. My result is 1149 pg/ml and the range reference is 211 - 946 . At first i thought What if my result number is a typo? So my question is, Is it possible to have 1149 as my B12 result? If so, what does it indicate? Bad or good? I m assuming it is bad... Other infos: I am a 25yr old female whose underweight Thank You, if you do respond!
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
Usually myeloproliferative disorder in which all blood cells like Red blood cells , White blood cells ,Platelets grow abnormally in bone marrow leads to high levels of B12 as it gives increase synthesis but less clearance from kidneys.
You must contact hematologist to rule out any Liver or spleen or bone marrow disorder.
Answered: Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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