Vitamin B12 deficiency: How often do you use the toilet? Number of trips could be serious

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    But, just because you’re feeling constipated, or pass fewer stools than you’re used to, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you have a vitamin B12 deficiency.

    Constipation is very common, and could be caused by a number of lifestyle factors, including not drinking enough fluids.

    It’s more likely to be caused by a B12 deficiency if it’s accompanied by any of the more common signs of the condition.

    More common warning signs of a vitamin B12 deficiency include tiredness, jaundice, and shortness of breath.



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