Just wondered for all those people with white spots on their forearms with no reasonable diagnosis or cures given, has anyone been tested for a vitamin B12 deficiency? According to some research I just read (my brother was recently diagnosed with a genetic B12 deficiency and it appears that both my sister and I also have it and the stupid white spots on both fore arms) that at least 37% of the US population have this deficiency. Check out vitamin B12 deficiency and ask your doctor about it. Easy cure, B12 shot and then B12 dots sublingually daily. Would like to know how long it takes for the spots to go away though.
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