So the title pretty much sums up what I want to ask in this question so forgive me if I am wrong in my assumsion.
Ever since I have had pernicious anemia my hair has been getting thinner and thinner over the years. It scared me so I've done countless research on it and even it's what prompted me to self inject b12 (among other symptoms). So when you have pernicious anemia it goes hand in hand with lack of oxygen in the blood right? It is also stated how lack of oxygen and blood flow can in fact cause hair loss.
Pernicious anemia seems to go hand in hand with a lot of other diseases that cause hair loss, namely the most important iron anemia and hypothyroid problems.
I am wondering how would one correct this problem if they had pernicious anemia and possibly low iron but no signs of hypothyroid? I have read and been told that iron needs to be above 70ug but too much iron can be very dangerous/harmful too.
Does anyone know of other ways to tip the balance with low oxygen in our blood due to these conditions? I am thinking of something wacky like oxygen mask (not sure it would work) but I am open to suggestions.