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Why is vitamin B12 so vital for your health?

Vitamin B12 is needed for the healthy development of red blood cells and, without it, red blood cells are unable to function properly.

Red blood cells carry oxygen around the body, so if they are deformed, less oxygen is circulated around the body, leading to bigger health issues.

If you are diagnosed with a vitamin B12 deficiency, treatment might be lifelong.

There are other possible complications of an ileostomy, including dehydration.

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