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About the B12 Apps

When I was first diagnosed with B12 deficiency I searched for an app to help me record my symptoms and manage my condition. I found nothing available that fitted my needs. We are proud to have created an app for those who are diagnosed with B12 deficiency and pernicious anaemia. This app would also be of great benefit to anyone with the following health conditions; CFS, hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, fibromyalgia, M.E. and mulitiple sclerosis. There is a function which allows the user to add personalised symptoms.

We are delighted that the app has now been accepted to the NHS App Library this means it has been reviewed by clinicians to ensure that it is safe and trusted.

We have also developed an app to determine Risk of B12 deficiency, please see the top right hand side of the page for links to both Apple and Android versions. This app uses the excellent research information provided by Sally Pacholok.

If you buy the smartphone apps these sync to the website using the same login, so you can print your charts and update your data on your desk top device too.

Click on a button below to purchase your version

Download the App user guide

Click here to download

We have personally funded the production of the apps and the revenue will help us to continue the work we carry out in raising awareness of B12 deficiency.

We are aware that not everyone has access to a smartphone so we also offer the web only version. Please note this version doesn't have the full functionality of the mobile versions (alerts/reminder and My Images).

Please see below for a brief description of the app and it’s functionality.

Please note:

• For iPhone users, there is a minimum software requirement of  iOS 7. The app is available for iPhone 4 upwards, the iPad 2 upwards and the iPod touch 5th Generation.

• Android devices have a minimum software requirement of version 2.3 Gingerbread, however not all Android devices are compatible.

If you are using a tablet, please use in portrait when registering.

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About the App and website application

If you have been diagnosed with vitamin B12 deficiency this app will help you to keep your 'B12 world' organised and stress free. It will help you evaluate your condition accurately and build an important record of how B12 deficiency affects you on a day to day basis. This will help to demonstrate to your doctor how well you are responding to treatment.

Use the handy tools to chart your symptoms, injections, supplements and medications and track improvements or regression in your health. The app syncs to this website where you can securely log in to view and print your data.

Is your memory affected by B12 deficiency? Many of us have memory problems caused by the condition. We forget appointments or when to take our medications and supplements. Reduce anxiety and become organised by setting this app to give you handy reminders and alerts. (Please note: the reminder facility is only available on mobile devices and only once they have been switched on in your devices settings.) 

Download the App user guide

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My Symptoms

Use the + button in the top right hand corner to start adding your symptoms.

The symptoms listed are the most commonly reported. (List information provided with kind permission of Sally M. Pacholok R.N. & Dr. Jeffrey J. Stuart, authors of 'Could It Be B12?'). There is however a personalised symptom facility at the bottom of the scroll down list which will enable you to add additional symptoms that you attribute to your B12 deficiency. We highly recommend you work your way through each list to capture all your data. Use the slider bar to record the severity of your symptoms. Once entered and graded these, your results appear in graph form alongside your supplements and medications.

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My Supplements / Medications

Use the + button in the top right hand corner to start adding your supplements and medications.

Organise and manage your injections, medications and supplements. Let the app remind you when to take your dosage. You can then view these entries in your diary. (Please note that the 'remind/alert' function is only available on mobile devices).

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My Diary Supps / Medications / Appointments

Supplements, Medications and Appointments - In calendar form. Click any date to view doses for that day. Keep your current supplements, medication and appointments schedule at your fingertips and confirm they have been taken.

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My Charts

Use the + button in the top right hand corner to view your charts. Choose up to three symptoms and medications to view at one time, and the graph will plot improvements or regression. You can overlay this graph with your supplements to see a fuller history.

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My Journal

Use the + button in the top right hand corner to start your journal. Record your observations and keep notes. Say how you feel!

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My Test Results

Use the + button in the top right hand corner to start compiling your medical history.

Keep your important test results accessible, and monitor changes over time.

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My Medical History

Use the + button in the top right hand corner to start compiling your medical history. Record key information regarding your B12 deficiency and any other conditions you have.

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My Appointments

Use the + button in the top right hand corner to start adding your appointments.

The app will remind you of your scheduled appointments. (Mobile devices only).

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My Images

Use the + button in the top right hand corner to start creating your albums. Then use the + button in the top right hand corner to start taking and adding photos.

The camera never lies! Build and organise a personal image library of your visible symptoms to record your B12 history. (Please note: This facility is only available on mobile devices.)


Download the App user guide

Click here to download

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