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3 Signs to Detect Cerebral Folate Deficiency
Cerebral Folate Deficiency is a serious medical condition that usually occurs in the first
year of baby’s life. Though exact causes are not yet discovered, but many researches
indicate the reason might be related to genetic conditions or problems with immune
Signs of Cerebral Folate Deficiency
Minor Symptoms: Weight Loss, loss of appetite occurring together along with
headaches, weakness, heart palpitations, sore tongue and change in behavior. For adults
experiencing anemia might be a sign to indicate advanced folate deficiency. More
information on cerebral folate deficiency can be found at methyl-life.com.
Slow Growth Rate: If your child is suffering from slow growth rate, then probably he
might be suffering from folate deficiency. Pregnant women who suffer with folate
deficiency may give birth to infants with neural tube defects and low birth weight.
Consult a doctor immediately to evaluate, test symptoms and provide proper medical
Depression: Low levels of folate can relate to depression. This is because the
formation of neurotransmitters, like serotonin, is hindered.