I was diagnosed with ME/CFS in 1996 and have had relapsing and remitting condition since then. The only treatment I have ever been offered has been antidepressants.
I was recently referred to a rheumatologist and blood tests came back as follows
I've since discovered that I have had megoblastic cells since at least 2008, and was one point off megoblastic anaemia in 2011.
I didn't understand the significance of this and my doctor didn't make any further investigations.
At the gp today, I was told that my recent results didn't have anything to do with B12 deficiency. This is despite repeated trips over the years to the surgery with deteriorating cognition, memory and concentration as well as extreme fatigue, weakness and balance issues consistent with the condition. How can this be?
I welcome any advice. Thank you.