Following on from previous posts, I got my active B12 results back today.
Talk about paradoxical!
I was expecting a low measure, as currently have symptoms and blood anomalies that might suggest deficiency and consultant said in December that I have megoblastic anaemia.
Normal range is 25.1 - 165.0
So this says I am well above top end of normal.
I have no idea what this means - it makes no sense.
I have been taking a methylcobalin sublingual on and off in the two weeks preceding test, so this may have skewed it. But serum levels were 301 when last tested, so nothing is adding up.
Supplementation aside, does anyone know what this reading suggests?