WARNING THIS POST CONTAINS DETAILS OF BEHAVIOUR BY DOCTOR THAT SOME MAY FIND UPSETTING.
After nearly 13 months I got my appointment with the haematologist. He seemed like a nice guy, agreeing that 'normal' B12 blood levels do not necessarily mean that I don't need injections. He asked me to stop my B12 tablets for a week, and then get some blood drawn for a raft of tests. He said that he would then consult a biochemist and look at putting me on injections.
But before I even got to give the blood, he had written to my GP saying that I didn't need injections, and he hoped that would help the GP "manage the patient". I was going to print the letter that I wrote to him but it may not get past the censors.
So, it looks like apart from having to buy my thyroid meds from Thailand, I am going to have to buy what I need to self inject B12 (all while my income is £30/week) I have searched HU, but of course that sort of information can only be sent via private messaging, and what information there is, is so much that it is hard to find the needle in the haystack (if self-injecters will forgive the pun).
Apart from knowing where to buy the B12, I need to know about syringes, needles, and anything else that I will need. And obviously sources for same and B12 at the 'best; prices. So if somebody could PM me with that information, I will be most grateful.