Has there ever been a link with women who have had an emergency Caesarean section and going on to develop (undiagnosed B12 deficiency) this as been going on for 7years since the birth of first child ,we tried going to GPs with no success diagnosed anxiety/ depression . So we went down the road of Self treatment initially trying B12 tablets with no success then discovered sub lingual tablets these have worked with some success for over 5 years .
My daughter in law then changed her GP to try and get a diagnosis to her ongoing problem the first thing the GP did was to take her off the B12 supplements and put her on sertraline to treat her for anxiety. Since this happened (3 months ago) she has had 5 attacks each one getting worse going back to how it was 7 years ago.When she had a serum B12 tested it gave a reading of 680 so GP dismissed B12 when we told GP that this test is flawed and asked for a MMA Test she had never heard of it but she has requested a appointment with a haematologist just waiting for appointment to come through
Thanks for any help on this subject