I haven't been diagnosed w PA, but tests showed as soon as I stopped supplementing b12 my levels were falling like a stone and I had symptoms (numbness, foot pain, restless legs, tinnitus). A private doctor offered a b12 injection and I thought, hmm, I can do that myself, so I got info via the b12d site. I did the loading dose + doing monthly (subcutaneous) injections for about a year now. Also have lichen planus and am on ldn and levo/liothyronine for Hashi's.
I've had a recurring feeling of a drop of cold water on my bare right shin, exactly like if you were wearing shorts and dripped a single drop of cold water on your shin. Often it will happen somewhere (on the street or in the kitchen) where I might have trod in a puddle or dripped water on myself, so I look down to find my leg thoroughly covered in my dry trouser leg and/or sock and no water to be found. It happens a few times then goes away for a while.
Today the same thing happened on my right arm, below the elbow, as I'm sitting on the sofa typing.
Is this a thing? Anyone else have it? Benign neuro phantom or important symptom I should bring to the gp?
I googled it and it could be an early symptom of peripheral neuropathy - ? But not much other info.
Thanks in advance.