Just to update you all who have kindly guided me. I have success from my GP. I did as he asked and had my blood test and of course it was over 1500 (apparently it doesn't read over this). So I received a call from first a care assistant to tell me my levels and that I would no longer receive treatment and as I wasn't happy I asked for a copy of the guidelines they follow and the answer was no. She said she would get a nurse to call me back. So a day later that call took place and she told me that my b12 was at toxic levels so I asked where she was getting her current evidence ..... No adequate answer and she was very rude that I challenged her and pointed out that I am a nurse also and have to use current evidence based practice and current up to date guidelines and I wanted to know and I believe it is my right to know where the evidence she was working with comes from. She fumbled and said she would get my GP to call. He called and agreed to see me face to face. I went armed with all the evidence you had all pointed me to and he listened and tried to justify he decisions about my treatment. He also fumbled a lot but he agreed to read said evidence and also agreed to treat me until I was seen urgently by a haematologist as he evidently does not have the knowledge to treat me successfully. I'd call that a result for me and if he reads all the material I gave him...... Possibly one less ignorant GP and others may not have to suffer. THANK YOU PAS 😀
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