I was diagnosed as b12 deficient and told my levels were very low but not the actual level. I had 6 injections and, although symptoms existed during that period, I have enjoyed two months without any. Now, in the past two weeks I have had 7 events lasting less that 10 seconds of auditory hallucinations. To describe them: my body goes into shock and feels like it is shutting down, then I hear voices jumbled up with something like static noises.
I then regain consciousness and, although there was a sort of logic within the trauma, like a dream, there was no rational sense afterwards.
The administrator referred me to the BSCH site which said that I should have alternate day injections for neurological symptoms and a new injection every two months rather than six injections spread - one every three days.
The last two incidents, Friday and today, were different inasmuch as the process began then faded before the hallucination happened.
I am having a blood test on Monday to see what my b12 level is after the injections and my top up in jettison is on November 3rd
Does anyone know - am I getting better or worse? Should I just continue with my treatment or seek help at consultant level?
I must say, apart from the hallucinations, all the other symptoms have not repeated. My energy levels are really high with all fatigue gone; no blurred vision; steadier on my feet; my brain fog and inability to remember words are much improved and getting better daily.
Any help would greatly appreciated.