I have just read the blog on pa symptoms. The Fog describes my symptoms to a T and I had been suffering them for several years before I was diagnosed. I was an English teacher all my life, yet I could not easily engage in conversations because I would forget words and people would either look at me strangely or continuously finish my sentences for me. I thought I had aphasia!
However, the symptoms, for the most part, were miraculously cured almost as soon as the injections began.
Having read the blog, I am concerned inasmuch as my one recurring symptom is auditory hallucinations which is not mentioned as a symptom!
The symptom is: I begin to lose consciousness but do not become unconscious; my body tingles all over; I hear something akin to white noise (like the bad reception on an old radio); then incoherent voices as if one was in a crowded place and heard multiple conversations- this might just be making words out of multiple sounds if that makes any sense.
Only one person on this forum has told me that they have had such symptoms.
It is a worry to me that this symptom was not included in the aforementioned blog as twice a doctor has made the assumption that my symptom is more related to mental health than b12 deficiency.
I know this is not true because the symptom is on a list of symptoms on the b12 forum to which I also belong.
Should I be worried about the exclusion of this symptom from the blog and seek further medical advice or is it's exclusion as a symptom an oversight?