As an ex carer and someone with experience in the pharmaceutical industry I suspect the resounding answer will be "NO", but I need to ask. I'm really overdue for my jab because nurses at my surgery have either left or gone off sick and they've been short-staffed (there's also been a big shake-up with a merger so nobody knows which way is up right now). I've just found out that all three of an excellent nursing team have now left, and they were the only reason I was staying as a patient.
I'm registering with a new surgery, but have a shot booked for next week before I move on. As it stands, though, I'm exhausted. I have CFS anyway, but being late for my B12 means that I can barely see or walk in a straight line, I feel so terrible. I'm dizzy, and my eyeballs hurt through their struggle to even remain open.
I don't even have the necessary equipment aside from the ampoules. I just wish I knew someone locally who could administer for me, or help my husband to do it, so I can be done with this failing surgery without having to go there for my jab, and move on.