Sorry if this info is already to be found - the trouble is there's so much information on this wonderful site that sometimes it's hard to locate it!
I understand that neurological symptoms include tingling and numbness in limbs, paralysis, etc, but I wondered if the brain stuff also counts as neurological? I've had the horrible weird feelings that you get with B12 deficiency - feeling unreal, as if you're in a dual/parallel world, like there are other things going on that most people can't see, etc. I've worried at times that I'm bordering on becoming psychotic, but I am always aware that the things I think and feel aren't actually real, and only happen because of my deficiency. I've also had the dreaded brain fog (initially, before diagnosis, I thought I had early onset of dementia) and inability to concentrate for any length of time.
I just wondered if this side of things - the mental issues - are part of the neurological stuff, or something else? I've been self-injecting initially once a week, since March, then I upped it to twice a week at the end of April as my initial improvement rapidly slowed down and then halted. And now I'm wondering if I should be doing it every other day, as advised for neurological problems. I must add that I don't get any of the tingling or numbness, thank goodness!
Any advice would be gratefully received. No point asking doctor - he said the injections were simply a placebo. He knows I self-inject but doesn't approve. Many thanks in advance for any advice.