Hi. Long story short, I had a bowel resection 20 years ago. I was given no advice or guidance from hospital or GP on how to cope with possible consequences. After ten or so years, I realised my health was deteriorating and was told by several GPs that depression was causing my body to degrade. Last year, for the first time, doc reluctantly did bloods and found macrocytosis and b12 def. I had loading injections and now have 3-monthly injections. My weakness, pain, extreme fatigue, digestive problems etc etc etc are no better. When I asked for more frequent injections I was told 'This is how we do it.' My GP has told me things will not improve but the injections are needed for life. I now need a Carer, fall over, can't do housework, can't walk more than a few yards, can't look after my grandson with ASD, might as well give up. Help?