My daughter has been very symptomatic for low B12 for 6 years now. We have recently had the following results from medichecks. Her ferritin levels are sky high but that MAY be because she has to follow FODMAPS diet for her IBS while we wait to have colonoscopy etc and other tests done for coeliac/ crohns, etc. She eats red meat, carrots and black olives most nights as there are very few other things she can safely eat.
I am aware that the symptoms of too much ferritin in the blood can mimic the symptoms of B12 deficiency, but I still believe she has a B12 problem, due to the active B12 levels being at 53..... Can anybody help me to unpick this?