So today was the day of my neurology appointment, after waiting 9 months to be seen since referral in May 2017. I was holding so much hope that I would get some answers after suffering permenant pins and needles, in both my hands and feet. However with previous Dr appointments, leaving me feeling hopeless, I was also apprehensive that I may leave feeling disappointed if I didn't get some answers. So after my GP had told me that my B12 level of around150ng/l wasn't of real concern and was not anywhere near low enough to be injected or the cause to my pins and needles in the hands and feet, the neurologist said he was going to be writing to my GP for him to give me injections. The neurologist did all the reflex tests and checked eyes, and said they were all okay, and took history of my symptoms, and said that he thinks its due to my B12 without me even having to really say anything about B12. I took the print out of my results of last test showing iron deficiency and B12 and asked so are you having injections, I replied saying 'no my GP said it wasn't low enough or that it could be cause of my pins and needles' he looked a little shocked and said it is low enough, and said I think I need to write to your GP to start B12 injections. I actually couldn't believe it, he sent me for more blood tests, 6 tubes, testing all sorts including B12, I just hope my supplementing B12 with a B vitamin complex, will not effect my levels just bordering on the considered 'normal' range and then be denied them. He did say they might not test them, due to the length of time since my last test, so really hope this may be the start to recovery. I have lots of other B12 symptoms which prompted him to suggest its B12 that might be causing the issue, and due to my physical exam he didn't feel I needed any scans. Im keeping my fingers crossed I can get some level of care now.