I went to the GP complaining about pins and needles in my feet and hoping for more frequent B12 injections. The surgery doesn't have anyone on 8 weeks or less and the doctor comment was that B12 and Thyroid have become popular issues which she didn't get 5 years ago and didn't know why it had suddenly become so poplar. So no luck with more B12. I was sent for Nerve con odutction test. Has anyone any experience/knowledge on interpreting the results.
A summary of the report is:
NCS - Lower limbs show delayed response left tibial nerve & small motor response from right peroneal nerve. However, these changes do not meet criteria for significant demyelination.
EMG – shows some chronic neurogenic changes in L5/S1 most likely related to mild radicular disorder but there is no active denervation to account for active radiculopathy
Repeat NCS in 6 months to look for progression of NCS abnormalities in lower limbs
If the tests don't meet the criteria for significant demyelination, does that mean I have some and need to be concerned?