Hi, I'm a new member and I wonder if anyone can offer any advice please?
I'm a 56 year old male and have been suffering from some symptoms which, according to many websites, is associated with B12 deficiency.
I sent off for a test with a company called Cerascreen who seem very professional.
In due course I got a very comprehensive report which said my holotranscobalamin level in capillary blood is 27,00 pmol/l and that less than 35 pmol/l is considered very low.
I approached my GP with this information and he ordered tests for B12 and vitamin D.
His results were that my vitamin D was borderline low but my B12 was normal.
I really don't know what to do now, my symptoms are preventing me from working and I was really hoping that it was just a case of having some B12 injections to cure me!
Can anyone please advise as to why the test results appear to conflict with each other?