I am due to have surgery soon, and it could be as much as 12 hours. I asked my surgeon to check my b12 along with other bloods he was ordering.I`ve only had one b12 injection in past 5mths, so was surprised when he came back with a level of 600. I asked him the range he didn't reply but said you have enlarged red cells ah that will be the PA and everything else is fine no anaemia. So my results don't match my symptoms
Anyone have an opinion on optimum levels prior to lengthy anaesthetic? I have a supply of b12, just arrived from Germany so I can boost it up if I need to.
I have tried for years to get neurologists to listen about my b12 symptoms. They just smile at me. At my last visit a few weeks ago when he smiled I retorted you doctors just don't understand PA. He didn't smile at that! He thinks I am in denial that my MS has become progressive and I am blaming PA. I do believe that when you have an illness such as MS everything gets labeled "ah that will be your ms".
Sorry ranting a bit,kind of went off subject.
Thank you in advance for any advice. xx