I know I'm repeating myself but want to be clear.
Is it correct that if you test negative for this it's reliable?
I've not had the intrinsic factor test.
I'm asking as I'm getting the vibe as one year in now the surgery want to decrease my B12 injections. B12 was put on my latest blood form after a discussion with Gp who I thought agreed in the end not needed . I've crossed it out. Blood test not due yet. Also a different nurse gave me ' the Spanish inquisition ' when I arrived for my 2 weekly injection.she was totally off with me saying it ridiculous having thrm so often. I wasn't prepared for this and upset me as feeling low . I tried 3 weeks but went back to 2 . Also discussed with Gp.
Last November when I wrongly had a 6 week break (surgery opposing at time continuing every other day) I tried sub lingual and oral b12 with no results.
Still no idea if I have PA or not.
Assume absorbtion problem whatever as some risk factors age ect. Second neurologist wanted cause found and a referral to a haematologist. Not done. He then discharged me at the time wanting me togo on amitriptyline uo ti 50mg.
So a dilemma. No neurologist to read my mri scsn result. No formal diagnosis to keep my B12 injections.
I really don't understand why they put so many through this. It's stressful, unnecessary and costs the NHS more in the long run. Any ideas for my plan of action please.