After endless visits to the GP surgery over a period of four years I was finally diagnosed by a locum with B12 deficiency and admin life long injections. Although, they state I am not PA they appear to be uninterested in finding the underlining cause. For the past 12 months my symptoms are progressive and with an unsupported GP surgery, I feel I am left with no alternative but to go private but I am unsure as to where to go from here.
Impaired speech at times - happening more often
Difficulty with my cognitions - fog brain more often
Numbness and pins and needles that is now in my arms, hands, legs and feet
New Cramp in the feet and toes
New Severe pain in the groin on both sides
Skin sensitive to sunlight
My recent CBC indicated the following: 10.07.12
Plasma viscosity 1.46
eGFR by Mdrd >60
Serum ferritin 24.7
Serum bit b12 626
Serum folate 3.4
Red cell Folate 821
I went to the surgery today upon their request to go through my results and find the temp locum to be extremely dismissive and left me with the feeling that as a NHS patient I had had a lot of investment that had amount to nothing.
Please could anyone help me as to where to go from here?