The Anonymous Widower

Rescued By A B12 Injection

Last week, I wasn’t feeling too well, as I wrote in The Hour Change Has Completely Knocked Me Out.

I had a whole raft of symptoms.

  • Not being able to get dressed.
  • Sleeping all the time.
  • Poor hand-eye co-ordination.
  • Dizziness, which got me to hospital.

Then on Tuesday, this week, I had my three-monthly B12 injection.

And all the symptoms disappeared.

November 10, 2022 - Posted by | Health |

1 Comment »

  1. I just read this on the NHS website
    “If you have had neurological symptoms that affect your nervous system, such as numbness or tingling in your hands and feet, caused by a vitamin B12 deficiency, you’ll be referred to a haematologist and may need to have injections every 2 months.”
    I wonder whether many people need to have a review to shorten the interval. I know that my wife often complains of numbness and tingling and I’ll watch out whether it occurs more towards the end of her 3-monthly intervals.

    Comment by fammorris | November 10, 2022 | Reply

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