heya rhat, yea i agree about the b12. did they do a differential on that?coz they should have. if they did, what was your serum level? over 500 is where you want to be. i find it really hard to get up that high with supplements and am considering injections when i get home in december. i'm kind of numb to needles now after all this!
if u take some b12, go for the methylcobalamin. as opposed to cyanocobalamin. shorter shelf life, costs a bit more, but it's the "right" one. you may want to consider taking a hefty b-complex at the same time to help with absorption. i have had my docs telling me my b situation was fine based on my bloodwork, but i noticed my biggest single improvement when i took a bunch of b vitamins one day. as i have said elsewhere, i got my position sense back in my arms and hands, and could type again within an hour.
anyway as mentioned above this is all repeats of info elsewhere so i'll sign off now