I am a 58 year old female and have had pains in my arms back legs and neck for about 4 months, also my legs feel very weak and I am constantly tired. About two months ago the doctor put me on steroid tablets which do relieve the pain and he has also injected steroids into my back. I have stopped with the steroids as I feel they are just masking the problem. We now also found the I am B12 deficient with a very low count and I am now having B12 injections, to date I have had 3 over the past three weeks but I do not feel any different and still have the pains etc. Do you think that these B12 injections will work and the pains will go or do you think there is another problem that should be investigated?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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