Hello,I found this website purely by chance and am seeking help.
For years I had a very bad painful mouth,really bad sores and horrible patterns in it.These were put down to trush only....it wasn't at all. I saw a specialist and then still he could only rule out what it was not.
I was then given Vitamin B12 injections for many months,again I am not sure why but the doctor at the time (who was very caring) told me I should carry on taking the injections as a precaution.
During this time ive suffered from anxiety,depression and "male problems"....since then iv'e turned my life around and become very healthy,a great diet and a positive attitude,not to mention keeping busy.
So anyone would think ive overcome my problems?
Sadly not,I know im doing and have done everything I can for the past year or so (everytihng the doctor ordered) but I still have these problems,and not only that my left foot is now suffering from what im guessing is drop foot.I get complete numbness in it for about 18 or so hours after running,and slight numbness from waking (so most days) its gotten to a point where my foot actually drags unless as I go up the stairs.Its been going on for about 2 years but recently has gotten alot worse (i.e alot longer)
Im at a wits end because since getting mis diagnosed and just passed from one doctor to another they dont seem to take anything I say seriously.IM only in my 20's and very healthy in myself.
If anyone can help id really appreciate it,ive included below a sort of time scale and symptoms:
2 years ago - ongoing : Sores inside on tongue,white patterns but NOT thrush!
2 years ago - ongoing : Doctor seems to think theres a problem with my B12
2 years ago - ongoing : "Male problems" loss of desire,erection problems.
1+1/2 years ago - ongoing: Anxiety and depression to which ive been taking anti depps and been alot better in that respect.
1+1/2 years ago - ongoing : Drop foot problems tho recently ALOT worse.
To put this in a nutshell,im alot better mentally as in my mood,but these problems above havn't been sorted or been diagnosed as a problem as such.
Any help or any linking together as I realise alot of this can be put down to nerves would be helpful,Many thanks.
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