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This is probably a long shot but I have been experiencing many neurological symptoms over the last year. I have seen multiple neurologists, had multiple brain/spine MRIs and bloodwork, and nothing has come to the surface. My next step is a spinal tap as to see if anything there will produce results.
I was reading through my bloodwork from June and saw that my mMalonic Acid was at 53 nmol/L in comparison to normal 87-318. I decided to google it and it said b12 deficiency. However, my Vitamin b12 test was 435 pg/mL in comparison to normal 200-1100.
The symptoms I've been having are tingling/numbness in face, forearms, and shins. My leg is also heavy and makes it hard to walk. My balance has been effected and I was diagnosed with Ménière's disease (which is an inner ear disease causing dizziness/vertigo). My body is very fatigued to where everyday tasks are tiring.
Does any of this make a difference? Would the doctors have said something about a 53 low Malonic acid?
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