My problem starts from 11 months before, i have sore tongue and have ulcers in my mouth then i went to dr he told me for the blood test,after my blood test reports says i have vitamin B12 deficiency my level was 81.77 pg/ml then dr told me to have 10 B12 shots 3 in1st week,2 in 2nd week and after that once in a week and he also give me some vitamin b complex tablets,during the treatment i feel little bit batter symptons are going away then i again check my b12 level after 1 month frm my last shot and the level was 732 pg/ml but symptoms came back again., i still have sore tongue and some times have ulcers in my mouth..dr told me to have vitamin b complex tablets,and told me that it take some time..
so my question is how much time it need to get back to normal,because i have sore mouth frm last 11 month.some times it get batter then after 2 or 3 days my tongue gets sore again.
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