Hello to everyone. I am 22 years old and four months ago I was diagnosed with b12 defiiency - 161 ug/ ml. At the beginning I had these popular symptoms - numbness, mind fog etc. But as the process evolved my legs started to get painful, and knees became very weak, I couldn't stand on my toes etc. The symptoms began two years and a half ago. I was vegetarian for three years or so and symptoms began at that time. So I started to eat meat one year ago, but my symptoms didn't improve a bit. At the end I had such a hard swelling in my legs that it was impossible for me to sleep, my mind was completely blank and I thought I will die. So now, after four months of supplementing - mb12, magnesium, now mfolate and potassium obviously I feel the difference, because I don't feel that much pain while walking, but the thing is that I still feel very heavy in my legs and sometimes when I use folate and mb12 I get this sensation of overall swelling in my body. Walking is still very uncomfortable and my memory isn't what it used to be. So the question is does b12 deficiency really can cause difficulty walking and stretching ankles ( My ankles when stretched doesn't go at straight angle ( 90 grades) ). Maybe that's a question for those b12 specialists here, who know if these kind of problems could be related to b12 deficiency, because as far as I know, I don't have an anemia, because my hemaglobin is rather fine. Thanks. (also I have weird muscles around calves especially ankles, that place where heel is attached to bone looks fat to me, not like every normal person. (Could swelling cause weird, distorted looking legs?) Also I experienced joint cracking that is still there. My left hip is turned awkardly so when I want to put my right leg on left leg while sitting I feel difficulty doing so, but not the other way round. Also I have dark blue veins on calves and they have become more visible and at places distorted.