I apologize up front for being the bearer of bummer news, but it's not as bad as it could be. It just might take longer than you, or any other rational human, would expect.
Early on, I gradually developed bad reactions to almost everything from supps and herbs to basic foods. Pretty much anything I put in my mouth and/or body, and they were things that I'd taken without issue for practically my whole life.
And I think one of the first things that I realized I was suddenly sensitive to was B-comp ..... I say "I think" because so much went wrong so fast, including memory and cognition, that it's hard to remember the exact sequence.
The short version is that it took several years before I could tolerate any of it again, but I was reactive to soooooo much more than just the B-12 that I dont think you'll be facing the same thing. I also didnt have access yet to Phoenix Rising, I didnt even know it existed, so I had no helpful input about what was happening to me or how to deal with it.
You might be facing more than a couple of days or a couple of weeks, but I can almost certainly promise you that it wont be measured in years. Keep reading these threads, re-read some of what was posted here by @Judee , @Pyrrhus , @helen1 , @perchance dreamer, and the links to info that @caledonia posted for you, because it's really solid, good information and might turn the tide for you.
Most of all, don't give in to panic, don't beat yourself up over this, and don't give up !!! A surprizingly large number of members here have faced the same thing with B-12, and B vitamins in general, and we all survived. Some of us did better than just survivie it.
Soooooo ..... onward and upward !!!!
What is the reason that I am so sensitive? Could it be covid or the withdrawal from the antidepressant?
Have never reacted to anything before.
The B12 seems to be making me restless, making me way more anhedonic and making my cognition worse. I did not know it could make cognition worse.
But this will let up and I will get back to my old baseline?
Do you know what would be the best way to treat my B12 deficiency? If all B12 are methyl donors, how do you do it?