Well, I don't think it's a B12 deficiency anymore to be honest. I don't have any other symptoms other than the burning hands and feet. My energy is great and I feel awesome otherwise. I'm going to wait a few more days and see how I feel. I'm thinking it might just be from using the rototiller and working hard in the garden the last few days. Take a look at what I copied from another site. http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/diseases/fac ... miab12.htm
What are the symptoms of anaemia due to vitamin B12 deficiency?
The first symptoms will be unusual tiredness, difficulty in breathing and dizziness.
Further symptoms specific to vitamin B12 deficiency are:
a red, irritated and possibly shiny, tongue.
a reduced sense of taste.
altered or reduced sense of touch.
reduced sense of vibration (an inability to feel the vibrations of a tuning fork).
some people with vitamin B12 deficiency will experience symptoms in their nervous system first.
pains in the legs (intermittent claudication), difficulties with walking and coordination will gradually occur together with muscle spasm paralysis.
a less sensitive sense of touch.
shortness of breath, palpitation and chest pains (angina).
with pernicious anaemia there is an increased danger of developing cancer of the stomach.