Difference Between Methylcobalamine And Mecobalamin

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What is the difference between methylcobalamine (500mcg) and mecobalamin (500mcg). Are both medicines the same? Can I get clarification by some of you?



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herjinder Says:

Difference Between Methylcobalamine And Mecobalamin


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Salvi Says:

What to know more about mecobalamin capsule.

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Meili Says:

Is it okay if methylcobalamine prscribed with neurobion? as we know neurobion consist of vitamine B1, vitamine B6, and vitamine B12 5000 mcg. Thank you for the answer.

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babu Says:
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What is the difference between methylcobalamine tablet 1500mcg and mecobalamin tab 1500mcg can one clarify me doctor was prescribed for me week in nerve for ear.

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Az Ali Says:

both meco and methylcobalamine are a form of vitamin B12 and have the same function as the other .

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Saru Says:
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If methylcobalamin JP 500mcg & mecobalamin JP 500mcg are the same, then why is the price different? Plz reply.

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Umal Says:
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My doctor suggested I take methylcobalamin 750mcg, one tablet every day/night and also one mecobalamin 1500mcg every night. If both are the same vitamin at different doses, is it ok to continue taking them or not? Please help me, anyone.

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Shahid Says:
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Re: herjinder (# 1)

What is the deference between Methylcobalamin and mecobalamin in Pakistan 500 mcg available only mecobalamin but Dr seggest me Methylcobalamin plz answer

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