Methylcobalamin 500 Mg Should Be Taken Under What Conditions (Page 6)

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Under what conditions should one take methylcobalamin 500 mg? What are the benefits and what are the side effects?



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Dr Steve Says:

I recommend you to read the eleven posted answer. I suggest everyone having or feeling tired or weak to STOP consuming methycobal up to two days till energy in your body is quite good because many many guys are complaining from nausea after taking those tablets. So take the right tab at the right time then you're gonna be fine.

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Re: vins (# 3)

If your CRP is high, it indicates that you have inflammation somewhere in your body. Go see a gastroenterologist, please do not treat yourself, you are not a doctor.

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Re: Prabhat (# 13)

I have a B12 deficiency since a decade ago and last year I got Iron deficiency as well. Doctor advised me to take supplements for both deficiencies at the same time but unfortunately after I finished 3 months treatment taking both methycobal pills and iron liquid, after tested my blood. B12 was higher enough but iron decreased more than before treatment. Since then I am not taking iron supplement anymore hopefully I could increase my iron level a little bit at least the minimum of normal range after I followed a diet for 7 months taking beetroot and carrot blend every morning but don't forget to add anything with vitamin C like lemon to help iron absorption. Newly, I found one iron pill supplement showing in precaution of use that anyone suffer pernicious Anemia (B12 deficiency) cannot go on in taking such iron pills. And I think it is the case with all iron forms. I am not a vegetarian but I eat less meat but I always eat eggs. Even though cannot increase my B12 through food. But since you are a veg. I advise you better to take pills if you have no problem of absorption otherwise you opt to injection monthly. The active form and ready to be absorbed directly is methycobal 500 mg. Other forms like cyanocobalamin is inactive form and need other factors in our stomach so that can be absorbed and this latter contains some toxicity which may be harmful to some with long period treatment.

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Sandy Says:

Re: patsy (# 16)

to get rid of your joint pain swing both your arms for half an hour twice a day for 6 harm months. No harm in trying and it is a form of exercise

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Iqbal Ahmed Says:

Im 49 old suffering sexual problem my pin is too short and not proper furnishing so how mathycoballl will support me

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Gilberto Says:
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Hi, I'm 45 years old, I have a lot of pain in my left leg on the sole of my foot, and I'm taking pills for pain and inflammation. Do I have to stop taking all kinds of medications in order to use methylcobalamin? I also have prediabetes. Is methylcobalamin available in intravenous form?

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Rao Says:

I have paralysis, my memory is lost, i am diabetic and taking insulin to keep blood sugar levels under control. Can I use the methocobalamin inj.?

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Husain Says:

I am suffering from sciatic nerve pain. Can I use methylcobalamin for sciatic nerve pain?

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