Pharex B1b6b12 Vitamins

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Verwon Says:

This is used to treat deficiencies in these vital nutrients, as well as conditions such as neuritis and neuralgia.

Since this is a vitamin, side effects are not studied extensively, but you may experience some things such as nausea and diarrhea.

Do you have any other questions?

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rodamae Says:

can i ask what are the possible medicine of granuloma found in chest xray?what are the good vitamins of the lungs?


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Gi Says:

hi, I wanna ask what are the possible adverse effect and side effect if i stop abruptly taking the B complex vitamins PHAREX? because when I stop taking the med i experiene headache for 3 consecutive mornings.

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Gi Says:

And may I ask you guys to recommend me an effective memory enhancer for my review? thanks

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josephine Says:

Is pharex b 12 vitamin of the mythelcobalamin form?

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mikaela Says:

Good morning. Am 59 years old and still working in a private company where i am in charge of admin and finance functions. Sometimes, when I look down, I get dizzy and the left side of my neck and head is sore and have a tingling sensation. I look up right away and massage my nape. My friends and daughter (who is a med tech) suggest that I take vit b complex like pharex. Am taking vit c and vit e and a food supplement of mx-3. Fortunatley, my executive check result last january, 2012 (fbs/sgpt/creatinin/xry/ecg/pap smear/lipid profile and other lab procedures had very good results.Will i take pharex vit b? if so, what is the dosage?

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rafael Says:

memo gold plus is a good one. it helped meon my work projects a lot.

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