What Is The Difference Between Neurobion And Methylcobalamin

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shahzad Says:


I have severe muscle spasms in my upper back, by, and below my shoulder blade. It hurts to the touch. Which one of these medications (neurobion / methylcobalamin) is best to have?



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Verwon Says:

Neither one of these are actual medications, they are both just dietary supplements of vitamin B formulations, so there is no guarantee that either one will help.

The FDA warns that they may cause nausea, and diarrhea, due to their potency.

Have you checked with a doctor? Do you know what's causing the pain, and spasms? Are you on any other medications?

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