Methycobal 500 Mg

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Should i take methycobal 500(white)..a 13 year old boy..for headaches? ## This is a nutritional supplement, not a medication, so its side effect profiles have not been studied and the only way it will help with headaches is if they are caused by a deficiency in this nutrient. Have you seen a doctor for the headaches? It is very important, if they occur often or are severe, that you find out what is causing them. ...
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Thu, Jan 06 '11, 3:06 PM
methycobal 500
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methycobal 500, is it a drug ? It is use for what purpose? ## It is actually Methylcobalamin and it is a form of vitamin b12. It is taken for vitamin b12 deficiency. There are other forms of Vitamin B12 as well, such as a form called Cyanocobalamin, but Methylcobalamin B12 is by far the most superior form of vitamin b12. ## I am a gastro paisant with deficiency of vitamin B12. I have now 265pg/ml of vitamin B12 and vitamin D3 of 16.1ng/ml.whattype of medician must i used? ## Dear,Dr, I am a gastro patient .I had visit that the CMC hospital Vellor Oct,2011 and used pantop 40 mg,Trytomer 10mg and epidisin medician for 3 months. After than when i left to take medician my problem repit now.My stomach is burning, gas formation is high,unfortunately i can't visit vellor imidiately because... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Fri, Jul 05 '13, 8:52 AM
Methycobal500 mg usage
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I am feeling pain in fingeres and hand (Right) while writing and also feel jerk, physician adviced my to have methocobal 500mg (1+0+1).. what do you suggest in this problem?? ## Methylcobalamin is a form of Vitamin B12 that is often used to treat various conditions, such as neuropathy. I can't diagnose what your problem is based on just the information you have posted on here. Did your doctor make any suggestion as to what may be causing it? Learn more: ## I have been consulted aroud three neuro physicians, they have diagnosed it "writer Cramp" and recommeded for MRI test. ## My suggestion is to look up Focal Dystonia. This is a disorder of the basal ganglia in the brain causing spasms, twisting etc of small specific areas. Writers cramp is a focal dystonia of the hand. Dyst... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Tue, Sep 27 '16, 11:42 AM
Methycobal 500mg Tablet
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Methylcobal 500 mg is taken for what. Does ot have any side effects ? Is it a substitute of Becosule capsules. Thanks ## Methylcobalamin is a form of Vitamin B12, so it is a nutritional supplement. And no, it is not a direct substitute for Becosule, because it is a multivitamin supplement. As a supplement, the side effect profiles for it are not studied, as is done for prescription drugs, however, some people do experience some nausea, after taking it. It is used to treat or prevent the conditions that can be caused by a deficiency in the nutrients that it contains. Are there any other questions? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Sat, Jun 25 '11, 11:00 AM
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I had Chikungunya in August 2016. I had then high fever and joint pain. Though fever subsided, joint pain continues even now (November 2016). For joint pain, the physician has prescribed me Methycobal Tablet 500 MG (twice a day after meals). My question is - is it the right medicine for joint pain? ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Tue, Nov 08 '16, 12:20 AM
Methycobal 500 Mg For What
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May I know if I can take methycobal 500mg for leg cramps & backaches.? Any side effect? Thank you. ## I have a pain in both of my hips which sometimes may it hard to walk.First I taugh it was back pain but then I realise it was from my hip. Could Baralgin help this problem. ## Airene, Methylcobalamin is a form of Vitamin B12, it is nutritional supplement, use to treat or prevent the problems that can arise from a deficiency in this vital nutrient. It may help, if your problems are caused by a lack of this nutrient in your diet. And, as a supplement, the side effect profiles for it have not been studied, as is done for prescription drugs, however, some people do report some nausea, after taking it. Milton have you consulted your doctor? Baralgin contains the active ingredient Metam... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Sun, Oct 08 '17, 2:52 PM
What Is Methycobal
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METHYOCOBAL 500 UG TABLE Please advise whether I can take a tablet dailyto boost my memory, while I am also taking warfarin 3.5 mg daily. Is there any interaction with the drug? ## Methylcobalamin is actually just a nutritional supplement, it's a form of vitamin B12. Learn more Methylcobalamin details here. As to taking it with the Warfarin, you should check with your doctor, before doing so. There has been some evidence to show that it may cause the Warfarin to be less effective. Learn more Warfarin details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I'm drinking methycobal now coz I have severe joints pain and numbness in my right hands,it can be treated with this..? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Warfarin.
Sat, Mar 29 '14, 11:25 AM
Causes For Taking Predmet 16 Mg & methycobal 500 mcg.
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my patient is suffering from a problem of the upper eyelid of left eye which could not be taken upwards normally with huge headache & pain in the said eye. ## Predmet contains the active ingredient Methylprednisolone, with is a corticosteroid, it can be used to treat allergic reactions, swelling and immune disorders. It can cause side effects, such as: nausea, dizziness, weight gain and fluid retention. More details: Methylcobalamin is form of Vitamin B12, so it is actually a supplement and not a drug. It is sometimes given to people with nerve pain, because a deficiency in this vital nutrient can cause or contribute to it. More details: Are there any comments or questions? ## i am 54 yrs old woman i on medication prednisolone 1 tab 2 times amitripline 1 tab n methycobal 1 tab 2 t... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Methylprednisolone.
Tue, Mar 22 '16, 9:31 PM
Methycobal 500 Mg should be taken under what conditions
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under what conditions one should take methycobal 500 mg what are the benifits and what are the side effects ## Methylcobalamin is just a nutritional supplement, which is a form of Vitamin B12, it is often given to people that suffer from various types of nerve pain, because a deficiency in this has been shown to contribute to and aggravate such conditions. As a supplement, the side effect profile for it has not been studied as is done for actual drugs, but some people have reported some nausea, after taking it. Learn more: Are there any other questions or comments? ## I have been diagnosed with Vitamin B12 Deficiency, :P Anemia..... I tried the injections but had so many side effects. Does anyone know if taking this B12 medication has the same effect as the injections, I am worried as I... ...
Updated 24 days ago in Zofran.
Wed, Oct 25 '17, 7:10 PM
Methylcobalamin Its uses
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Used for which illness ## central nerves system. sciatica problems. ## please letme know the benefit of methycobal 500mg ## I am under medication for hypertension and high cholestrol for over 7 years. Presently I am taking (1) 'Pregator' Capsules(combination of Pregabalin 75mg, Methylcobalamin 1500mcg, Alpha Lipoic Acid 200mg, Folic Acid 1.5mg, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride IP 3.0mg) of Micro Labs Ltd., (2) Altrip.10((altrovastalin Calcium 10mg) of Alembic Labs. and (3) Tazloc 80 (Telmisartan IP 80 mg.) etc. one each daily. When I happen not to take the Pregator any one day, the next day my joints get swelled and dizziness is felt all day. In my husband's observation on my everyday behavior is that I am getting over excited, and my response to the events, and while mingling with ... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Pregabalin.
Tue, Aug 02 '11, 12:05 AM

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