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What is the difference between nervup injection 500mcg from Abbott Healthcare Pvt Ltd and methycobal injection 500mcg from Eisai Co., Ltd. ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Wed, Jan 07 '15, 10:36 PM
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what are the effects and side effects of nervup OD ## what is the treatment for nervup OD ## From what I was able to gather Nervup OD is classed as a vitamin, and is manufactured in India. Common side effects include nausea, vomiting and/or diarhea, rash, headache, hot sensation, Potentially Fatal: Anaphylactoid reactions (parenteral) Click on the link below to learn more... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## nervup od injection side effects and benfits ## Thanks for the info. its really helpful. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Sun, Nov 17 '13, 10:21 PM
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for what usage is this medicine? and what is the composition. ## From our resources, Nervup OD is a multivitamin supplement. It contains: alpha lipoic acid 100 mg, folic acid 1.5 mg, mecobalamin 1.5 mg, pyridoxine 3 mg Do you have any other questions? ## Where can you get Nerve Up. I have nerve damage in my lower back and legs due to Spina Bifida, Tethered Spinal Cord and surgery to release my Spinal Cord. I was having pain in my lower back and legs before surgery but not the same type pain I am having now. I have had physical therapy, taken various medications, tried the TENS Unit, did trial on SCS, Caudal and Epidural Injections, etc. and nothing has worked so far. Any help would be appreciated. ## This medicine we have continu for long or we can stop in betwen. Please also advise if ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Folic Acid.
Mon, Aug 10 '15, 11:39 PM
nervup od injection side effects and benfits
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nervup od injection side effects and benfits ## This is a multivitamin/mineral supplement, used to treat deficiencies in vital nutrients and believed to help with other conditions as well. However, that said, that has not been any study done to necessarily check for side effects as there are with regular prescription drugs. Some people who have the injections report irritation at the site where they received the shot and some nausea. The benefits are that they can help you health and prevent deficiencies in vital nutrients. Have you asked your doctor about it? ## I am 57years old diagnosed with hypo thyroid.taking eltroxin tab for the last 20 years. i have developed musular pain and weakness after taking atorvastatin for cholesteral problem,now i have stopped taking the same.please advi... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Atorvastatin.
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