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Unlikely: Cerefolin is more like a vitamin so it is unlikely to cause confusion. When one has dementia, confusion can come and go. That being said, if there is an increase in confusion shortly after taking it and this doesn't happen at other times and continues to happen with use perhaps there is something specific about the person and the formulation that doesn't agree. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
By doctor prescribed me cerefolin he said it helps for OCD, is that true? please explain why it would help. thanks
Maybe.: Vitamins in cerefolin, vitamin b12, folic acid are believed to be important in the production of the neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine. Especially the former. The police says, that's by providing more vitamin b12, it enhance its production of serotonin and that's help with OCD symptoms. It is worth a try. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My doctor put me on cerefolin nac 3 tablets per day. Is that a normal dose? I saw where it is usually 1 tablet a day.
Multivitamin: Cerefolin is a prescription med containing 5.6 mg folic acid, 2 mg of vitamin B12 and 600 mg of n-acetylcysteine. It is approved by the food and drug administration for treatment or prevention of vitamin deficiencies. The dosage is to be determined by individual doctors. You must chat with your physician. If cannot, get second opinion. It is not likely to be harmful. ...Read more
My doctor prescribed me cerefolin for ocd, is it true it works for ocd, please explain me how it works for it, thanks?
Can I take prescription iron 325mg w/ my other meds in same gulp (Zoloft, Prevacid, (lansoprazole) cerefolin) & with meal?
Yes: None of these medications should cause problems when taken together. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Which vitamins/supplements are in cerefolin? Is it safe to take a vitamin b complex & multi vitamin with it?
See below: Cerefolin contains B12, folate, (folic acid) Riboflavin and pyridoxine. You may take Vitamin B complex and muti-vitamin with and you will be taking some of the same vitamins multiple times. Unless you have a specific condition and/or deficiency of a particular vitamin taking vitamin supplements has not been shown to improve health. ...Read more
B-12: A critical B vitamin which has many metabolic and chemical roles within the central and peripheral nervous system. Important in numerous chemical pathways. Low or absent levels can cause dementia, anemia, imbalance, peripheral neuropathy, and can be secondary to autoimmune or infectious issues affecting the gastric cells. ...Read more
Forever: You can take it forever (you simply urinate out the excess) but most people don't need it. ...Read more
Which form of B12 is best for shots/injections and why?
Usually Methyl but..: One thing is clear- Cyano is worst- it has small amounts of cyanide the body must detox & convert it to an active form; little is converted. Methyl is the active form, esp. good for those with MTHFR mutations & neurological symptoms & best for most. Some do better with Hydroxo. Experts agree Hydroxo better than Cyano but haven't seen many comparisons of Met vs. Hydr.See http://tinyurl.com/pp5a8zb ...Read more
Pernicious aenemia is it ok to take B12 5000mg methylcobalamin tablets in between B12 3mothly injections? Thanks
YES: B12 injections should be adequate but it is definitely ok to take tablets too- there is no known toxicity from too much b12. For best results your injections should also be methylcobalamin, next best hydroxycobalamin. Avoid cyanocobalamin- see http://www.Naturalnews.Com/032766_cyanocobalamin_vitamin_b-12.Html. ...Read more
I have been taking methylcobalamin sublingual daily 1000mcg am and 1000mcg om and symtoms keep getting worse almost can't function. What else can Ido?
What symptoms?: 2,000mcg daily is a lot of vitamin B12. You didn't mention what/which symptoms are getting worse, so it's time to go see your Family Doc for thorough evaluation, including indepth history & examination plus labs as deemed appropriate. Check out http://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements/vitamin-b12/safety/hrb-20060243, http://www.drugs.com/sfx/vitamin-b12-side-effects.html & http://goo.gl/IwWC25. ...Read more
Similar: The methyl form is biologically active, and will directly interact with receptors, but in most cases, the body will convert the other form readily, so in the end, there is equivalency. ...Read more
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Methylcobalamin: Methylcobalamin is by far the best form of vitamin b12. This is the co-enzymated active form that our bodies use. When we take Cyanocobalamin our bodies must first convert it into methylcobalamin, so it is better to take the active form and save your body the trouble of making this conversion. See http://www.Naturalnews.Com/027045_vitamin_b12_cyanocobalamin_methylcobalamin.Html. ...Read more
My B12 was 98 My doc gave me 10 methylcobalamin inj. and told me take one every month for 6 months and one every year. Can u tell why?
For what?: Why are you supplementing? Were you told you have a deficiency? Are you pregnant or planning on getting pregnant in the not too distant future? You can get B12 naturally from wild fish like salmon and you can get folate (folic acid) aturally from green vegetables and whole grains. Get your vitamins naturally when ever you can. ...Read more
Cobalamin: Cyano c. is inactive form. Hydroxy c. is natural form. Methyl c. is an active form. Adenosyl c. is also an active form of c. but unlike the others, it is not available by injection. ...Read more
Methylcobalamin: Methylcobalamin is by far the best form of vitamin b12. This is the co-enzymated active form that our bodies use.When we take Cyanocobalamin or hydroxycobalamin our bodies must first convert these into methylcobalamin, so it is better to take the active form and save your body the trouble of making this conversion.See my comment for a link to more info:. ...Read more