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Could I Still Take A B12 Injection If It Is Expired By 6months
Yes, safe, but...: The expiration date on meds is the time limit that the dosage potency is guaranteed. After that time, the potency may be less (but often is not). It is the rare drug (some types of tetracycline) that become toxic if outdated. Nevertheless, a pharmacy can not dispense, and a physician is not supposed to administer a medicine beyond its expiration date. ...Read more
Check w/ pharmacist: How expired are the injections? What is the solution they are in? Sometimes products are ok to use after the expiration date for a short time but less potent. ...Read more
My dad is 79. On B12 injections every 3 months and has a test score of 225. Should he take oral B12 supplements as well as he is still having sympto?
No: If he is getting regular b12 shots the oral is unlikely to help more ...Read more
If i take the b12&hcg(heard the hCG is from a cow) injection w/o rx, will that increase my fertitlity?, can it still work?&effective for me2 conceive?
My B12 was at 109. I had no anemia and my CBC reports were normal. I've just completed an injection course and have to continue with oral supplements now. There's been an improvement but I still get tired easily. How long does it take for symptoms from de
B12 injection: With B12deficiency injection works better unless you are vegetarian ...Read more
How long does it take feel better after b12 shot still feeling weak headache sleepy is it possible in any case that injections now work no tsh normal?
Rapid: If you are B12 deficient, the anemia will improve and reticulocyte count rise within a week. If your have a neurologic deficit, you'll notice an improvement in a week or two. If you're being given B12 as a placebo or part of a "natural healing" scheme, there's no answer as it's not benefiting you beyond the power of suggestion. Be sure you understand why and whether it's long-term. ...Read more
No: If you can absorb B12 normally, this should be part of your regular oral nutritional supplement. Vegetarians may also do well to take iron, vitamin D and a few others. If and only if you have a problem absorbing B12, for example if you've had pernicious anemia, do you take monthly B12 shots. ...Read more
Please do what your: doc says. If you use sublingual B 12 I don't see any necessity for shots for the average person. If you swallow B 12 you will still need shots because oral B 12 is not nearly as well metabolized as sublingual. Peace and good health. Extreme heat may destroy B 12. ...Read more
No: If you experience side effects, you can discontinue the medication and the side effects will subside. ...Read more
I had B12 injection 2 days ago. Can I continue to take B12 sublingual 5000mcg daily or should I wait? I forgot to ask my Dr. My level was 205.
No harm in taking: You B12 level is at the low end of normal. Taking B12 sublingually will not do any harm, but since you had an injection, you, in all likelihood, do not need to. ...Read more
I'm b12 deficient I receive injections once a month but I am still echausted. Is there some law or guideline that says I can't have injections once a ?
Need more info: B12 injection once a months is likely to be sufficient to take care or normal needs. There may be an other reason for you exhaustion. Could you be depressed? It would be prudent to discuss that with your doctor as effective treatment is available for depression. Depression is due to chemical imbalance in the brain and is not a moral failing. You may consult this site for info: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/depression/basics/symptoms/CON-20032977 ...Read more
How much time does neuropathy take to reslove I have taken a vit B12 injection then too its not getting solved?
See details: Most neuropathies do not resolve. They may improve with time but they improve very slowly. ...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
Can b12 return? diagnosed with deficiency last yr, 150pg. course of 6 injections over 2 weeks then pills + levels back up to 500. Still feel bad
Not B12 now: Look for some other cause of your feeling bad if your blood levels are normal. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with low b12 (147) after suffering from neuropathy. Dr prescribed injections over 5 days. How long will it take to see improvement?
Vitamin B12 is a water soluble vitamin, and excess of the vitamin is excreted in the urine. It requires other factors in the body for proper absorption. Significant measurable effects , provided no other factors limiting it's proper metabolism, are typically seen after one month of treatment.
(Reference:http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/921616) ...Read more
Take effect?: I'm not sure what you mean by 'take effect.' the only indication for vitamin B12 injection is for people with severe B12 deficiency or those who are unable to absorb B12 from their diet. That applies to very few people. If you're being given B12 injections for 'energy, ' you should be aware that's it's a commonly administered placebo. ...Read more
12 mths ago B12 was 155ng/L recent test result 145ng/L dont take B12 supplements so as to get true reading do i need B12 injections soon?
You may try oral B12 first, if that does not raise the level, then you would need injection of B12.
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Practice safe sex. ...Read more
I am B12 deficient and I take injections.
I think I might be allergic to red meat as every time I eat it I get diahrrea. What could this mean?
Lots of things: Your physician might do well to test you for maldigestion / malabsorption / steatorrhea, especially if are also intolerant to other fatty foods. This might explain both your B12 deficiency and your diarrhea after eating red meat. I'm glad you're a good observer of your body, and wish you success with this inquiry. ...Read more
I have pernicious aneamia and recieving B12 injections hydroxycobalamin every 3 months but still getting palpatations on a regular basis?
Tinnitus(highly) & dizziness(highly) after vit B12 im injection(first time), i felt some better after 5 minutes, now 30 minuts still dizziness.
B12 harmless: The B12 itself injected into the body should not cause tinnitus and/or dizziness or any other toxicity. I doubt there were any other substances in the bottle of B12 that you reacted to either. Check with your pcp first and if symptoms persist see an ENT specialist(otolaryngologist) or a neurologist for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
What test do I need to take to see if I am vitamin B12 deficient as well as what kind of dr administers the injections? Where can I go? Need help!
Simple blood test: Any lab can administer this test. Injections are the least preferred method to get sufficient vitamin b12. Get it from food such as wild salmon, sea kelp, and other sea vegetables. Don't let someone stick you with a needle if you can avoid it. Just a way to make money for some doctors and other health care providers. ...Read more
Once you have a B12 deficiency and take monthly injections, will that be the case for the rest of your life or will you be able to stop injections?
B12 deficiency: Unfortunately, you will need to take B12 lifelong. To stop would put you at risk for anemia and severe neurologic problems like neuropathy, difficulty with balance and walking, "megaloblastic madness", and death. Sometimes, patients can take high doses of vitamin B12 1-2 mg orally once daily instead of the shots. Ask your doctor if this is possible for you. ...Read more
I am on B12 injections I have anemia but still getting palpitations all day is this normal thanks?
I've been trying to concieve for quite a while with no luck i get B12 injections every 2 months would it be ok for me to take baby asprin?
Probably not: Aspirin is rated "d" as a medication during pregnancy, meaning that it presents a known risk to the baby. And in general, the early part of pregnancy is very important to protect because of all the major organ development in the baby during that time. There may be some situations where taking Aspirin would be worth the risk, but i would definitely explore that with your healthcare provider first. ...Read more
Isn´t it strange to still have hematomas (+very mild pain if pressed) in the injection sites (both buttocks) after 9 months since last B12 injection?
Yes: Pain from intramuscular injections do not usually last that long. ...Read more
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