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Medicine For Cyanocobalamin Allergy
Nominally B12Allergy: which is essentially not possible. Cyanocobalamin is the technical name for B12, like all vitamins, a single molecule used as an tool aid for certain enzymatic reactions & so common in stuff from nature which humans have long eaten that humans have not maintained every gene to make all protein enzymes to make out of other molecules, typically missing only one. Allergy to vitamin itself impossible. ...Read more
which is essentially not c/w staying alive. Cyanocobalamin is the technical name for B12. Like all vitamins, it is a single molecule used as an tool/aid for specific enzymatic reactions & so common in stuff from nature which humans have long eaten that humans have not maintained every gene to make all protein enzymes to make out of other molecules; typically missing only a ...Read more
Been sick four years .collapsed twenty times. Staph infection, loss of hair , low cortisol .vitamin B12 deficiency , food allergies .feel cold, very ?
See an: infectious disease doctor. Vitamin B12 deficiency is easy to treat. Use sublingual B 12 tabs, not the kind you swallow. If you know what foods you are sensitive to avoid them. Many health issues today are lifestyle related. You can manage a lot of this. Peace and good health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
B12 1000mcg: !000mcg B12 daily will help.Get a more detailed answer ›
Can vitamin B12 supplement be taken along with PCECV rabipur ARV? is there any precaution to be taken during anti rabies shot?(food wise/Drug wise)?
Yes: You can take Vit B12 with your anti-Rabies vaccine Rabipur. There are no special precautions of foods or otherwise, required while completing the series of shots. Just take them on time as advised by ur physician. ...Read more
I am getting white hair very early & quickly compared to my elder brothers. Is vitamin B12 or can you advise on medicine that can sustain my melanin.
I have an unopened vial of cyanocobalamin that is a couple years expired. What would happen if I used it?
DO NOT USE IT: Never use expired medication for any purpose, especially injectable medications. ...Read more
Different forms B-12: They are different forms of vitamin b-12. ...Read more
No, however...: A famous saying is "the poison is in the dose." Cyanide naturally occurs in trace amounts in many foods including almonds, soy and spinach. The amount of cyanide when we metabolize cyanocobalamin is tiny and it's detoxified by our body. However, we need to convert it to the active form, methylcobalamin, so better to take that form so we don't have to convert it and not waste our detox resources. ...Read more
Cynacolabamin: It is methylcobalalmine gets absorped much faster and will be my choice. ...Read more
Avoid cyanocobalamin: Cyanocobalamin is a cheap synthetic form of B12 that does release cyanide when metabolized by our bodies. The amount of cyanide is small and our bodies can detoxify it, but our bodies have to work to convert Cyanocobalamin to methylcobalamin, the active form. It is far better to take the methylcobalamin form. See http://www.Naturalnews.Com/027045_vitamin_b12_cyanocobalamin_methylcobalamin.Html. ...Read more
What are the differences between vitamin B12 methylcobalamin, cyanocobalamin, and methylcyanocobalamin?
See below: The body needs to methylate B-12 so it becomes biologically active to engage in chemical reactions, so the methylated forms are in that category, and the other would need chemical transformation to be active. Lately, there seem to be some concerns regarding safety and efficacy of the cyanocobalamin, but not a proven fact. ...Read more
Does being a recreational endurance athlete have an impact on the dose of cyanocobalamin I should take monthly (have b12 deficiency).
You don't say if you: are B12 deficient due to pernicious anemia, and consequently, take B12 by injection in high oral supplement doses. The ability, or lack of ability, to absorb B12 in the stomach is the most important determinant of dose. Usual supplement dosage is 1-2 mg/day. I could find no evidence that this needs to be increased or modified in the circumstance of endurance training and competition. Monitor level ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I read somewhere : B12 is stored as cyanocobalamin in our liver. If the above read is true, then why are we asked to take methylcobalamin form of b12?
Methylated B12: is more bio-available, easier to absorb, than B 12. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Why do you wish to take a multivitamin, as recent studies suggest people have worse outcomes when they do take vitamins in that form. Also, many of the standard multivitamins do not dissolve in the gut, so not absorbed. Methylcobalamin is the biologically active form, and is present in medical foods, prescription items, but may be available in health food stores. ...Read more
Nothing: Why would you use this???? It is probably low potency. B12 is cheap. Why inject it? Most patients today are given a daily 1000mcg "nugget" to swallow. It is cheap and completely free of side effects. What is the indication? This is a long-term therapy, not an occasional treatment. ...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
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
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more