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Neurobion Forte B1 B6 B12
Without a deficiency: There may be little benefit if you are not deficient. B6 has a toxicity state. Its one of the few water soluable vitamins that does. B12 deficiency often requires replacement bypass the GI tract (sublingual and intramuscular) as the problem generally is not an intake deficiency but rather a loss of ability to absorb it. Thiamine is rarely deficient: one has to be really malnourished. ...Read more
Doctor prescribe chymoral forte, fursultiamine compound, vitamin B1+B6+B12 for thigh swelling 1 month x ray of hip joint and lumbar clear. Effectivens?
Not sure.: As you are far away in a different country, & since practices vary by region, it's hard to guide you. I am not certain of your diagnosis. Chymoral Forte, to my knowledge, is chymotrypsin & trypsin, which are digestive enzymes. Unless there is some nutritional issue leading to swelling (protein deficiency?), I am not sure how the thiamine & vitamin supplements will help. Consider HealthTap Prime. ...Read more
Is it a good idea to take one big pill every day which contains Vit. A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B8, B9, B12, C, D, E & mg, zn, fe, cu, ca, I, mn and cr? If so, how long?
Vitamins: A good multivitamin is a good idea. It's like an insurance policy for when we don't eat right, don't sleep well, or are especially stressed. Go to a good store or get some guidance because the popular brands are typically very week and not helpful. The dose (read label and check that half or more of the ingredients are several 100 per cent above RDA. Dose more important than a long list. ...Read more
Vitamin B-1, B-6 B12:
Vitamins B-1, B-6 and B-12 each fill many different roles that support body’s metabolism, convert food into energy, help it produce essential substances, such as neurotransmitters, red blood cells and hemoglobin; and white blood cells that support the immune system.
Discuss with Physician your health status, any Vitamin deficiency and these benefits. ...Read more
I am 31 with elevated homosysteine (48) my wifes level is ok we r planning for babyis it safe with my elevated homosysteine. I am taking B12 B6 & folic?
Yes, however...: This should be safe. However, elevated homocysteine increases your risk of heart disease and stroke. This is genetic so your child may have high homocysteine which should be treated from a young age. You should add trimethylglycine to your program. Many with high homocysteine do better with the l-5-mthf form of folic acid- this can help depression too. Adjust doses until your levels come to normal. ...Read more
How does one go about lowering a high level of vitamin B12 of 1000? It has been that high since 2010. My B6 is also high - 33.4.
Comments: Am not personally troubled when my patients' B-12 comes back elevated, as it is truly unlikely that there will be any problem in near or distant future, but do have them stop the vitamin and recheck in 3 months. Although B-6 can be toxic in some patients, this too will drop over time if you stop it. Your level is not profoundly elevated, currently. ...Read more
I have been taking 200 mcg of B6 and 1000 mcg of B12 on a daily basis for some time now. Is this safe/beneficial to do along with a multivitamin?
Why take pills?: Why take pills surrounded by a sheath when you can get the vitamins naturally surrounded by other vitamins, enzymes, co-enzymes, precursors, activators, antioxidants and other synergistic nutrients? See http://ods. Od.Nih. Gov/factsheets/vitaminb6-healthprofessional/ for excellent natural sources of b6. For b12, look no further than wild fish like alaskan salmon. ...Read more
Can we take multivitamins with 100 % RDA daily and one neuroboin tab with each multivitamin. Neuroboib has b6, b12 and b1.Is it safe to take both?
Unneccessary: B vitamins are all water-soluble, so excess is excreted in the urine. Therefore, it is generally safe to take extra B-vitamins, but there is no medical reason to do so, unless you have been diagnosed with a deficiency or are at risk of a deficiency due to certain medications or conditions. In general, try to get your nutrients from healthy foods. ...Read more
You do not need to take B12 just because you are taking B6. You probably do not need to take either. Do you have any symptoms? Did a doctor prescribe any of these vitamins?
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Is taking B12 and B6 in pill form better then taking them in desolving stripes. And how much I take of both?
B Vitamins: B vitamins are water soluble and get absorbed quickly. Vit B12 might have problems being absorbed from the stomach if you have a history of gastritis and uclers, because they can destroy intrinsic factor which the stomach needs to absorb b12. If you have an ulcer history, use sublingual B12 (under the tongue) 1000mcg (1mg) daily is a good dose, and 50mg perday is a good dose for b6. ...Read more
Yes: But please remember that there are a great many non caloric nutrients in natural food. You can't pick out one two and give them priority. ...Read more
I started taking B6 and B12 on the 16 the of march and after having my period for a month it stopped and I only spotted for 2 days in feb why?
I am taking a l-methyl-b6-b12 daily. I recently had blood work done and my B12 level was 1600. Is this serious. Should I consult a hemotoligist?
How many pills of each a day should I take of folic acid, b6, B12 one dr gave me the mg of each just don't know how many a day for compound heterozygo?
MTHFR?: I am assuming your question got cut off and you have mthfr polymorphism? The number of pills would related to how many milligrams are recommended and you should be taking the methylated forms of folate (folic acid) and b12. You doctor may also know if you have specific deficiencies or health issues so you should contact your doctor. Mthfr. Net is a decent resource if you do have that issue. ...Read more
Can a dr. Or can you purchase vitamin b12-and B6 in injectable form for losing weight, and how or were can I do this?
I red that b12 (500mcg), b2 (25mg), b6 (25mg), folic acid (800mcg), tmg (500mg) helping to live longer. Is it true or i'll do damage?
Likely to help but..: No one can say for sure as studies on this have not been done, but the supplements you ask about (except b2) all help with methylation & reduce homocysteine. Theoretically this should increase longevity. B2 is an antioxidant that may also help. So no guarantees these will help you live longer, but chances are good they will, and they are unlikely to do any harm. ...Read more
I'd like for me to be injected by woman nurse. Which of B6 or B12 has the least side effects for injecting regularly? I don't have anemia. My HB is hi
R U looking for...: ... a date with this nurse, or do you believe there is some medical benefit to be gained by undergoing seemingly needless shots? No treatment, no matter how innocuous, is risk-free. Please re-think this strategy. ...Read more
I have never been able to have children. Nothing wrong with menstrual cycle, no cysts. I just started take B12 and B6 a month ago. Could that help?
I have anemia from 2 weeks. Hemoglobin HGB is 6.9 g/dl. I'm taking some vitamines (C, B1, B6, B12) but I don't want to be a fat lady. What can I do or take?
I am taking 1 vitamin tablet per day, containing b1, B6 and B12 for telogen effluvium. Is it harmful as I have ckd?
Listen to your body: Generally water soluble vitamins are safe if not given in excess dose. There is no evidence that vitamins help telogen effluveum. Take steps to improve your over-all health and especially your kidneys. See the book coping with kidney disease by mackensie walser. ...Read more
Hi drs.....What are the signs that indicate some one has B12 deficiency? Do vitamin b1+b6+b12 deficiency have the same signs as B12 deficiency?
Get checked: Glad you asked. B1 deficiency is rare in people on a diet anywhere close to normal, and b6 deficiency is even less familiar to medicine. B12 deficiency, by contrast, is famously subtle. It is likely to be relatively low in your diet if you're a vegetarian, and several common illnesses prevent its being absorbed through the gut. Simply feeling unwell or slowed mentally precedes the numb fingers. ...Read more
Can I take multivitamins that contains Vit. B1 Vit. B2 Vit. B6 Vit. B12 Nicotinamide Calcium Pantothenate and Vit. C while pregnant?
Yes, however...: Every prenatal multivitamin contains all of those and more so this is definitely safe. However, the most important vitamin in a prenatal is Folic Acid (ideally as folinic acid or L-5-MTHF), esp. Important in the first few weeks of pregnancy. Also eat greens and beans/lentils for folate (folic acid). ...Read more
I recently starting taking dr. Weil's multivitamin many of the dialy % is way over the maximum like vitamin b1, b6, b12, b2 vitamin C, is this ok?
Safe vitamins: All the "b" and c vitamins are water-soluble, so that your body will excrete any that it does not need. "% daily value" is a level the fda determines for preventing deficiencies, not to support optimal functioning. Amounts that exceed this "% daily value" would be what dr. Weil & company feel is more physiologically helpful and safe. For more about vitamin labels: http://tinyurl. Com/mpqbaj7. ...Read more
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