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Does methycobol injection raise blood pressure in a previously normal person with normal blood pressure reading?

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Dr. Susan Rhoads
Family Medicine

In brief: No.

Methylcobol is Vitamin B-12.
It does not cause high blood pressure. If you were very anemic from a Vit. B-12 deficiency, once that is corrected, you may now have high blood pressure which was not noticeable before. However, a one time elevated blood pressure does not mean you have hypertension, which is diagnosed by elevated blood pressures most of the time not just once in a while.

In brief: No.

Methylcobol is Vitamin B-12.
It does not cause high blood pressure. If you were very anemic from a Vit. B-12 deficiency, once that is corrected, you may now have high blood pressure which was not noticeable before. However, a one time elevated blood pressure does not mean you have hypertension, which is diagnosed by elevated blood pressures most of the time not just once in a while.
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