Q: Has anyone had success with Immunical or B12 injections for Multiple Sclerosis?
If not, what have you had success with when it comes to treating symptoms related to walking, etc?
A: When I have paralysis I take steroids. For the general weakness and clumsiness, I don’t take anything, I just adapt.
There are several clinical trials at various stages studying antibiotic therapy and MS (Vitamins D3 and E). They are in stage Phase I and II. Phase I tests a new drug/treatment on a small group to evaluate its safety, determine safe dosage range, and identify side effects.
In Phase II, the study drug or treatment is given to a larger group to see if it is effective and to further evaluate its safety.
A good neurologist should rule out a Vitamin B12 deficiency before they diagnose you with MS. They may also check your B12 level periodically when you are having flairs. If your B12 level is normal, you do not need a supplement. Here is a link for info on vitamins, minerals, and herbs:
Q: Im getting B12 injections – how long until i feel better?
I’ve had cfs for many years and my new doc has attributed it to low magnesium and particularly, low b12. I got my first shot 2 weeks ago, with 2 more additional shots to proceed monthly. i feel only slightly better but that could also be due to a reduction of stress in my life.
Anyways, how long does this normally take to increase my b12 and start feeling significant benefits?
A: It should happen almost immediately. Talk with your doctor.
Q: Do B12/lipotropic pills work as well as the B12/lipotropic injections?
And if you take pills instead of injections, how many milligrams (mg) of each (methionine, inositol, choline, B12) should I look for in the tablets?
A: You should ask a Doctor or pharmacist with regards to this matter, just to be safe.
Q: Where can someone get B12 injections in Boston, MA?
I am looking to loose a couple of pounds and a friend of mine who lives out of state told me about B12 injections and I currently live in Boston and I am looking to get the injections there.
A: I’ve never heard of patients getting B12 shots loosing weight.
Having said that, most family doctors can give them.
Q: Do I need b12 injections for my depression?
I have a depression it took me while to admit it and see a professional, besides therapy the doctor suggested b12 injections and gave me the first one, it hurt me terribly and I cried (I am 30 and I am not needle phobic) but I am overly sensitive to pain b’cause of my depression.My doctor said, It s up to me to decide if I want to have the injections or not…Will b12 really help?Do you think I should have those injections
A: yes it will help… B12 is a vitamin that gives you energy and makes you feel better…
Vitamin B12 B good!
Q: Do you still get B12 injections while pregnant?
I have pernicious anemia and get B12 shots bi-weekly as the vitamins in food and oral vitamins do not absorb in my system. Is it safe for me to get these when pregnant? Just wanted to hear from others as to whether they are getting or did get them while pregnant…I’m,not pregnant yet but plan to start trying in a couple of months! Thanks for your help
A: well if that what u need then yea but once u get preg ur doc would suggest what he thinks is best cause it its low right now when u get preg its going to get much lower baby will take it all and ur going to be drained but ur doc discuss it with u
Q: some people told that putting B12 injections frequently will affect our body.is it true?
i.e.,twice in a month.
A: Hi Padma!
Well, it is important for you to consult a registered medical practitioner before taking the injection to determine whether it suits your body requirements or not. It is also important for you to take note if you are suffering from any allergies or hypertension. Also people on strict vegetarian diet require higher doses. So, best is you consult your gaenecologist.
Please don’t be stressed. Be positive in your thoughts-very important. Get well soon. God bless.
Q: Are there any side effects to B12 and Lipotropic injections for weight loss?
I was considering getting the injections but I’d like to know if there are any bad side effects. Thanks for all your detailed answers in advance! It’s more than appreciated.
A: The formula for losing weight is easy – consume less and exercise more – the issues arise when we really try to put that into operation! There are lots of temptations in the big wide world aren’t there?! The sole method which definitely showed results for me is wu-yi tea, it can be viewed in the resource box underneath, they have a few free trials in stock, it has been reported in Fox News and CNN. I worked off 30 pounds, it definitely does produce results!
Q: Has anyone tried b6 or b12 injections for weight loss?
I am beginning this new weight loss program since I just delivered 10wks ago. It consists of b-6 and b-12 injections. My friend lost 50pds on this type of program! Has anyone tried this?
A: Vitamins will not help you loose weight. While they have benefits (b12 helps with circulation which helps boost metabolism) the only way to LOOSE weight is to control fat and calorie intake and to BURN it through exercise. Please do not depend on these shots as your only line of losing weight…..
Good luck to you
Q: Can I give myself B12 injections?
I have a diagnosed B12 deficiency. I got monthly B12 injections in the past, but not for years now. My current doc doesn’t do the shots; she has me on a sublingual liquid. I can tell, though, that my levels are not where they should be.
I’ve seen, online, that you can purchase the serum (and needles) for home injection.
Is this legal, without a prescription? Does anyone do this? Results?
A: The B12 injections are prescription only. If you were to get a valid prescription for the injections and needles, you can do it at home.
It is never legal to have a prescription drug without a prescription.
Q: Does anyone know about the risk with b12 injections use to lose weight?
A: There aren’t really any risks unless your levels go too high, but there isn’t much of a benefit either. Despite the stuff you read online, vitamin b12 actually increases your appetite. Most doctors who work at diet centers only use it to make money off of you. Same reason they use HCG, that doesn’t work either.
Q: has anyone used lipotropic b12 injections?
iam trying to lose weight and its very difficult i have lost a total of 11 pounds in almost 2 months. but iam looking in those lipotropic b12 injections has anyone used them? and if so how well did it work for you and how long did it take for you to start losing weight . i need help. please and thanks =]
A: well i was taking that shot for about a year the b12 shot really does work i lost 8lb every two weeks so in 2months i had already lost 32lb its pretty good f you want to lose weight fast hope this info works
Q: Is it safe 4 me 2 take st johns wart while im on B12 injections?
I have a B12 vitamin def, and have injections every 3 months, im feeling run down and was wondering if it is safe 2 take st johns wart at the same time.
DR FRANK IF UR THERE HELP ME OUT PLZ
A: What does John’s Wart do for you?
these health stores are really a billion dollar racket and do little if anything for you. Make money.
They can’t do much harm though.
Q: Has anyone tryed the Methyl B12 injections?
For autism spectrum disorders? If so how long did it take to start working, tommarow will be my 3rd shot and so far i havent seen any changes. Im very unsocial, dont make eye contact. etc..
A: Methyl B12 injections?There have been times in my life when that has been what the doctor chose to do. They hurt a little and the instant the stuff goes into my arm I can taste liver. But it bypasses the stomach. If I am getting along fine on the pills I wouldn’t bother, but it is always there as a fall back.I hope it works for you, I know what it’s like to want to try everything you hear good things about!
Take care as always!!
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