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Methylcobalamin is also useful for repairing damaged nerves in the body and preventing their further degeneration.
Methylcobalamin may help restore your body's supply of Vitamin B12.
It is recommended while taking Methylcobalamin, you do not drink alcohol, or at least restrict your intake.
You should notify your doctor if you are pregnant, planning for pregnancy, or already breastfeeding.
It is important to keep taking Methylcobalamin even if your symptoms have disappeared. Always follow your doctor's instructions about dosage and duration of treatment.
Your doctor may recommend that you take physiotherapy in addition to taking Methylcobalamin to alleviate your pain symptoms.
Frequently asked questions
No, you must consult your doctor before using Methylcobalamin during pregnancy. However, it is considered to be safe for usage.
No, you must consult your doctor before using Methylcobalamin for breastfeeding mothers. However, it is considered to be safe for usage.
Yes, it's likely safe to take Methylcobalamin in kidney disease patients. No modification to the dosage is recommended. If you have any problems, you should consult your doctor.
Yes, it's likely safe to take Methylcobalamin in liver disease patients. No modification to the dosage is recommended. If you have any problems, you should consult your doctor.
No, it is unlikely to affect fertility in either men or women. However, there is currently insufficient evidence to justify any clear conclusion. Consult your doctor for the most accurate information.
No, using it will not lead to the development of habitual actions. There have been no reports that withdrawal symptoms may appear when it is stopped. If you have any problems, you should consult your doctor.
No, drinking alcohol while taking this medicine lowers the effectiveness of medicines. Therefore, it is important to avoid alcohol completely and consult a physician before using Methylcobalamin.
Yes, it has been shown that patients with diabetes benefit from taking this medicine. You should consult a doctor before considering Methylcobalamin therapy if you have diabetes.
It is not recommended to use any antibiotics (such as neomycin and chloramphenicol), antituberculosis medications (such as aminosalicylic acid), heartburn medications (such as omeprazole and cimetidine), and gout medications (colchicine). Before using any prescription or over-the-counter medications, you must consult your doctor.
Do not use Methylcobalamin if you have an allergic reaction (hypersensitivity) to any of its components. Do not take this medicine if you consume alcohol. We recommend that you consult a doctor as soon as possible.
Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) is naturally present in foods derived from animals, such as fish, meat, poultry, eggs, milk, and goods derived from milk. However, enhanced morning cereals provide a highly bioavailable supply of Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) for vegetarians, as it is not naturally present in plant diets. Some varieties of nutritious yeast also include Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) in their ingredient lists.
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Methylcobalamin in other salts
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