What is the difference in the various B12 injections???

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What is the difference in the various B12 injections???

Postby Knackersyard » Tue Dec 01, 2009 6:32 pm

I see there are several types of B12 injection available.

last week, I placed an order on the internet & then immediately found out about a certain Dr & by sheer luck, got to see him the next day. I now also have some B12 on the way from him too.


The stuff I ordered on the net is this :


B12 Injection
Generic Name: Vit B1 100 mg, Vit B6 50 mg, Vit B12 1000 mcg, D-Pantehnol 50 mg
US Brand : B12 Injection


I have a vial of Methylcobalamin on the way from the UK Dr, as well as some Methylcobalamin Subligual drops.


Also noticed this stuff :

VITAMIN B12 (Cyanocobalamin) FOR INJECTION 30ml


So which do you all use & why?

Thanks
Ian
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Postby anotherwithpa » Wed Dec 02, 2009 8:11 am

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