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How and Where to Buy Vitamin B12 Injection Online?
You can buy Vitamin B12 Injection and other Vitamin Supplements
online through our Canadian International Pharmacy at huge savings. Make sure you have a valid prescription from your doctor. At Canadian Pharmacy World, your health is our priority. You can place the order online, by mail, by fax or toll-free over the telephone at 1866-485-7979.
How Much Does Generic Vitamin B12 Injection Cost?
The cost of generic Vitamin B12 injection 1000mcg/ml is around $90.35 for 25 ml, according to Drugs.com, depending on the pharmacy you visit. At Canadianpharmacyworld.com, we offer the generic Vitamin B12 injection 1000mcg/ml, 30 ml for $35.99. Our lowest price for the generic Vitamin B12 injection 1000 mcg/ml is from Canada, the quantity of 3 by 30 ml vials is $77.99, ($26.00 per 30 ml vial).generic Cyanocobalamin 1000 mcg/ml
, 10 ml vial from Canada, as low as $31.99 per vialgeneric Cyanocobalamin 1000 mcg/ml
, 5 x 1 ml ampoules from Turkey, as low as $22.00 per unit
Are There Alternative Names for the Brand and Generic Vitamin B12 Injection?
The generic equivalent of Vitamin B12 Injection is Cyanocobalamin. It comes from Canada and is manufactured by Sandoz.
What Dosages and Forms is Vitamin B12 Injection available in?
The generic equivalent of Vitamin B12 Injection (Cyanocobalamin) is available in the dosage form of 1000 mcg/mL in 30 mL vial.
What is Vitamin B12 Injection used for?
Vitamin B12, also known as Cyanocobalamin, is used for the prevention and treatment of low levels of Vitamin B12 in the blood. Vitamin B12 is needed to maintain good metabolism, health of blood cells and nerves. Serious Vitamin B12 deficiency can result in decreased number of red blood cells (anemia), stomach or intestinal diseases and permanent nerve damage. Vitamin B12 deficiency can also result from poor nutrition, cancer, HIV, during pregnancy, old age, due to alcoholism. Conditions such as atrophic gastritis (thinning of the stomach lining), Pernicious anemia (which makes it harder for your body to absorb Vitamin B12), Intestinal diseases such as crohn’s disease, celiac disease, bacterial growth and immune system disorders such as Grave’s disease or lupus can lead to Vitamin B12 deficiency in the body. People who follow a strict vegan diet can also get Vitamin B12 deficiency. Symptoms of low levels of Vitamin B12 in your body include anemia, weakness, fatigue, heart palpitations, pale skin, constipation, diarrhea, bloating, loos of appetite, nerve problems such as tingling or numbness, muscle weakness, loss of vision, mental problems such as changes in mood and depression. It is important to use this medicine exactly as prescribed by your doctor or pharmacist. The dosage of the Vitamin B12 tablets will be decided by your doctor based on your medical condition, your laboratory values and your response to the treatment.
What Are The Possible Side Effects of Vitamin B12 Injection?
Some of the serious side effects of Vitamin B12 include serous allergic reaction, narrowing or blocking of blood vessels, thrombocytosis (a disorder where your body produces too many platelets), low potassium levels in body, pulmonary edema (a condition where there is excess fluid in the lungs) and congestive heart failure. Some common side effects of Vitamin B12 include headache, nausea, anxiety, nervousness, diarrhea, swelling, infection, severe itching of skin, loss of coordination and balance. These are not all the possible side effects of Vitamin B12 Injection. In case of any unexpected effect, consult your healthcare professional as soon as possible.
No adverse effects have been reported with ingestion of normal daily requirements during pregnancy. Vitamin B12 is distributed into the milk of nursing women in concentrations that approximate the maternal blood vitamin B12 concentration. No adverse effects have been reported with intake of normal daily requirements during lactation.
Are there any Precautions and Drug interactions for Vitamin B12 Injection?
Do not take Vitamin B12 Injection if you:
• Are allergic to Vitamin B12, cobalt, or any other ingredients in the tablets
• Have hereditary optic atrophy (loss of some or most of the nerve fibers in the optic nerve)
Vitamin B12 Tablets should not be used in newborns.
Before taking Vitamin B12 Injection, inform your doctor if you:
• Are allergic to Vitamin B12 or cobalt
• Have any other food or medicine allergies
• An eye disease called as Leber's optic neuropathy
• A slow growing blood cancer where your bone marrow makes too many red blood cells (polycythemia vera)
• Gout (high uric acid levels in body)
• Iron or folic acid deficiency anemia
• Low potassium levels in your blood
It is important to tell your healthcare professional about all other medicines that you have taken recently including any kind of supplements and non-prescription drugs.
Medicines which can decrease the absorption of Vitamin B12 include:
• Colchicine (a medicine used to treat gout)
• Metformin (an anti-diabetic agent)
• Excessive Alcohol
• Vitamin C products. Patients should avoid ingesting large amounts of vitamin C within 1 hour of oral vitamin B12 administration
• Extended release potassium products
• Antibiotics such as gentamicin, neomycin, tobramycin
• Anti-seizure medications such as phenobarbital, phenytoin, primidone
• Medicines used to treat heartburn like H2 blockers such as cimetidine and proton pump inhibitors such as omeprazole
• Antacids such as ranitidine, cimetidine
Vitamin B12 Injection Storage and Safety Information
Vitamin B12 tablets should be in a cool and dry place. The medication should be kept out of sight and reach of children.
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