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Methylcobalamin Injection

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  • Posted By: BeeBee19
  • July 31, 2011
  • 07:26 AM

Hi to everyone from a newbie and I'm really hoping I'm in the right section!

I'm B12 deficient and am trying to find some methylcobalamin to buy over the net without prescription.

Yes, I have tried all the oral preparations but suffer badly with tooth sensitivity. I'm on the injectable at the moment but will run out shortly and would prefer to stick to something I know works for me.

I know one of the members on here either buys (or makes) his own but can see that he hasn't logged in for a few months.

If anybody has got any clues as to where I can look I'd appreciate the help.

Many thanks and better health!

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  • I suggest to try asking on the vitamin B12 deficiency thread where your post is more likely to be seen http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/showthread.php?t=9948&page=1676 I take at times B12 injections but of the hydroxocobalamin kind, i know some find methylcolbalamin works better for them. I have no idea what country you are in but Im in Australia and B12 ampules/injections can be gotten here without a prescription (its kept behind the counter thou) as long as the pharmacist believes you are on it with doctors advice (no letter etc needed)... thou many of them dont even ask one if one just asks for it and will give, no questions asked..
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  • I suggest to try asking on the vitamin B12 deficiency thread where your post is more likely to be seen http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/showthread.php?t=9948&page=1676 I take at times B12 injections but of the hydroxocobalamin kind, i know some find methylcolbalamin works better for them. I have no idea what country you are in but Im in Australia and B12 ampules/injections can be gotten here without a prescription (its kept behind the counter thou) as long as the pharmacist believes you are on it with doctors advice (no letter etc needed)... thou many of them dont even ask one if one just asks for it and will give, no questions asked..Many thanks, Taniaaust1I'll nip over to the right place!I'm actually in the UK so non of the B12 injections are available over the counter. Ridiculous situation!
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  • Hi to everyone from a newbie and I'm really hoping I'm in the right section!I'm B12 deficient and am trying to find some methylcobalamin to buy over the net without prescription. Yes, I have tried all the oral preparations but suffer badly with tooth sensitivity. I'm on the injectable at the moment but will run out shortly and would prefer to stick to something I know works for me.I know one of the members on here either buys (or makes) his own but can see that he hasn't logged in for a few months.If anybody has got any clues as to where I can look I'd appreciate the help.Many thanks and better health! amazon.com has many
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