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... I fear needles and don't want to go this route. Has anyone been successful at sublingual therapy to correct low b12? ... (6 replies)
... Thats so great that it brought up your b12 blood levels. This is great news. I would like to know how it worked on reducing your symptoms? Did it get rid of the bad things that go along with b12 deficiency? How long did it take? (6 replies)
... Hi Jason. I have had great luck with the methylcobalamin under the tongue. ... (6 replies)

... Although my levels are good now I continue to take the methylcobalamin under the tongue everyday. Since your body gets rid of whatever you don't need it can only be a good thing, right! ... (6 replies)
... You'd have to make sure you're taking the right kind of sublingual. Methylcobalamin instead of the more common cheaper cobalamin. ... (5 replies)
Prenicious Anemia
Dec 22, 2004
... mg of dibencozide and 2 mg of methylcobalamin daily. ... (31 replies)
... Hi Tracygirl and thank you so very much for the reply again!:angel: i called around yesterday and nowhere had the strips, but some places had drops too, which i hear are pretty good. i also see there is an oral spray, it's just harder to track these down here i guess:mad: i have an appointment to get a shot monday now, and i will check with the dr about the methyl kind,... (10 replies)
... To answer your other question...........I have never taken the shots. I just thought I'd try the methylcobalamin and it worked wonders for me. ... (10 replies)
... didn't work for me so I take the other cobalamin along with B12 sublingual tabs. I lack the intrinsic factor in the stomach that aids in the absorption of B12. ... (22 replies)
... If you have neurological damage Methylcobalamin seems to be the most effective....... ... (12 replies)
... Some people have trouble converting the type of B12 in the shots (it's either cyanocobalamin or hydroxocobalamin) into the usable types by the body: methylcobalamin (used in brain and nerves) and adenosylcobalamin (Dibencozide--used by cells for energy production). I know a lady on another forum who had to have the shots every 4-5 days, even though she had to fight her... (21 replies)
... If you can't get often enough injections, consider sublingual methylcobalamin and/or the other good types (adenosylcobalamin, aka dibencozide; or hydroxocobalamin which gets converted into those 2 usable types). Do a google search for info on "nerve regeneration" and methylcobalamin. It is the type used by the nerves and in the brain. Adenosyl-B12 is used at the cellular... (5 replies)
... I'm taking sublingual methylcobalamin, and occasionally take a broad B vitamin complex instead, which also has vit C, E. ... (3 replies)
... hi tracy! thank you so much for the info and sharing! i just bought the twinlabs b-12 sublingual "dots"....i dind't know there were strips, and i didn't see any at the place i bought mine. do you happen to know the brand or where to get the strips??? please let me know, this is driving me insane! did you ever get shots? :) glad to know you are better, sucks it took that... (10 replies)
... So I've been taking my sublingual methylcobalamin lozenges for about a month now and while I have more energy, my other symptoms persist... ... (0 replies)
... I'm with you, Charlene...no liver and onions for me, though the onions (NOT cooked in the beef juice) would be OK, lol. The product description is "bioavailable iron", but I'm not sure at all what that means. I did order a bottle today out of curiosity; it was quite inexpensive. I also ordered some sublingual methylcobalamin (B12), Betaine HCL (for digestion/absorption),... (4 replies)
... you may be low just because you're not eating foods high in B12 so getting shots for a while or taking sublingual will help bring it back up! ... (22 replies)
... having sublingual methylcobalamin form of B 12 could solve it or not? ... (12 replies)
... jasonhoutx--- I am also scared of having injections but my B-12 level had reached 101, I was having all kinds of symptons and had totally lost my appetite and not eating anything. So I had to take 2 injections of B-12 a week for a month. I was so scared the first time, alot of which had to do with my low B-12, that I felt like I was going to pass out. The nurse was so... (6 replies)
... Thank you for your reply, no my B-12 is on the high end of range but maybe that is low for me. I don't know what I was before I got IDA. I will look around and ask about the strips. I want to at least give it a shot. It can't hurt anything. I had my B-12 tested again yesterday and I will see if it is going up due to my prenatal vitamins. How high do you keep your b-12?... (6 replies)


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