Vitamin B12



Result Duration

6 Weeks

Treatment Time

30min - 1h

Back to work



6 Weeks

Potential Risk

Temporary mild redness and tenderness

What is the term vitamin B12?

Vitamin B12 is hydrophilic, also known as COBALAMIN, as it contains cobalt, responsible for good health. It plays an important role in different biological processes including not only growth and reproduction of nerve cells but also the production of DNA, blood and important proteins of body. It also provides enough energy to brain to work efficiently.

From where do we get vitamin B12?

Vitamin B12 cannot be produced in human body. So we need to take it from our environment to help our body work properly. It is naturally find in animals and we get them in the form of meat, eggs, fishes, butter, cheese, yogurt, milk etc. People, who do not like to take these animal products through their diet, may have to face the B12 deficiency, for such people B12 vitamins are added to cereals or grains. 

Why is there a need of vitamin B12 injections?

As human body cannot produce these vitamins, the improper or unhealthy diet may cause its deficiency. The deficiency may also occur due to the improper functioning of your stomach that causes mal-absorption of B12 vitamins. This will cause body weakness, constipation memory problems, spotting and the change in skin tone.

There are many ways to make up this deficiency through oral supplements or injections. It will depend upon the natural process of one’s body to absorb these vitamins from tablets. About 20% of nutrients are allowed to enter the blood stream after absorption that is insufficient for the maintenance of proper body functioning. So, vitamin B12 injections are considered to be the better way for B12 vitamin intake than that of oral supplements. Due to this direct supply, the body cells absorb nutrients quickly and directly from blood stream, which results in earlier better responses.

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How the vitamin B12 injections are introduced?

Vitamin B12 injections are introduced into a muscle or underneath the skin. Your doctor will recommend the dosage depending upon the age, dietary habits and other aspects including pregnancy or breastfeeding. If you are suffering from pernicious anemia, your doctor will prescribe you to take these injections throughout your life.

Although folic acid is useful in the maintenance of RBCs in this disease, yet vitamin B12 deficiency will not be treated folic acid alone. So, it is needed to follow the recommendations of your doctor. And if you took overdose in greed of getting better and quick results, it may cause poison in your body.

For injection, use the syringe and needle only one time and dispose them off after use. Prevent the medications from heat and direct sunlight and keep them at dry surface.

What benefits do we get from vitamin B12 injections?

Vitamin B12 injections improve the health from physical, mental and emotional aspects.

  • Anti-aging: B12 vitamins produces new blood cells. It is helpful in improving skin tone and gives skin a fresh and young look. This also prevents the skin from acne, untimely wrinkles and provides a shiny look.
  • Increase in energy level: B12 enhances the energy level by increasing the conversion of food into energy by maintaining the digestive system. Due to this, the tiredness will decrease and the person will feel active and younger.
  • Others: Vitamin B12 injections not only improve the immune system, reduces stress level, risk of cardiac and neurological diseases but also boost up the brain power to remember everything.
Is there any side effect of using B12 injections?

Although vitamins B12 are considered safe, yet they may cause some serious side effects including heart problems, diarrhea, breathing problems or swelling in any part of body. Sometimes, these may also cause blood cancer.

Vitamin B12 also react with other medications, so for better results, it is necessary to inform your doctor about the injections of B12 that you are taking.

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