Vitamin B12 injections have long been the only treatment for pernicious anemia. The disease is called pernicious (deadly), because before scientists first isolated B12 (after which, shots became available), it was lethal. As a result, B12 injections give new life to PA patients who would otherwise decline day after day until the disease killed them.
We get lots of emails about B12 shots:
Yes, if you’re diagnosed with pernicious anemia, you absolutely need them. Yes, it’s better if you inject daily. No, you can’t overdose, since B12 is water-soluble and any excess will be out in your urine in no time. And besides, what happens if you inject B12 wrong?
We created this mini-guide to elaborate on each and every question asked by our readers. We update it all the time with new questions and answers.
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Many of our readers find it very difficult to source B12 shots. Doctors consistently deny them from pernicious anemia patients and people with other absorption issues. As a result, we decided to step up and offer pure methyl B12 shots, so you can take control of your health and prevent further nerve and brain damage. Get them here:
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Everything to Know About B12 Injections
So, it’s time now for the bread and butter of this guide.
Anything in particular you want to know about the shots? Browse the section below and see if you get the answers you were looking for. Otherwise, feel free to contact us (we may even add your question to the list). We check our mailbox every evening, and respond to 100% of the emails within a couple of days maximum.
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