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Methylcobalamin injection overview | Abnerv-2500

Methylcobalamin injection is a form of Vitamin B12 that is prescribed for individuals with Vitamin B12 deficiency. Vitamin B12 is essential for various bodily functions, including the utilization of fats and carbohydrates for energy, the production of new proteins, and the maintenance of metabolism, blood cells, and nerve function. While most people obtain enough Vitamin B12 through their diet, some individuals may require supplementation.

Low levels of Vitamin B12 can lead to fatigue, anaemia, and a range of serious symptoms, including tinnitus, severe joint pain, memory problems, depression, anxiety, poor muscle function, ataxia, changes in reflexes, and infertility. Therefore, early intervention and treatment of Vitamin B12 deficiencies are crucial for maintaining healthy bodily function.

How to use Methylcobalamin injection

Before using, consult with your healthcare provider to ensure methylcobalamin injection is suitable for you.

  • Take a Methylcobalamin injection and clean the syringe with alcohol cotton. But before using the injection check the injection expiry date properly.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water and dry them with a cloth. This is importnet to maintain proper hygiene. 
  • Select the injection area, The best area is an upper arm or bum area. Clean the chosen site with an alcoholic cotton and let it dry.
  • Fill your injection with Methylcobalamin liquid and remove the bubble from the injection. 
  • Hold the syringe like a pencil and insert the needle into the cleaned injection site at a 90-degree angle. 
  • Slowly push the plunger to inject the medication. Once the medication is fully injected, quickly and smoothly remove the needle from the skin.
  • Safely dispose of the needle in a sharps container following proper disposal guidelines. Do not recap the needle.

Side effects of using Methylcobalamin injection

We advise you to inform your doctor if you experience these side effects.

  1. Difficulty in breathing,
  2. Hives (itchy red bumps on the skin)
  3. Swollen lips, face, tongue, or throat
  4. Vomiting
  5. Diarrhoea
  6. Nausea
  7. Headache
  8. Loss of appetite

Precaution needs to follow while using Methylcobalamin injection

  • Don’t drink too much alcohol because it can make it can harm your body to use methylcobalamin.
  • Do not use expiry injection.
  • Don’t give methylcobalamin to your child without consulting with a doctor.
  • If you are allergic to any other medicines and Methylcobalamin drugs then inform your doctor.
  • If you have a baby and are breastfeeding then take doctor advice from your doctor.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Ques: What is methylcobalamin injection used for?

Ans: Methylcobalamin injection is primarily used to treat vitamin B12 deficiency.

Ques: Are B12 injections safe?

Ans: Methylcobalamin injection is a form of B12. generally, this injection is safe for everyone. If you have any allergic problem then take doctor advice from your doctor.

Ques: Can methylcobalamin injection be used for weight loss?

Ans: There is no solid proof that vitamin B12 injections, including methylcobalamin injections, help with weight loss. Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble B complex vitamin and is important for various bodily functions.

Ques:  Can methylcobalamin injection be used in children?

Ans: We advise you to take the doctor’s advice before using this injection for your kids.