I am having giddiness from last 30 days.
3 months back i had sex with a prostitute.at 3 months time that is last saturday i was tested negative.
When asked doctor he said that B12 is 284 which is low .He asked me to take 5 B12 injections for 5 days and then one injection every week after that till another 30days.
After 5 days of 5 injections i felt more dizziness.
I couldn't figure out what has caused this.Everything else is fine with me.Doctor suspects that it must be due to hypertension.
I had brain scanning and done and it was also fine.
BP is ok.no Spondylitis.no fever.
You must have enjoyed the sex too much and you are still dazed with it. DO one thing, it is prescribed that you have it 3 times a day. The world would be reeling after you. Once before breakfast, once after lunch and once after dinner . If you still have appetite take extra doses without any negative side effects.
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