I got my first b 12 shot four days ago it is still hurting and is sore is that normal
how long does it take for the b 12 shot to stop hurting. did it make you sick. I also got the lip b (fat burner) and the hcg shot. how long is that supposed to hurt. I blead when I got it. is that normal.
I have been on B12 shots every two weeks since June 06 and I receive them in my arm. Sometimes it will be sore for a couple of hours but that is it. I have never heard of taking B12 to loose weight. I take it because my levels was so low and I am not absorbing any vitamins. I have thyroid problems and would love to loose this weight. Can you tell me how often and how much B12 you have to take to loose weight? Thanks
From what I have read people who actually lack B12 do not see the same results as the "normal" meaning people who do not lack B12. I am not a doctor nor am I in the medical field I am simply going by things I have read on the internet...so you know how that goes.
With my B12 shot I am taking Phentermine this is suppose to help with cravings and energy and I think B12 just helps give you a boost of energy that you might have lacked before. Maybe someone else can provide you some more info.
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