what is dosage of b12 injection with lipotrophic or just b12 or b6 that you give yourself and how many times weekly??? based on this how many lbs do you usually lose per week, following a sensible diet too of course?
Hello to all ,This past year I have been feeling so tired so I went to my dr and she did some test.My b 12 can came low, she gave me the option of getting the shot or taking 1000vit per day.I went with the vit and I am still very tired.Do peolpe think it would be better to take the shot or vit/thanks for the help
Do the B12/B6 injections work? How often do they need to be administered? I am scheduled for my 1st appt next thursday. i was told the weight loss program would include diet pills, a diuretic, and b6/b12 injections. How much can I expect to lose the 1st week?
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