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wellinwisconsin
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Hi,

I am done being treated with abx for lyme (did 9 months of IV and some other oral abx). I still have significant pain in my feet and hands which I think is neuropathy. Thought I would try B12 injections. Oral methycobalamin and benfotiamin seem to be helping some.

I was wondering if anyone knows of a phamarcy that sells methycobalamin (B12) injections. Or of a pharmacy that gives a good price on regular B12 injections. Thanks

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ArtistDi
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Try calling Wellness Pharmacy in Alabama. They
are good because they don't use preservatives.
You will need a script from a doc.

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djf2005
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rye beach pharmacy, rye beach, ny
do a web search. they are pretty well priced.

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KauaiGoddess
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I get mine from Lee Silsby in Ohio...

http://www.leesilsby.com/

don't use preservatives..

you'll need your doctor to call it in....they mail it on ice to you!

they are great!
smiles!
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Is it difficult to inject ones-self? Are certain methods easier to do? thanks, JL
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Injections weren't bad. I quit because my entire body was filled with bruises. I looked like a drug addict shooting up and that's not what I need! I think my LLMD prescribed the wrong needle size.
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I get mine from
Vintage Pharmacy (compounding)
The Villages, Florida
352-751-6895
Yes, I do bruise big time! I prefer putting them in my belly; too old for bikinis and it does not show.
The diabetic syringes are painless and hold the right amount.

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My LLMD uses College Pharmacy in Colorado(I think)
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I use Hopewell Pharm. in NJ.

Wherever you get them from, make sure to ask for no preservatives added.

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