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Posted by wellinwisconsin (Member # 13442) on :

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

Posted by ArtistDi (Member # 2297) on :
Try calling Wellness Pharmacy in Alabama. They
are good because they don't use preservatives.
You will need a script from a doc.
Posted by djf2005 (Member # 11449) on :
rye beach pharmacy, rye beach, ny
do a web search. they are pretty well priced.
Posted by KauaiGoddess (Member # 11782) on :
I get mine from Lee Silsby in Ohio...

don't use preservatives..

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

they are great!
Posted by jl123 (Member # 15594) on :
Is it difficult to inject ones-self? Are certain methods easier to do? thanks, JL
Posted by seekhelp (Member # 15067) on :
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.
Posted by herbalfrog (Member # 12711) on :
I get mine from
Vintage Pharmacy (compounding)
The Villages, Florida
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.
Posted by CherylSue (Member # 13077) on :
My LLMD uses College Pharmacy in Colorado(I think)
Posted by Dawn in VA (Member # 9693) on :
I use Hopewell Pharm. in NJ.

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

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