B12 Injections

B12 Injections in Derby

B12 Injections

Vitamin B12 is needed to form red blood cells and DNA. It is also important in the function and development of brain and nerve cells. B12 can be naturally found in fish, meat and dairy products. These are often referred to as the natural source of B12.

Meat eaters, vegetarians and vegans can suffer from B12 deficiency, making B12 deficiency a common problem. This can be resolved with B12 supplementation

If you experience extreme tiredness, lack of energy, pins and needles (AKA paraesthesia), sore and red tongue, mouth ulcers, muscle weakness or disturb vision it may indicate that you are B12 deficient.

Vitamin C Injections

Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, has several important functions. It helps to protect the cells and keeps them healthy. It maintains healthy skin, blood vessels, bones and cartilage and It helps with wound healing.

Lack of vitamin C can lead to scurvy. Mild deficiencies may occur in people with poor or very restricted diets. Vitamin C can be naturally found in red peppers, brussels sprouts or orange juice. Adults aged 19 to 64 need 40mg of vitamin C daily. Smokers require more.

B12 Injections FAQ

What are the benefits of B12 injections/Vitamin C injections?

B12 helps your body use fat and carbohydrates for energy and make protein. It also has an important role within the blood, cells and nerves

Vitamin C helps to protect cells and keeps them healthy while maintaining wellbeing of skin, bones, blood vessels and cartilage.

Is a B12 / Vitamin c injection safe?

B12 injections are considered to be very safe. They have no major side effects and are very rare.

Vitamin C injections are safe when used FDA approved products at typical doses.

Who is B12/ Vitamin C injection good for?

B12 injections are good for anyone who has anemia and B12 deficiency. Also, it is good for anyone who wants to increase energy levels and concentration.

Vitamin C injections are good for anyone who is Vitamin C deficient. It also promotes better wound healing.

What are the side effects?

After B12 injection, you may experience skin reaction in or around the injection point area. Pain, redness, and swelling may occur after the shot. There may be some irritation in the area, as well as the risk of infection.

After Vitamin c injection, you may experience the feeling of warmth, headache or dizziness. There may be pain and swelling at the injection side, redness of the face, neck, arms and occasionally chest. You may also experience unusual drowsiness, tiredness or weakness.