Q-Energy Injection for Sale
Q-energy Injection can be used at home as an injection, under instruction of a doctor. Q-energy injection is an important vitamin that you usually get from your food. It is mainly found in meat and dairy products.
- This Q-energy injection can be used at home as an injection, under instruction of a doctor.
- injection is an important vitamin that you usually get from your food. It is mainly found in meat and dairy products.
- Aids in the production of red blood cells and keeps your nervous system working properly.
- Commonly used for weight loss, energy, pernicious anemia, schilling test and overall health.
Before using this medication, a health care professional will provide detailed instructions for appropriate use of this medicine. Please ask any questions that you may have about this medicine or performing injections. Store this medicine as directed on the packaging. If you miss a dose of this medicine, use it as soon as possible. If it is almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and go back to your regular dosing schedule. Do not use 2 doses at once
Ingredients of Q-Energy Injection
Cyanocobalamin 1000 mcg/mL
Cautions when using Q-Energy Injection :
DO NOT TAKE large doses of vitamins (megadose or megavitamin therapy) unless directed to by your doctor. DO NOT STOP USING THIS MEDICINE without first checking with your doctor. IT IS IMPORTANT that you keep all doctor and laboratory appointments while you are using this medicine. Before taking any new medication, either prescription or over-the-counter, check with your doctor or pharmacist.
This preparation is contraindicated in patients who are sensitive to cobalt and/or vitamin B12. As this product contains benzyl alcohol, it should not be used in newborns or in people who are sensitive to benzyl alcohol.
Patients who have early Leber’s disease (hereditary optic nerve atrophy) have been found to suffer severe and swift optic atrophy when treated with vitamin B12.
Fatal hypokalemia may occur when severe megaloblastic anemia is treated intensively with vitamin B12, as a result of increased erythrocyte potassium requirements.
Doses of vitamin B12 exceeding 10 mcg daily may produce a hematologic response in patients who have a folate deficiency. Indiscriminate administration of vitamin B12 may mask the true diagnosis of pernicious anemia.
Vitamin B12 deficiency that is allowed to progress for longer than three months may produce permanent degenerative lesions of the spinal cord. Doses of folic acid greater than 0.1 mg per day may result in hematologic remission in patients with. Neurologic manifestations will not be prevented with folic acid, and if not treated with irreversible damage will result.