Vitamin b12 injections

Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that helps to keep nerves and blood cells healthy. Our bodies don’t make Vitamin B12, it is obtained from foods such as meat, fish, milk and eggs. The injections can last from 1-3 months, depending on clients immune systems.
if you are b12 deficient you can expect to see improvements in your symptoms within days.

AM I AT RISK OF BEING B12 DEFICIENT?
•    Are a vegetarian
•    Are a vegan
•    Have chronic gastritis
•    Have any chronic bowel conditions, such as Crohn’s Disease or Colitis
•    Have had recent surgery on your stomach

WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS?
•    Signs and symptoms include, but are not limited to:
•    Extreme tiredness (fatigue)
•    A yellow tinge to the skin
•    Depression
•    Irritability/tiredness/lack of energy
•    Pale skin
•    Feeling short of breath
•    Loss of appetite
•    Feeling faint
•    Unintended weight loss
•    Changes in your vision
•    Changes in the way you feel, behave, and think
•    A decline in mental function, such as changes to your memory, judgement and understanding.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?
•    Beats fatigue as B12 is required for the production of red blood cells that carry oxygen
•    Provides an energy boost as B12 assists in converting food into glucose
•    Boosts brain power, memory and focus
•    Lowers the risk of heart disease and cancer and other diseases
•    Can aid weight loss as B12 boosts metabolism
•    Can reduce anxiety and mood swings
•    Better sleep patterns
•    Improves appearance in terms of skin, hair and nails

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Treatment:
SINGLE TREATMENT
COURSE OF 6


£35
£180

Pink Poppy are unable to diagnose anyone as having a B12 deficiency and would always advise you to speak to your GP. Receiving a large dose of vitamin B12 through injections isn’t likely to harm your health, but can interfere with the effectiveness of some medications, therefore it is essential that you inform your GP prior to your injection of any medications.

WHAT ARE THE COMMON SIDE EFFECTS?
•    Pain, swelling or itchy skin where your injection was given.
•    Feeling or being sick (nausea or vomiting)
•    Diarrhoea.
•    Headaches.
•    Feeling dizzy.
•    Hot flushes.