Methylcobalamin Pyridoxine HCL and Niacinamide Injection Information
Methylcobalamin Pyridoxine HCL and Niacinamide Injection is a combination medication that contains methylcobalamin, pyridoxine HCL (vitamin B6), and niacinamide (vitamin B3). It is available in ampule form and is used to treat deficiencies of these vitamins and certain conditions related to their deficiency.
Uses of Methylcobalamin Pyridoxine HCL and Niacinamide Injection
- Methylcobalamin, a form of vitamin B12, is used to treat or prevent vitamin B12 deficiency, pernicious anemia, and Imerslund-Grasbeck disease. It plays an important role in helping the body make red blood cells.
- This injection is used in damaged nerves in diabetic neuropathy to protect the nerves from further damage.
- Niacinamide, an antibiotic, is used to treat or prevent a wide range of bacterial infections, including those in the urinary tract, bones and joints, lungs, brain, and blood. It is also used to prevent infections in hospitalized patients.
- Methylcobalamin, niacinamide, and pyridoxine HCL together replenish the body’s stores of important nutrients.
Side effects of Methylcobalamin Pyridoxine HCL and Niacinamide Injection
- Nervousness and anxiousness
- Involuntary or uncontrollable movements
- Injection site reactions (pain, swelling, redness)
Precautions for Methylcobalamin Pyridoxine HCL and Niacinamide Injection
- Only use this injection under the guidance of a healthcare professional. Do not self-administer.
- Take the injection as prescribed by your doctor and avoid exceeding the recommended dosage.
- Let your doctor know about any pre-existing conditions, such as diabetes or liver or kidney problems, before using this injection.
- This injection may cause mild side effects that are usually temporary. If they persist or worsen, consult your doctor.