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    Dema0414 is offline New Member
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    Red face B12 and pain

    I've had chronic intermittent pain - if that is the correct description - in my shoulder since a car accident two years ago. I also was experiencing foot cramps at night and had been watching mineral consumption which helped a lot. A pillow under the offending foot also helped. Recently I read something about B12 and increased my consumption. I haven't needed a pain pill in a week! I am over 51, I take antacids to increase my calcium and I am a light eater of animal products. I take a multi-vitamin several times a week, but the ones I were taking were expired (I have tossed them) and probably of very low potency. I am hoping this relief continues. I am also less stressed since taking the supplements.

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    If you eat very lightly of animal products you indeed might be prone to vitamin B12 deficiency, as the human body cannot absorb plant forms of it.

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    B12 are essential nutrient that your body needs in small amount to work properly. Always consult with your doctor or pharmacist before taking any pills or vitamin capsules.

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    I think b12 is good for human and human,s pain , Vitamin B₁₂, vitamin B12 or vitamin B-12, also called cobalamin, is a water-soluble vitamin with a key role in the normal functioning of the brain and nervous system, and for the formation of blood. It is one of the eight B vitamins

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    Hey Dema

    Nice. That's something I don't know. Thank you for sharing this information. I highly appreciate it and it actually stirs up my curiosity. I know about the healthy benefits of vitamin b12 but I didn't have any idea that it can have pain relieving properties. I'll definitely search more about this. I'm very much enthused in finding alternative medicines so I find this very exciting. Thank you again for sharing your experience, I learned something new because of it.

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    If B12 helping you in your condition. Go with it. Just consult your doctor before usage. And use it in a control manner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dema0414 View Post
    I've had chronic intermittent pain - if that is the correct description - in my shoulder since a car accident two years ago. I also was experiencing foot cramps at night and had been watching mineral consumption which helped a lot. A pillow under the offending foot also helped. Recently I read something about B12 and increased my consumption. I haven't needed a pain pill in a week! I am over 51, I take antacids to increase my calcium and I am a light eater of animal products. I take a multi-vitamin several times a week, but the ones I were taking were expired (I have tossed them) and probably of very low potency. I am hoping this relief continues. I am also less stressed since taking the supplements.
    You may want to consider eating food with b12 such as Clams, beef, turkey, oysters, chicken, crabs, salmon, ready-to-eat cereals, trout, and herring.

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