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How to order online?

You can order affordable Vitamin B12 shots online from YouDrugstore, a licensed online pharmacy. When you buy from YouDrugstore you pay the same cheap price most Canadians pay. That is because YouDrugstore is based in Canada. Simply click Register at the top of the page and fill in your information. You can also call us toll free at 1-855-968-6337 and our customer service representatives will be happy to help you. Your order will ship out within 48 hours after we have received all of the necessary information from you to confirm your order. If you are worried about shipping, YouDrugstore offers discount shipping costs to anywhere in the USA. We even offer free shipping on any order over $100. Order today and get access to exclusive promotions on Vitamin B12 Injections reserved for existing customers.

Can I buy b12 injections without a prescription?

You can purchase b12 injections in Canada over the counter.

While this is true in Canada, YDS' policy states you can order up to 3 vials without a prescription, but if you want more than that, you'll need a prescription.

Do you need a prescription for b12 injections?

You do not need a prescription to order b12 injections in Canada.

Who might benefit from taking Vitamin B12?

Your doctor may recommend Vitamin B12 Injections for you if you suffer from B12 deficiency, which is a low level of Vitamin B12. A low level of Vitamin B12 can cause weakness, lightheadedness, tiredness, drowsiness, shortness of breath, heart palpitations, constipation or diarrhea, a change in appetite, gas, vision loss, numbness, pale skin, smooth tongue, and depression. B12 deficiency is sometimes caused by heavy drinking, digestive conditions, immune system disorders, anemia, and long-term use of acid-reducing drugs, like antacids for heartburn. People who eat a vegan diet are sometimes susceptible to low levels of B12. Low levels of Vitamin B12 are also more common in older adults, as B12 levels naturally decrease over time. If you believe you may be B12 deficient, speak to your doctor about Vitamin B12 injections.

Why is Vitamin B12 recommended to treat B12 deficiency?

Injections of Vitamin B12 help improve your energy and help make you feel refreshed. Not only that, but injections can last significantly longer than taking pills, and pills also usually need to be taken every single day. Vitamin B12 Injections contain cyanocobalamin, which is a man-made, synthetic version of Vitamin B12. By injecting Vitamin B12, your B12 levels will significantly improve, giving you more energy. You can use these injections at home, or even have your doctor administer them if that makes you feel more comfortable.

What are the side effects of taking Vitamin B12?

Fortunately, Vitamin B12 injections rarely cause side effects. However, when you use these injections you may experience some unwanted side effects. All medications can cause side effects, so it is important to understand what you may experience when taking a new drug. The most common side effects of injecting Vitamin B12 include diarrhea, itchiness, a feeling of swelling all over the body, and some mild pain and redness at the site of the injection. Generally, these side effects are considered mild and short-lived if you do experience them. If these symptoms persist or worsen, or if you experience chest pain, muscle cramps, irregular heartbeat, slurred speech, or vision changes, call your doctor immediately.

When should you use a Vitamin B12 Injection?

These injections are normally used either once a week or once a month. Your doctor may recommend that you use them differently. Many people ask their doctor to administer their injections for them to ensure convenience and safety. If your doctor gives you specific instructions on how to use this medication, always follow their directions above all others. If you have any questions or concerns about using Vitamin B12 Injections, call your doctor.

Where can I learn more about Vitamin B12?

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