The high dose Vitamin B Complex needed for treatment of B deficiencies can be expected from Bilex. The components of Vitamins B1, B6 and B12 are more than that of the competitors. Because of this, there will be a better flexibility of use for the most common B complex deficiencies to the most severe. This high-dose Vitamin B complex is a must especially for patients with peripheral neuropathy caused by diabetes and related diseases.
|THIAMINE HCl (Vit. B1)||500 mg|
|PYRIDOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE (Vit. B6)||250 mg|
|CYANOCOBALAMINE (Vit. B12)||1 mg|
Treatment of Vit. B deficiencies especially in restrictive diet or illnesses. For nutritional support in painful, neurological manifestations of neuritis and neuropathy, polyneuritis, lumbago, ischialgia, sciatica, cervical and shoulder-arm syndrome. Neuropathies associated with diabetes, cardiac disorders, drug-induced tuberculosis, leprosy and pregnancy. Alcoholic neuropathy due to INH or phenothiazine intoxication. Hyperemesis gravidarum. For the prevention and treatment of Vit. B1, B6 and B12 deficiencies.
For adults and children:
Or as prescribed by the physician.
High Vit. B6 dose may reduce the effectiveness of levodopa. Absorption may be reduced by aminoglycosides, aminosalicylic acid, anticonvulsants, biguanides, chloramphenicol, cholestyramine, cimetidine, colchicines, potassium salt and methyldopa.
Vit. B12 should not be used for Leber’s disease or tobacco amblyopia since those optic neuropathies may degenerate further.
Neurotoxicity on prolonged ingestion.
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Regular monitoring of the blood is required when taking Vit. B12. Doses > 10 mcg/day may produce hematological responses in patients with folate deficiency.
Store at temperatures not exceeding 30° C
Box of 50’s; tablets in blister pack.