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For which purpose mecobal plus injection is used ?

Am 47 yr old ,very active physically but now suffering from sciatica pain in left leg. Doc is advising mecobal plus injectons. What are they for ?
Asked On : Thu, 24 Mar 2011
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Mecobal injection is a form of vitamin b12, promotes axonal transport and axonal regeneration, also promotes the synthesis of lecithin, the main constituent of medullary sheath. It restores delayed synaptic transmission and diminished neurotransmitters to normal. It is recommended in most of the patients with sciatica to promote better neural transmission.
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic.

Mecobal plus is a Vitamin B12 supplement giving in cases of neuropathy like sciatica.
You can have the injections , which will improve sciatica.

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