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Why are neurokind injections given ?

Dear Doctor , Me and my husband and staying in 2 places and he called me up and said he is having severe pain in his left hand.He went to doctor and doctor prescribed for neurokind injection.My husband said there is nothing to worry .But I am tensed .Kindly tell me why he has to take neurokind injection.
Asked On : Thu, 30 Jun 2011
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Nurokind is a Vitamin B complex supplement, sometimes given to treat Diabetic Neuropathy and other cardiovascular diseases.

It contains:

Folic acid 1.5 mg
Alpha lipoic acid 100 mg
Methylcobalamin 1.5 mg (a form of vitamin B-12)
Vitamin B1 10 mg
Vitamin B6 3 mg

Since it is a dietary supplement, the side effect profiles, interactions with other medications and actual proof that it helps does not exist.

Too much Vitamin B12 can also be dangerous and cause or aggravate other health problems, so it should be only used under a doctor's supervision. This also means you shouldn't just arbitrarily up your dosage....
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