My doctor has prescribed Neurobion Forte in place of mecobalamine and folic acid, which I had been taking since my stroke a couple months ago. Can you tell me about this drug - what it is, its benefits, and its side effects?
This drug is a water-soluble vitamin that provides a number of B vitamins. The specific combination of B1, B6 and B12 in this drug is designed to support a healthy cardiovascular system, metabolism, digestive system and central nervous system. Common side effects can include headaches, upset stomach (including vomiting and nausea) and an unpleasant taste. In rare instances, users can experience an allergic reaction, which can include hives or rash, difficulty breathing, tightening of the chest and swelling of the mouth, tongue or lips.
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Neurbion Forte is a vitamin drug that is designed to provide users with a number of B vitamins, including B1, B6, and B12. Having the right amounts of these vitamins is important for maintaining a healthy metabolism, and correct levels of B vitamins have been linked to positive effects on the cardiovascular system, the GI tract, and the central nervous system. Some of the side effects that have been linked to taking this medi include headaches, nausea, and a bad taste in the mouth.
If you have concerns about your medication regimen, you should always ask you doctor to explain the meds and their uses. I hope this helps!
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