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Wednesday, January 04, 2012 Ana Dominguez, Community Member, asks

Q: The doctor prescribed me Neurobion 10000 in injections, is this medication good to treat rheumatoid arthritis?

I have Rheumatoid Arthritis for over 10 years.because I am reading that this medication is good for neuralgic diseases, please help out to understand this. Thank You!
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Lisa Emrich, Health Guide
1/25/12 2:56pm

Hi Ana,


I had never heard of Neurobion so I had to look it up.  Neurobion is a multivitamin which I am sure you are aware.  Did your doctor test your vitamin levels in your blood serum?  Were you found to have specific deficiencies?  If you are in need of vitamin supplements, then treating that deficiency should help you feel better indirectly.  I don't know how much this will affect your RA, but I would talk to your doctor and ask any him/her any questions you may have after reseraching Neurobion.


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By Ana Dominguez, Community Member— Last Modified: 01/25/12, First Published: 01/04/12