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Drug Name: Vitamin b complex
Generic Name(s): Vitamin b complex/vitamin c/biotin/folic acid
Drug Class: Vitamin and mineral combinations
Treats: Vitamin Deficiency

B Complex Vitamin is a vitamin combination that is used by medical practitioners in supplementing the diet of a patient to treat or rather prevent vitamin deficiency in patients. B Complex Vitamin may also be prescribed by physicians or pharmacists for other conditions apart from vitamin deficiency.

B Complex Vitamin is a vitamin combination that normally works by increasing the amounts of folic acid and vitamin B6 and B12 in the body of a patient. Patients are advised not to use B Complex Vitamin in case they might be allergic to the ingredients found in it.

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Vitamin b complex Uses

B Complex Vitamin may be administered by a medical practitioner to a patient that has conditions of;

  • Lack of vitamins or rather to prevent vitamin deficiency in the body of a patient.
  • B Complex Vitamin may also be prescribed by a physician in case a patient has conditions of inherited diseases that are marked by excretion of sulphur in the uterine of the patient or increased amounts of homocysteine in the blood of the patient.

Patients who are pregnant or planning on getting pregnant or are breast feeding are not advised to use B Complex Vitamin. Patients who also have conditions of anemia are also advised to avoid using B-Complex Vitamin.

Vitamin b complex Dosage

B Complex Vitamin may be administered by a medical practitioner to a patient that has conditions of lack of vitamins or rather to prevent vitamin deficiency in the body of a patient. The usual dosage of  B Complex Vitamin for the treatment of vitamin deficiency is;

  • 0.25 to 2ml of B Complex Vitamin that is administered intramuscularly or slow intravenous injection. In case of high concentrations of B Complex Vitamin, it may be diluted using parenteral infusion solutions.

While administering the B Complex Vitamin dosage, all precautions for parenteral administration should be observed to ensure the dose is well administered.

Vitamin b complex Side Effects

Patients should note that not all side effects for B Complex Vitamin have been reported therefore patients should ensure that they seek medical advice from a qualified medical practitioner before taking this medication.

Patients should check with their doctors if the experience any of the following if the following side effects persists.

  • Patient may experience mild diarrhea
  • Nausea
  • Stomach upsets

Patients should seek immediate medical attention in case they come across the following severe side effects after administering B Complex Vitamin;

  • Severe allergic reactions
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Tightness of the patient’s chest
  • The patient feel as if the whole body is swollen
  • Tingling of the skin

Vitamin b complex Interactions

Interactions with B Complex Vitamin might cause it to function improperly or lead to severe side effects. Patients should know that their physicians or pharmacists may already know of any possible drug interactions with B Complex Vitamin any may be monitoring for them. However, patients are warned against starting, stopping or changing B Complex Vitamin dosage without first checking with their physician. Patients must ensure that they keep a list of all medications that they use and share it with their doctor.

The following are medications that are known to interact with B Complex Vitamin

  • Adrucil
  • Alli
  • Calcijex
  • Capecitabine
  • Dicumarol
  • Fluorouracil
  • Hectorol
  • Jantoven
  • Miradon
  • Paricalcitol
  • Rocaltrol