I have been battling with acne since I was about 15 I'm now 25 .. I've managed to get my skin about 90% clear due to changing of life style etc .. I am now wondering if the jab I get of hydroxocobalamin every 3 months from my nurse is keeping the bad skin around.
The reason why I write this post is because, I have recently purchased 10x1ml vials of hydroxocobalamin because I'm planning on self injecting due to I still felt symptoms when I was on the quarterly jabs.
Yesterday was the first time I've had a hydroxocobalamin injection since Sept 2014 and before that I was mega dosing on 5mg methyl tablets that dissolve under your tongue which didn't seem to work for my energy at all but I did notice the day before my injection two new pimples quite red too, I'm wondering if it is the methyl form of b12 that sets me off. I am not sure whether the hydroxocobalamin that I received 1ml is going to make my skin bad because it was bad before I even got jabbed.
I guess my question is .. I was thinking of injecting 0.5ml per week (subcutaneous) .. I am wondering if that is a high dose to be injecting per week or that it will all add up and give me bad skin or other unpleasant side effects, I don't mind head aches so much as long as it doesn't mess up my skin and make me have the acne I used to have because it was a nightmare.
What would be your advice on how much I should inject hydroxocobalamin to begin with? .. maybe because I would be injecting subcutaneously it wouldn't be getting into my system as fast not causing bad skin or other symptoms I don't know, I can only speculate but id like to hear others on if they have experienced skin issues or other side effects while taking regular hydroxocobalamin and was it just with the loading does or when you first started to take regular amounts of hydroxocobalamin or did it still persist to this day even though its been a while, just a constant problem every time its injected.
I read one guys theory that it might be your immune system flushing out or kicking back into touch with the hydroxocobalamin being regularly injected but don't know if this holds any weight to it.