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In U.S.,where can I buy injectable B12 online

Jmarks
Jmarks

I ordered injectable B12 online from B12.com only to have them cancel the order, emailing that they cannot ship to South Carolina or New Mexico (where I live) for at least 180 days. When asked where they can ship, I got no reply. I am beyond desperate to purchase injectable B12, having been successfully treated and then cut off by a Physician's Assistant who thought that since my level had climbed from 150 to 350 after a year of twice-a-month shots, I no longer needed them. The doctor, who had ordered B12 shots for life, closed ranks and backed up the Physician's Assistant. Four months later I am suffering all the symptoms that drove me to a diagnosis before. It took a year to recover and cost me my decades-long marriage. I'm trying to start a new life and I don't have another year to waste on EXTREME fatigue and numerous other symptoms! Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

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I get mine from vitaminb12online.com, which is based in Australia. Is it possible it's a state law? I'm in North Carolina and have not had any state-specific issues. I did find that German pharmacies will not ship to the U.S. Canadian pharmacies, will, but I found it substantially cheaper at the aforementioned website. Canada might be faster, though, since some pharmacies will use express shipping.

Jmarks
Jmarks
in reply to cdragin

Thanks so much. It's good to know that they can ship to North Carolina. If the issue truly is the states of SC and NM, I now know I can have the pharmacy ship to NC, since I have friends who will forward it on. I guess it's time to determine which of the three offerings I need to order....

I get my B12 from ushcgshots.com/ The website looks a bit sketchy, but I've been purchasing from them for a couple years and they're good. They sell hydroxo, methyl and cyano. I buy the hydroxo, but that's just my personal preference.

Jmarks
Jmarks
in reply to etreas

Wow, that's a lot of choices on that site. I feel like a kid in a candy store! Thanks.

I've been buying from canadadrugsuperstore.com, which has been fine, and quick. I used a couple of other sites before, but they seemed to be fighting between themselves, so I opted for this one. I'm in Wisconsin. I looked at the other two sites listed and this one is cheaper, but only offers cyano.

Jmarks
Jmarks
in reply to Linda730

I've done business with that company for other drugs, and liked their service, but I had no idea that I could get B12 there! Thanks so much.

Get another doctor. You need one who will support you. When I told my doctor that I wanted to try self injecting he gave me a prescription for B12 and the needles. I took it to my local Costco pharmacy and they filled the prescription, no problem. My doctor also made sure I knew how to properly inject myself.

Jmarks
Jmarks
in reply to MoKayD

I've just moved from South Carolina to New Mexico where I will have no choice but to find another doctor, but I've had numerous doctors in SC who didn't "get" B12, and I have no doubt that I will find many more, no matter where I go. I'm sure that you've read enough posts here to know how rare your experience is and how lucky you are. I'm happy to hear of your experience; it gives hope.

cdragin
cdragin
in reply to Jmarks

My doctor gave me an open-ended prescription, but my insurance would only cover 1 ampoule/month. So I asked the pharmacy to forego the insurance and bill it directly, and fill it whenever I needed it. But they didn't seem to understand that, or couldn't do it, or refused to do it, I'm not even sure, I just know that I gave up and ordered online.

Also, I believe Injectable B12 is over the counter in Mexico if you want to drive down and get some, but if you have the time to wait for mail order that’s probably more convenient.

I always get mine from biosenseclinic.com/ they are real pharmacy and authentic supply.

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