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.
In U.S.,where can I buy injectable B1... - Pernicious Anaemi...
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.