Originally Posted by Slwm
Once you have determined you have pernicious anemia and to the point that you have degeneration of nerves you need to take at least one shot once a month. But at the begining it needs to be once a day, then twice a week, then once a week and then once a month. You need to inject the vitiman into the muscle for best results. You need to be sure you are getting a full mil or One CC (they are the same) When I first got my meds my syringe said 1mil at the bottom so I thought the little lines were the CC marks. For 5 weeks I was giving myself 1/10th of the amount I needed. You can give yourself the shots for a cost of about $20 or so a year. Please take care of your pernicious anemia. It can cause very terrible problems if it gets bad enough. Find a website and read about it. They will not let me post a web address here but I wish I could. I had a very rare and bad case of PA/Subicute combined degeneration. Look up the latter for more details. Good luck.
If you can't get often enough injections, consider sublingual methylcobalamin and/or the other good types (adenosylcobalamin, aka dibencozide; or hydroxocobalamin which gets converted into those 2 usable types).
Do a google search for info on "nerve regeneration" and methylcobalamin. It is the type used by the nerves and in the brain. Adenosyl-B12 is used at the cellular level.