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Thread: B12 protocols

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin View Post
    Yes, it has to be prescribed. There are numerous forms of B12, the most effective being methylcobalamin. B12 is included in our $299 per month package, which includes the following:

    *Everything included in the $199 per month package plus the following
    *Testosterone support supplement, which includes DHEA
    *Fish Oils
    *Multi-Vitamins
    *Injectable B12 (methylcobalamin)
    *Prostate support formula
    OK, that is good to know. So that leads to some follow on questions:
    1. Is all of the above in a injection or are they all in pill form aside from the B12?
    2. Is the DHEA a sustained release? I am currently taking 50mg SR daily on my own.
    3. How do we determine DHEA dosage as well as the vitamins?
    4. are all of these products then supplied as part of the additional $100?
    5. Since the Injectable B12 is prescription I would guess the $15 prescription applies, correct? What about the others since they are OTC?

    Thank you for the follow up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkg View Post
    OK, that is good to know. So that leads to some follow on questions:
    1. Is all of the above in a injection or are they all in pill form aside from the B12?
    That's correct, all oral except the B12
    2. Is the DHEA a sustained release? I am currently taking 50mg SR daily on my own.
    It is listed in the ingridients as DHEA, not SR. However, it's taken twice per day. The support formula has a morning and nighttime version, both contain DHEA.
    3. How do we determine DHEA dosage as well as the vitamins?
    Simply follow the directions on the bottle. The amounts contained are listed on the bottle. If the dr. directs you to take more or less that's up to you and the dr.
    4. are all of these products then supplied as part of the additional $100?
    Yes
    5. Since the Injectable B12 is prescription I would guess the $15 prescription applies, correct? What about the others since they are OTC?
    Yes, it would apply to the B12 but it would not for the other items.

    Thank you for the follow up.
    See answers above in red

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    Is the B12 a seperate injection or can it be added to my hcg as the solvent?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 58phil View Post
    Is the B12 a seperate injection or can it be added to my hcg as the solvent?
    It's a separate injection.

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