How much is too much B 12?

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Is taking 2500 micro gram of B 12 too much?

You do not have enough of B 12 in vegetarian diet. It takes years to develop the deficiency symptoms of B 12. The vegans should be given injections of B 12 routinely by the doctors. At least yearly. This vitamin is stored in your liver in large quantity. 2500 micro grams of B 12 is usual dose and is not too much.

Why can you have to much vitamin b 12 in body?

This may be a sign of liver damage due to alcohol consumption; in this case, the GGT will also be elevated.

How does vitamin b effect your health?

I'm really not sure about vit. b but vit b-12 can make you tired, irritable,and lethargic if you have a b-12 deficiency, that's why a b-12 shot gives you so much engery, if you are not b-12 deficient and you take "engery"pills that are only b-12 it will really not do you any good

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What happens if an animal has too much vitamin b?

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How much b-12 for diabetic cat?

Depends what you're treating and with what. B-12 (cyanocobalamin) might be given as a supplement to a diabetic cat who is also having food absorption problems. In that case your vet will know how much to administer, generally as a shot. Methyl B-12 (methylcobalamin) is the B-12 form that can be used by the brain and spine. It might be given orally to treat diabetic neuropathy (weak or paralyzed hind legs). In that case, 3-5 micrograms daily seems to work well. In this case regular cyanocobalamin has no effect, since that molecule is too large to pass the blood-brain barrier.