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Treatment of deficiency of B vitamins will prevent many different diseases, strengthening the general condition of the body, normalizing metabolic processes in it. Bedoyecta Tri is a medicine used to prevent vitamin deficiencies in the human body. The medicine contributes to the activation of the processes responsible for the generation of energy, its use is relevant when the body has an increased need for vitamin B complexes:
Also, the drug can be used to treat megaloblastic anemia arising from a sharp deficiency of vitamin B12. The tool has worked well in the treatment of various mental disorders associated with a lack of vitamins.
The drug is available in ready-to-use form (glass syringes with disposable needles). Used for intramuscular injection. The dosage is 1-2 injections once a week, depending on the severity of the disease and the body's need for B vitamins. In the chronic course of the disease, vitamin B12 deficiency medication is administered 1-2 times a month. The method of application is associated with the prolonged action of the drug and its gradual absorption by the body. Before use, appropriate tests are done for a lack of vitamin complexes in the body. Bedoyecta Tri medication interacts well with other medicines, so it can be used as a complex treatment.
Hypersensitivity to vitamins B1, B6 and B12. You should also refrain from using the medicine while using Levodopa. Contraindication to use is Leber's disease, manifested in a hereditary pathology of the optic nerve. Pregnancy and lactation, for children under 1 year. The action of cyanocobalamin negatively affects the bearing of the fetus, in particular, inhibits the function of neurons, and can cause a newborn to become dependent on pyridoxine. During lactation, thiamine, pyridoxine and cyanocobalamin can suppress the secretion of breast milk, cause pain in the chest and harm the newborn baby.
Taking Bedoyecta Tri increases the risk of neurological disorders manifested in peripheral sensory nephropathy. Vitamin B12, which is part of the drug, has the ability to mask the presence of megaloblastic anemia due to folate deficiency. In turn, folates are able to hide the deficiency of vitamin B12 in the body. The use of the drug increases the risk of gout in people who have an increased susceptibility to this disease (history should be checked before prescribing). An overdose of the drug can cause impaired liver and kidney function, up to the occurrence of its insufficiency.
The complex is able to reduce the concentration in the blood plasma of phenytonin and phenobarbital. Bedoyecta Tri antagonists include antirheumatic and antihypertensive drugs, as well as drugs used to treat tuberculosis. All of these groups weaken the effect of the use of vitamin groups. You should also refrain from the simultaneous use of oral contraceptives, immunosuppressants and alcohol.