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Questions for Your Doctor

Ask your doctor these questions to find out if you’re at risk, if your B12 levels are low, and if Eligen B12™ could be right for you:

About vitamin b12

  • Should I be tested for low B12 levels?
  • Could my symptoms be caused by low B12?
  • What caused my low B12?
  • Is there something I could do to make sure I’m getting the vitamin B12 that I need?
  • Are vitamin B12 shots the only way that I can get enough B12?
  • Is there a pill that I could be taking to improve the level of vitamin B12 in my system?

About ELIGEN B12™

  • Could Eligen B12™ be right for me?
  • Is Eligen B12™ easy to swallow?
  • Are there any side effects?
  • Is it ok to take Eligen B12™ with my other medications?

Take these questions with you to your next appointment.


Eligen B12 is the first and only prescription tablet for people with clinically low B12 levels.

It is a once-daily oral treatment that normalizes B12 levels without inconvenient injections.

  • Learn about the risks of low B12 and how Eligen B12 can help.

  • B12 Deficiency is more common than you think.
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  • Get more information about how Eligen B12 can help.

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4 Becker Farm Road, Suite 103, Roseland NJ 07068
1-800-903-5028
April 2016 ELB034

Indication

Eligen B12™ is indicated for the dietary management of patients who have a diagnosed vitamin B12 deficiency that cannot be managed by a modification of the normal diet alone. This deficiency can be caused by a range of conditions in which there is an impaired capacity to absorb vitamin B12.

Important Safety Information

You should not take Eligen B12™ if you are allergic to vitamin B12, cobalt, or any ingredient of Eligen B12™.

You should not take Eligen B12™ if you have Leber’s disease, which your doctor may refer to as hereditary optic nerve atrophy. Cyanocobalamin can lead to optic nerve damage (and possibly blindness) in people with Leber’s disease.

Before using Eligen B12™, tell your doctor or pharmacist if you:

  • Are or may be allergic to cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12) or cobalt
  • Have an iron or folic acid deficiency
  • Have kidney or liver disease
  • Have low potassium blood levels (hypokalemia) or gout
  • Have a blood disorder called polycythemia vera
  • Have an eye disease called hereditary optic nerve atrophy (Leber’s disease)
  • Are receiving any medication or treatment that affects bone marrow
  • Have other vitamin/mineral deficiencies (especially folic acid and iron)

Get emergency medical help if you have any of these signs of a serious reaction: muscle cramps, weakness or irregular heartbeat, hives, difficulty breathing, swelling of your face, lips, tongue or throat.

Call your doctor at once if you have a serious side effect, such as feeling short of breath, even with mild exertion, sudden vision changes or slurred speech.

Less serious side effects may include diarrhea, itching or rash.

Before using Eligen B12™ tell your doctor or pharmacist all of the medicines you are taking, especially methotrexate, pyrimethamine, any antibiotics, and any vitamins.

You are encouraged to report negative side effects of medical foods to the FDA. Visit www.fda.gov/medwatch or call 1-800-FDA-1088.