ribeye wrote:How long do b12 injection benefits last? Shots are no problem since I have done copaxone.
Also, is the cost very high?
From Could It Be B12?
by Sally M. Pacholok, RN, BSN, and Jeffrey J. Stewart, D.O.:
Copaxone, an MS drug, costs $36,000 per year, while B12 therapy costs under $40 per year. (Page 69)
As I understand it, B12 injections are necessary on a regular basis – dependent on the individual's needs. This may be once a week or bimonthly. Like Copaxone or any MS injectable, it will probably be required for life and may be covered by insurance.