Vitcofol C Combipack injection is a combination of various nutrients that help in the overall growth and maintenance of the body at cellular levels, thereby aiding in recovery from various conditions like weakness, fatigue, megaloblastic anaemia, dull skin and hair, loss of appetite, high cholesterol that typically arises due to nutritional deficiencies. Niacinamide (vitamin B3), Vitamin B12, Vitamin B9. and Vitamin C present in Vitcofol C Combipack injection together help in restoring the nutrients essential for bodily functions. You are advised to take this injection only from a medical expert like a doctor or a nurse. Do not self inject....
Q: Should I go empty stomach to take Vitcofol C Combipack injection?
A: Generally, you should avoid taking any injection empty stomach. It is advised that you follow the instructions given by your doctor.
Q: Can Vitcofol C injection be administered in children?
A: Vitcofol C injection is not recommended to be used in children particularly in newborns and infants. Please consult your doctor for a safer alternative for children. Do not self medicate.
Q: What are the general symptoms of Vitamin C deficiency?
A: In case you are deficient in Vitamin C, you may experience, weakness, fatigue, weight loss, irritability, dry and dull skin, rashes on the skin, tendency to contract frequent infections, muscle ache, cramps, dry and brittle hair that are prone to breaking, loss of appetite, bleeding gums, nose bleeds, and joint pain.
Q: How is Vitcofol injection different from Vitcofol C Combipack injection?
A: Vitcofol and Vitcofol C both are multivitamin combinations, that restore the depleted nutritional reserves in the body. Vitcofol injection contains vitamin b3, folic acid (vitamin b9), and vitamin b12 (cyanocobalamin), while Vitocofol-C injection contains vitamin c in addition to (niacinamide) vitamin b3, (folic acid) vitamin b9 and (cyanocobalamin) vitamin b12.
Q: What is route of administeration of Vitcofol C injection?
A: Vitcofol C injection is administered by a nurse or under the medical supervision of a doctor. Route of administration will be decided by the doctor only. Kindly do not self-inject.
Q: What are the contents in Vitcofol C injection?
A: Vitcofol C injection contains niacinamide, a form of vitamin B3, Vitamin B12, vitamin B9 (folic acid) and Vitamin C.
Q: Can Vitcofol increase hemoglobin?
A: Yes, Vitcofol C injection helps to regulate Hb (haemoglobin) levels in the human body. It is also used to treat malnutrition, a typical type of anaemia caused due to the inability of the red blood cells to mature (megaloblastic anaemia).
Q: What is the side effect of Vitcofol injection?
A: Pain at the site of injection, nausea, vomiting is a few common side effects of Vitcofol injection. Although not everyone gets them and these symptoms usually resolve with time.
Q: For what Vitcofol injection is used?
A: Vitcofol C Combipack injection is used to treat malnutrition, a typical type of anaemia caused due to the inability of the red blood cells to mature (megaloblastic anaemia), loss of appetite, weakness, hair loss, dull skin caused due to various nutritional deficiencies.