What’s Your Experience with Polybion?

Posted January 29th, 2011 by

Polybion is a balanced B complex vitamin manufactured by Merck, Germany.  Available in syrup, ampoule or tablet form, Polybion contains eight different B vitamins:  thiamine (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B12), niacin (vitamin B3), panthothenic acid (vitamin B5), pyridoxine (vitamin B6), biotin (vitamin B7), folic acid (vitamin B9) and the cobalamins (vitamin B12).  All types of Vitamin B play a vital role in cell metabolism and help unlock the energy from foods.

At PatientsLikeMe, where more than 120,000 patients are sharing their experiences with prescription drugs, supplements and more, we currently have just one patient who reports taking Polybion daily for “general health.”  If you’ve taken – or are currently taking – Polybion, we encourage you to share your experience to help other patients.  PatientsLikeMe’s unique data-sharing platform allows you to share detailed data about all types of treatments, interventions and lifestyle modifications that have helped you or simply had no effect.

For example, was Polybion effective?  Did you have any side effects?  How long did you take it?  All of these things can be reported on our comprehensive treatment evaluations, which also cover dosage (how much did you take?), cost (what was your co-pay or out of pocket expense?), burden (was it easy to take the drug?) and adherence (were you able to take it as prescribed or did you skip/forget sometimes?).  If you’ve got other comments, you can share your tips and advice in a free-form manner for the benefit of other patients.

Check out the 73 patient evaluations for Vitamin B (all formulations and types, including injections of Vitamin B12) as an example.

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