AdministratorAdministrator
(Senior Member)
12/27/05 08:24 AM
Methyl B-12 and Autism

Injectable form of methyl-B12 may help up to 70% of autistics according to some reports by Dr. Jim Neubrander and other DAN! physicians.

Post and discuss your thoughts.


Jarrett
(New Member)
06/08/06 07:11 PM
Re: Methyl B-12 and Autism

After one 6 week session, we had some dramatic improvements in speech and language, as well as affection.

We just started the second 6 week trial, and are excited for what is to come.

And while Mom and Grandma flat out refused to give the injections, Myself and Grandpa sailed through it. Dr. Neubrander's process is awesome.

Jarrett
Father to Connor
5yr HFA Boy


WhiteLilac
(New Member)
06/09/06 09:07 AM
Re: Methyl B-12 and Autism

I give my son his B12 injections. Dad wants nothing to do with it. I'm not so sure my son would trust him to do it anyway. While I was attending Autism One, we just let B12 slide for the weekend.

Lila
mom to Mark, age 15
HFA/Aspergers


Anonymous
(Unregistered)
06/12/06 10:48 AM
Re: Methyl B-12 and Autism

any doctors in NJ for DAN other than Dr. Neubrander?

Anonymous
(Unregistered)
06/12/06 03:41 PM
Re: Methyl B-12 and Autism

looking for doctor in san diego area

Anonymous
(Unregistered)
06/12/06 08:45 PM
Re: Methyl B-12 and Autism

This should help you find a DAN doctor

http://www.drpodell.org/dan.shtml


WhiteLilac
(New Member)
06/18/06 11:38 PM
Re: Methyl B-12 and Autism

Dr. McCandless is in the San Diego area. She's not taking new patients, but she might know of a DAN physician nearby.

Children with Starving Brains
by Jaquelyn McCandless, M.D.
http://www.autism-rxguidebook.net/DesktopDefault.aspx

Lila


glorydays65
(New Member)
07/05/06 09:28 PM
Re: Methyl B-12 and Autism

Hey all. I am new to the group but very OLD to MB12...been using it since Jill James first got hooked on the down syndrome/autism similarities. My twins one w/ Down Syndrome and one with autism sparked the interest...ANYHOW, are you all using FOLINIC and TMG? Just wondering because we know some kids do better on the triad and some do worse. Sometimes you just have to tweak to get what works for your child. I know of one autistic child who cannot do folinic because his speech slows considerable...seems the MB12 injections opened up the pathway only to meet another blockage (adenosine deaminase deficiency). My daughter w/ arthritis cannot do folinic either, flares every time but she does terrific on MB12 (seems adenosine is elevated in arthritis and my guess is the folinic overloads the system with adenosine.) Anyhow, we see Dr. Cutler in Niagara Falls NY and Dr. Kalpana Patel in Cheektowaga NY. Both use MB12 in their practices. Medicaid covers it in NY (compounded so we don't have preservatives) and they also cover the folinic. I don't get to my mail consistently, usually a month or so behind, be patient if you need input...I had 4 kids in 4 years and three of them have 'issues'

smb2002
(New Member)
04/10/07 04:26 PM
Re: Methyl B-12 and Autism

Has anyone compared oral methyl B12 to injected? We have been given my daughter oral methyl B12 for 3 years in conjuction with folic and TMG . We have used liquid form for most of this time, but have recently switched to a capsule form that combines the three plus P5P.


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