Metanx (Levomefolate/Vitamin B6/Vitamin B12) Customer Reviews


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What is Metanx medication? 

Metanx is a dietary supplement containing activated folate (levomefolate or l-methyfolate calcium) and vitamins B6 and B12. This medication is taken under the supervision of your doctor as dietary management for people with diabetic peripheral neuropathy to help meet the nutritional requirements of the body. 

It works by improving blood flow or circulation, thereby repairing nerve damage. As a result, it helps alleviate nerve damage symptoms such as pain, numbness, or tingling sensation.

Best way to use Metanx 

Read all drug instructions and information carefully before using this medication. Follow the directions on the leaflet or as directed by your doctor when taking the drug. If you have any questions about how to use this drug or if you require medical assistance, you should contact your healthcare practitioner. 

The dosage and frequency of this drug vary based on your medical condition and response to treatment. This drug is available in Metanx 3/35/2 mg per capsule. 

As prescribed, take this pill orally. The suggested daily dose is one capsule taken twice a day or as recommended by your doctor. 

Take it regularly to avoid missing a dose, and making a note in your calendar may help you remember not to forget a pill. If you forgot to take your medication, skip the missed dose and resume your regular schedule. 

Do not alter your dosage. Changing the dosage and frequency of the medication is not recommended because of the increased risk of experiencing side effects. Dosage adjustments depend on your healthcare practitioner’s assessment and evaluation.

Metanx Side Effects 

The most common side effects of this medication that generally improve with time are as follows: 

  • Upset stomach 
  • Nausea 
  • Diarrhea 
  • Gas 
  • Headache
  • Itching
  • Sensitive to light
  • Loss of appetite 

 If any of these side effects worsen over time or if you develop any of the following adverse reactions, contact your doctor right away: 

  • Allergic reactions (rashes, hives, swelling of the face and lips, throat tightness, or difficulty breathing) 

This list does not include all of the drug information and health implications of this medication. Other adverse effects could occur.


Before beginning this therapy, make sure you have fully disclosed your medical history to your doctor, especially if you have kidney or liver problems. Doing so keeps you from aggravating your existing medical condition. 

Do not use this drug if you have an allergy to this prescription drug or any other component. 

Use caution when taking products containing milk, soy, and carmine. Do not consume alcohol while receiving Metanx therapy. 

Ensure to tell your doctor about all the medicines and supplements you are taking to avoid drug interactions. 

Take your laboratory test regularly for monitoring. Taking folic acid every day may conceal deficiency in vitamin B12. 

Store this medication at room temperature away from light and moisture exposure.

How much does Metanx cost? 

The price of this medication is relatively affordable. You can purchase this medication from our online drugstore hassle-free.

Frequently Asked Questions 

How long will it take for Metanx to be working effectively?      

The result varies from person to person. However, it will take two to three months of taking Metanx consistently to experience its therapeutic effect.

Is Metanx safe during pregnancy? 

Before starting this medication, inform your doctor that you are pregnant to avoid harming your unborn child. Discuss the positive and negative effects of this drug.

Can I stop taking Metanx anytime? 

Do not stop taking this drug without first consulting your primary care provider. Your doctor will be the one who will tell you when to stop taking this medication.

Is Metanx safe for children? 

The safety and usefulness of this drug have not yet been established for children. Consult your doctor for the appropriate medication for young individuals. 

Additional information

Generic name:

Levomefolate/Vitamin B6/Vitamin B12





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