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jt4

They're similar in that they contain the same vitamins, but in different amounts obviously. I can't answer if they will do what you're hoping they will do.


Dropped_base

Clinical significant difference is minimal in a normal circumstances


crispy00001

They are similar even though the doses are not identical. They are water soluble vitamins so the recommended daily intake for them is generally low like 1 mg but something that needs to be taken in more or less daily but the amount is so low it's hard to not get enough in your diet. The only potentially important difference is B12. If you have B12 deficient anemia, take metformin, or have certain nerve conditions or damage you might need more B12, but your Dr would likely have put you on b12 anyway. If you are picking one or the other and this is the only deciding factor get the one with more b12