MIC Injections are subcutaneous injections that distribute fat burning substances into fatty deposits within the body. While the MIC Injections assist the release of fat throughout the body, they are combined with vitamin B-12 to help accelerate metabolism - you may have heard of this combination as Lipotropic Injections. By administering these injections Dr. Fatakhov at The Center for Internal and Integrative Medicine in Alpharetta, Georgia, is able to assist patient's overall weight loss in a safe and precise way.
MIC Stands for Methionine Inositol Choline.
Methionine is an essential amino acid that functions as a lipotropic agent. This means that methionine helps to start the breakdown of fat in the body.
There are several benefits of Methionine including:
Inositol is a B vitamin that has several beneficial properties including:
Choline is an essential nutrient that helps support the processing and release of waste from the liver, the transport and metabolism of fats and cholesterol, and the health of the endocrine and cardiovascular systems. There are various benefits of choline including:
When MIC Injections are administered correctly you may feel a slight pinch, a local warming under the skin or a small tightness in the general injection location. Dr. Eduard Fatakhov’s patients have reported feeling no considerable discomfort. As with any injection or procedure, if you have a low pain threshold and a high sensitivity to pain, you should discuss your concerns with Dr. Fatakhov. If needed, a topical or local numbing agent could be applied.
For most patients MIC Injections are safe. Most patients will experience no side effects other than the induced weight loss that the MIC Injections are created to achieve. There is the possibility of a small number of patients experiencing side effects such as upset stomach, urinary problems or feelings of depression. While these side effects are rare it is important to discuss any concerns that you might have with Dr. Fatakhov before the MIC Injections are administered.
If you would like more information on MIC Injections, please contact The Center for Internal and Integrative Medicine to schedule a consultation with Dr. Fatakhov.