Allergy research vitamin b complex

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Avatar n tn I know that I can't take multi-vitamins or B-complex vitamins myself. I recently learned from reading this forum that people allergic to B-complex are usually allergic to B3 and B6. For me there is no doubt that I was reacting to B6, since I had been trying to take it separately. My symptoms went away when I stopped taking B6. Someone once asked me if I had been flushing, since niacin will make people flush. No, I had a different symptom altogether that was clearly an allergic response.
Avatar f tn Hi. Vitamin B can be beneficial to acne sufferers so this may be an allergic reaction. Book another appointment to see your doctor for evaluation and advice. If you develop any other symptoms such as swelling or difficulty breathing seek medical help right away.
Avatar f tn Vitamin B complex will only fix your depression if you have a Vitamin B deficiency causing your depression symtoms. If your depression were caused by poor thyroid function you would have to take medication to correct your thyroid function to fix your depression symptoms. If you have actual depression caused by a lack of seratonin in your brain, you need medication for depression to fix that deficiency. Vitamin B is not going to fix your seratonin deficiency.
Avatar n tn Has anyone suffered vitamin B addiction. I was taking a nerve formula for neuropathy that had only B vitamins and upon trying to cut down on the dose I suffered extreme neuropathy pain as well as general body pain. I went back to my normal dosage and the symptoms went away. this happened twice and I am back on the B vitamin formula.
Avatar f tn Is it ok to take B-complex for a little energy while pregnant? I am 30 weeks along and dragging butt big time!
Avatar n tn From what I understand this is not a drug to be taken as needed and I do not really want to be on anymore prescription medications. After doing some research I read that Vitamin B complex was a good remedy for anxiety and was wondering if anyone has had any experience with it? I'm just looking to find something to help keep me calm while going through counseling. Any advice or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
689528 tn?1364135841 I haven't experienced morning sickness yet. (Fingers crossed I don't) At times I'll get like a hot spell and maybe feel a little nauseated but it never lasts longer than a minute. Anyway...was wondering if everyone takes extra vitamin B?! It's supposed to help and while TTC I started taking B50 complex and I am still continuing it. I think this may be why I don't feel sick.....LOL I'll keep ya updated though cuz I'll just be 5 weeks tomorrow!!
1381186 tn?1280202029 Not sure about the magnesium question -- magnesium doesn't usually nauseate people. It can cause loose stools if you take too much or if you take unabsorbable forms of it. Minerals can also be a problem if taken apart from meals, although magnesium can be useful for relaxing the muscles if taken apart from meals before bedtime. The mineral most associated with causing nausea is iron.
Avatar f tn Also Dirty neck of the atopics (family history of allergy) is a look alike. Get the boy's CBC and urine examination also.Addition of B complex factors would help. Do consult your doc. ok?
Avatar n tn My experience is that B vitamins truly do help preserve nerve health and reduce the incidence of neuropathy pain. I take a 50 mg B complex (50 mg of each B vitamin) daily, and have also taken better control of my blood glucose levels, I no longer have neuropathy pain and have not lost significantly more feeling in my feet since then. When I have increased the level to 100 mg, I started to have pain again.
Avatar m tn I have been taking a B complex vitamin, B12, and Zinc for a few months and do not see a difference. I avoid all spicy and acidic foods and its still there. I had it before as a baby and my brother has pretty much always had it. Could this be genetic? If so, will it always be there or will it come and go?
Avatar f tn Hi Leslie, The OMS diet that I am on prescribes that I take 20mls of fish oil per day, Vit B complex, plus 8000iu of Vit D because I'm around 85kgs. I have just had my Vit B and D levels checked and they confirm I'm okay. The fish oil is generally 20 x 1000mg capsules per day for the first 9months then you can go straight to 20mls of flaxseed oil. Otherwise a tin of John West sardines gives you the same hit of omega3 but is very tasty.
Avatar m tn s funny you should mention those two vitamin classes. I have taken both Vitamin B complex and Sam-e in the past, along with a host of other vitamins (magnesium, zinc, B6 etc). I will definitely consider restarting that regimen again. I know I don't get enough of these vitamins in my diet anyways, so supplementing them with vitamins can only help. I wish you the best as you continue to endure with your condition. Thanks for your kind words and advice.
Avatar n tn You may have to take vitamin B-complex supplements. I suggest you to consult physician. Take care and regards.
Avatar f tn My ANA also came back positive. I was told to take a complex B vitamin and also go see a rheumatologist. Since taking the vitamins I am still having all of these symptoms and am now worried that the doctor might be right about thinking I have lupus. I am scared and am hoping that these problems are just coming from my lack of vitamin B. My question is how long before the vitamins will be built up in my body? I know these are water soluble vitamins and I am taking them every day.
Avatar n tn u can overdose if taking huge amounts at once like 3000mg or sumtin..I drink vitamin b complex juice everyday and it has about 300mg of things like b6, b12, folic acid, nacin, thiamin and other b conplex stuff..helps with anxiety ALOT ..
Avatar f tn I was told it was a yeast infection by many drs-but the yeast medication never helped! I finally did a little research and found out that it could be a vitamin B deficiency-so now when I get those painful splits in the corner of my mouth, I take a vitamin B complex and it usually is cleared up by the next day-if it is really bad, it takes 2 days. I continue to take the extra B complex vitamin for a good 2 weeks, just to make sure they don't come back. I rarely get them now.
1692515 tn?1306270048 I don't think doctors really know all of the causes for Fibromyalgia. Anything is possible. Very likely, as with me, you have had vitamin D deficiency, too. That was one of the reasons I was finally diagnosed myself. Since I know vitamin D deficiency has been noted as a root cause for why some people get Parkinsons, then I know vitamin D is important for neurological function. Also, be sure to have your vitamin B 12 tested.
Avatar n tn hello, I currently am taking super b complex vitamin. After taking this vitamin, I notice that my urine is a deeper yellow and sometimes smells like the vitamin. Should I be concerned? also, I heard that this is a sign that my body is not absorbing the vitamin and that I am pissing it out as well as I should look into another brand, is this true?
Avatar f tn Hello, The symptoms are suggestive of cheilitis and contact dermatitis. Firstly,It can be due to vit B deficiency. Take some vitamin B complex for some days and see if your symptoms improve. Secondly, it can be due to atopic dermatitis or eczema("Atopic" refers to a group of diseases where there is often an inherited tendency to develop other allergic conditions, such as asthma and hay fever). Cheilitis(Inflammation of the skin on and around the lips)is often seen in atopic dermatitis.
Avatar f tn I just started taking Probiotics capsules, taking a Vitamin B Complex 3 times a day, and 50mg of Zinc. But have seen no improvement as of yet. I have no known food allergies (do they show up after 21 years?) And since this facial rash has started I now turn bright red in the Eczema patches on my face when I even have ONE sip of alcohol. (Ive never had this problem before) I don't know what it is. No one knows what it is. I'm desperate and very depressed. I would gladly take any advice.
Avatar n tn remove all caffine and stimulants and sugar from the diet, lots of water, herbal teas with nettle extract (I find blackberry and nettle good), vitamin B complex and vitamin C complex etc. But take advice, because she is only 7 and you don't want to overdose her on any vitamins as too many can be as bad as too little. Goats milk soap is very good for the skin, I have heard that epsom salts baths can also be good. Organic food if you can afford it - or grow your own. Exercise is also good.