Benefits of vitamin b6 treatment

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1042487 tn?1275283499 The forming of histamine, serotonin, dopamine and adrenaline are dependent on vitamin B6. Vitamin B6 is required for the production of serotonin and helps to maintain healthy immune system functions, to protect the heart from cholesterol deposits, and to prevent kidney stone formation. Vitamin B6 is indicated for the treatment of sideroblast anemia, neurologic disturbances, seborrhoeic dermatitis, and cheilosis.
Avatar n tn I do up to the 1 on b12 every week , my question is , how many cc for the b6? and how many days a week? should I do 1 cc of b12 and 1 cc of b6 on the other cheek.? 3 times a week? like mon,wed,fri.?please help...
Avatar f tn ) In addition, long-term use of antibiotics can deplete vitamin B levels in the body, particularly B2, B9, B12, and vitamin H (biotin), which is considered part of the B complex. Anti-ulcer Medications The body's ability to absorb vitamin B12 is decreased when taking stomach acid-reducing medications such as omeprazole, lansoprazole, ranitidine, cimetidine, or antacids that are often used to treat gastroesophageal reflux, ulcers or related symptoms.
Avatar n tn I have read all of your posts about L-tyro and b6 etc. Thank you all for infomormation. My question is do you stop all the pain meds. before taking the L-tyro and b6, or do you overlap them. I am currently taking oxycontin 40mg 2x daily and lorcet 10/650 2 3x daily. Should I just go cold or what is the protocol? Sorry if my question is a little confusing. Thank you all in advance for any advice you can give me.
Avatar m tn Accordingly for energy I take a supplement that has some iron in it but more importantly has 125% daily intake of vitamin B12, 235% of B2, 167% of B1 and 100% of B6. I credit this supplement for keeping my energy level is pretty close to what it was prior to treatment.
1216899 tn?1288573925 By way of encouragement, I have a friend who began treatment with a vitamin D level of 4 approximately 2 months ago -- I don't know where she is in her treatment but I know she was also being evaluated for celiac disease. I was at a doctor's yesterday who stressed the importance of taking D3, it's the most bioavailable form -- the prescription mega doses are usually D2 but they work well for some people I wasn't one of them. Best of luck wishing you good days only in the months to come...
Avatar m tn Hello, I have a d deficiency also but ended up having b deficiencies, low on vitamin c, also Epstein Barre virus antibodies (inactive) very high. So lots of pains and fogginess and just not getting out of bed. So you may want to have other vitamins checked --also hormones etc. I did hear that you may need magnesium also and K2 when you have a vitamin d deficiency. Not sure how accurate. But also if you still feel the same symptoms you may need to stay on a maintenance dose of like 2,000 i.u.
Avatar f tn You can also take a bioavailable form of folic acid, B12 and B6 called Metanx. Because of your mutations, you should take extra folic acid, B6, and B12, and I feel Metanx is the best way to get it. I agree with the high risk monitoring and testing for neural tube defects risk. I think it is reasonalbe for you to have a consultation with a high risk doctor called a perinatologist or Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialist who specializes in high risk pregnancies such as yours.
Avatar n tn We realize that she is not alone in this case, contrary to what doctors used to say, explaining that it was impossible to have IFN side effects many years after the end of the treatment. It is for her like a recognition that, no, it is no a psychological symptom or an absence of will (those who really know her have never had doubts as she has an exceptional mindset). We really understand what you can feel and what you have been through.
Avatar m tn Also there is a possbility that I, as well as many of you, have some form of prostatitis. We need to go get that checked out. If that is the case than the good news is that it is treatable. So I've narrowed it down to three possibilities for my case: - Prostatitis - Unbalanced circulation or hormone levels caused by the MDMA - some weird STD (I've had unprotected sex numerous times, but this option is very unlikely as it started the morning after I have done mdma).
429155 tn?1205676864 I am David aged 55 and employed as a postman/driver/sorter, well up until 38 months ago I had never been into hospital,well boy was that about to change.
Avatar m tn On the last trial I was on, June-July 2008, part of that trial included a side study of bone density relating to treatment. Prior to the treatment drugs, I was given a baseline bone densitometry where they did the measurements, etc. I had some mild osteopenia. Following 29 days of treatment, I was given another bone densitometry and it showed more osteopenia than the previous scan prior to the treatment. It was recommended that I have follow-up on later scans to see if it has stabilized.
Avatar f tn I have been on 100mg of Topamax since the end of April. I immediately experienced the loss of appetite. I seaked the advice of a naturopath to use it to my advantage because I had about 80 pounds to lose. I see him every Friday and since then, I have lost 43 pounds...:-) It has not been difficult. It seems like he weight is coming off on its own now. I don't crave anything. I'm hoping to reach my goal by January.
604197 tn?1292308636 I had a head injury walking up my steps in March 2009. I fractured my skull, had internal bleeding and have also lost my smell and taste. I went to a neurologist, who said the same thing as everyone else "3 months if it will come back" I can't accept this. I still eat like I can taste. It's amazing what people (including myself) take for granted. I never even knew this kind of thing was possible. I have an infant, a 6 year old, and pregnant w/a third. Can this affect the unborn baby?
Avatar n tn When they find an easy way of physically monitoring what is being produced in my brain on a regular basis I think I'll be more comfortable with the quality of the diagnosis and treatment. In the meantime I'm eating lots of salmon, dairy and sesame covered almonds. heh.
Avatar f tn Meetings are crucial, it doesn't matter whether she is religious, having a sponsor to talk to 24/7 is crucial, having a therapist that specializes in addiction treatment and of course Narcotics Anonymous meetings. And on top of her doing the work staying clean you as a family have to get help as well. Believe me when I tried to explain that one to my parents that didn't exactly go over to well. And its hard to explain it to someone that will not understand and has no intentions of doing so.
Avatar n tn I use spironolactone for acne, one of the benefits - no facial hair!! It helps stop the growth of facial hair!! Ask your doctor to put you on it!!
Avatar f tn There are claims made by some product manufacturers that it helps treat urinary tract infections, but there is no evidence to support this use. Slippery Elm is a mild form of treatment and it is not known to cause any health concerns. In some more organic forms, the bark can cause allergic reactions in some people (and presumably in some dogs as well).
Avatar n tn I have yet to find a definite answer, though I have had my hormones tested and discovered all of my hormones are out of balance. I'm in the process of trying bioidentical hormone replacement to see if that helps. Hope you find some answers.
Avatar n tn For the anemic lady, I would advocate that you ask that your copper level be checked (Plays just as big of a role w/ anemia as iron-unfortunately, it is rarely looked into) and ask your physician about the merits of adding B12, Folic Acid and B6 to your diet. Knowing where your copper level is sitting is HUGE-more than you would ever know, as a matter of fact.
Avatar f tn I think I will just try with vitamin B6 for a couple of cycles to see how things go before going to a reproductive endocronologist....thanks once again my ladies...I really appreciate your replying to my problem...
1160836 tn?1332333769 I am now on my 3 and last round of Clomid I am on 150mg 3-7 days and I hope that this time I O because on my last round they told me I O early on cd 15 I have never O in 11 years so that was a good thing. But doc said that the numbers where not where he wanted them to be at so that is why he up my clomid this time. As for side effects on 50mg I had mood swings and hot flashes and the wonderful headaches... On 100mg I thank god I did not have any but did have crazy dreams with them.
Avatar m tn The taurine is an amino acid, not an herb, and B6 is a vitamin, but they are also important. But there's a huge number of relaxant herbs out there. St. John's Wort is also an antidepressant. There's just so much to choose from, and I can't tell you which or if any will work for you. It's a process. Good luck.
Avatar m tn An good example of this would be administration of the drug, Isoniazide used in the treatment of tuberculosis. One potential side effect of this drug in inflammation of peripheral nerves. The chance of this occurring can be reduced significantly by the co-administration of Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), especially to persons at greater risk of neuropathy, for example those with HIV infection, nutritional deficiency, diabetes, pregnancy.
499534 tn?1328707778 Right now I am taking a multi-vitamin and calcium and I'm not sure that if I am taking enough of the right supplements. I see a lot of discussion about Vitamin B, Vitamin C, etc. My multi-vitiamin has the following: Vitamin B6 2 mg B12 6 mcg C 120mg Magnesium 100mg Zinc 22.5mg Total Calcium (w/multi and calcium supplements) 1162 mg Vitamin D 1200 I.U. One other question--Does anyone know how menpause affects the thyroid medication?
Avatar n tn Red or orange urine within 1 or 2 days of treatment – this is the colour of the drug and is nothing to worry about Occasional side effects Diarrhoea - you should drink plenty of fluids. If it becomes severe or persistent you could get dehydrated so you should tell your doctor or nurse.
Avatar m tn His skin says his body is not functioning optimally for some unknown reason - many people have eczema, but for many different reasons. For some people it is simple - they might not be able to break down vitamin b6 into a useable form called p5p (genetic glitch) - so replacing with p5p, not the usual b6 in vitamins, will cure the problem (just an example of one scenario). Some people have a high need for zinc (especially males in puberty years).
802547 tn?1237850517 I recommend Super Nathera, Culturelle, Cod Liver Oil, Caprylic Acid, CoQ10, Calcium, Vitamin C, Selenium, Zinc, Vitamin B12, B6, and Magnesium.” * There is no evidence of efficacy for any of these supplements in the treatment of autism. “You need to consult with a DAN! Practitioner.” * DAN! Practitioners recommend chelation therapy for the treatment of autism. There is no evidence (http://www.mayoclinic.
1110049 tn?1409405744 If something makes you feel less depressed, even if it is a placebo effect, then I am all for it. I read about the benefits of taking a vitamin B complex pill for depression. So along with my multi-vitamin pill, which the opthalmologist told me to take for my eye problem, and Omega 3, I started taking Vitamin B complex. B1 for mood, B2 for brain energy, B3 for mental health, B5 for stress, B6 for emotional stability and inositol for calming.
Avatar f tn Hello Hjs71, I am 37 and have had a miscarriage this past June, a chemical pregnancy last month (which is a loss before end of cycle) and I have a son who has Down syndrome. I too was recently diagnosed with MTHFR same variant as you, C677T. This genetic mutation or variant is one of the two common MTHFR variants. Two common variations of the MTHFR gene are C677T and A1298C but it is important to note that the variant we have is the more problematic of the two with respect to health issues.