About Me: Female, 71, spokane, WA, member since May 2012
I love gardening, trying new recipes and camping in my little trailor! however since this last february I have been diagnosed with vitamin b6 toxicity, 4 times more than normal' and I have very tingly feet. I think It started when I was taking oregano oil as a deconge
[More]stant. the neurologist I saw said to stop. I was afraid I was getting ms, so I started a stress pack vitamin full of b6. then I had trouble even walking in the park, so they did a blood test and found high b6. stoped the stress pack, but started on omega 3 fish oil which helped my allergies, then found out it has b6 too! Now I'm just taking d3 which I am low in and calcium and an ocassional multi-vitamin which causes more tingling,but the vitamin d3 and calcium seems to help! I am open for any suggestions. Certain foods high in b vitamins also make it worse! thanks, miss millie
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