Vitamin B, body temperature and infrequent urination?
This is a question about Vitamin B (B-Complex): Every time I take a super b-complex pill which contains 1000% of the daily RDA for every B-vitamin your body can't synthesise on its own, my body temperature drops by nearly two degrees and I urinate once every few days.
This didn't happen before I had Lyme disease but now that I have it, it happens all the time and these effects I've noted, have lasted for days. Now taking two of these pills at once, which I did often before Lyme and had no effects other than yellow urine, might kill me. What's going on? Does my body have enough of the B vitamins or too little of them? Or is it something else?
You're well beyond any knowledge or ideas I would have, except to see an MD. You'll clearly of a scientific bent yourself and have thought through the situation logically. Stop back and let us know what you find out, okay? Best wishes --
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