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Thiamin excess
Are there any adverse affects from a high thiamin level (100.4)? Can it cause vertigo, numbness and tingling in toes, or leg cramps?

I have been taking a multiple vitamin (Usana) which contains mega doses of thiamine for about ten years.

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Hello and hope you are doing well.

Thiamin is a water soluble vitamin. So, the excess is usually excreted in the urine. If intake is high, only a small amount of thiamin is absorbed and elevated serum values result in active urinary excretion (Davis et al 1984). The total body content of the vitamin is about 30 mg.

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