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295-A Suite 100, Midland Parkway, Summerville, SC 29485
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Summerville Office Hours: 8:30am - 5:00pm Monday - Friday

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 is known as pyridoxine and can be found in such foods as beans, cereals, vegetables, meat, liver, and eggs. It is produced in a laboratory as well. Vitamin B6 is used for the treatment and preventing of low pyridoxine levels (pyridoxine deficiency) and the "tired blood" (anemia). Vitamin B6 is also used for high cholesterol; heart disease; for decreasing homocysteine blood levels (a chemical tightly connected with the heart disease); for opening of clogged arteries after angioplasty (a balloon procedure to unblock them).
Vitamin B6 is sometimes used by women for some menstruation problems, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), stopping milk flow after childbirth, "morning sickness" in early pregnancy, depression connected with pregnancy, and symptoms of menopause.
Vitamin B6 is used for attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Alzheimer's disease, Down syndrome, diabetes autism, and related nerve pain, migraine headaches, sickle cell anemia, asthma, night leg cramps, carpal tunnel syndrome, muscle cramps, allergies, arthritis, acne, different skin conditions, infertility, etc.

Vitamin B6 is safe for most people, although in some of them it might cause vomiting, nausea, sleepiness, stomach pain, headache, loss of appetite, tingling, and other side effects. It's not recommended to use Vitamin B6 for a long period of time. It might cause nerve and brain problems.
Vitamin B6 is considered to be safe for pregnant and nursing women if it's taken under the thorough supervision of their doctor. It can be sometimes prescribed during pregnancy to relieve morning sickness. However, high doses of Vitamin B6 can be unsafe as these can result in the seizures of newborns. Breast-feeding women should use Vitamin B6 only in amounts up to 2 mg per day. Higher amounts are simply prohibited.
Vitamin B6 interacts with Amiodarone (Cordarone) by increasing a person's your sensitivity to sunlight. As a result, this combination can increase an individual's chances of blistering, sunburn, or skin rashes. People using Vitamin B6 with Amiodarone are highly advised to wear sunblock and protect their skin with clothes.

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