B6 Injection Vitamins. For B6 deficiency. Intramuscular or Intravenous – Only use vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine Hydrochloride) injections under the guidance and supervision of your health care professional.
Each 1 ml contains:
- Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine Hydrochloride 100 mg
Cautions When Using Vitamin B6
Always follow the direction of a health care professional who knows you.
Prolonged intake of high doses of vitamin B6 supplements, lasting a year or more, can result in severe nerve damage, causing a loss of control over bodily movements. Ceasing supplement intake typically halts the symptoms. Additional signs of vitamin B6 excess encompass painful skin patches, heightened sensitivity to sunlight, nausea, and heartburn.
Inform your doctor, pharmacist, and any healthcare professionals about using vitamin B6. They can advise you on potential interactions or interferences between vitamin B6 and prescription or over-the-counter medications. Additionally, they can assess whether B6 may impact how your body absorbs, utilizes, or metabolizes nutrients.