Studies suggest that taking vitamin B6 for
morning sickness greatly improves nausea, though not vomiting, for many pregnant women. There
has been no sign of harm to the fetus with vitamin B6 use.1
A typical dose of vitamin B6 for morning sickness is 10 mg to
25 mg, 3 times a day.2
Talk to your health professional before you take vitamin B6 for
Intake of more than 100 mg a day
of vitamin B6 can cause temporary nerve damage.
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August 06, 2014
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