Vitamin B6 vs. P-5-P and NERVE DAMAGE

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    Vitamin B6 vs. P-5-P and NERVE DAMAGE


    "studies have shown that consistent intake of vit b6 in excess of 500mg per day can cause nerve damage"-Datbtrue.

    I was wondering if anyone has info on this. the context of the question is using p-5-p vs higher doses of B6 to control prolactin when using progestins. what is a safe dosing/cycling protocol for using EITHER of these compounds to control prolactin...thanks

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    the nerve damage is from using b6 from pyridoxine hcl, not p-5-p. In clinical studies, they used 600mg of b6 a day (not sure whether p-5-p or pyridoxine) for a week to stop women who had recently given birth to stop lactating entirely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    the nerve damage is from using b6 from pyridoxine hcl, not p-5-p. In clinical studies, they used 600mg of b6 a day (not sure whether p-5-p or pyridoxine) for a week to stop women who had recently given birth to stop lactating entirely.
    so would you say a dosing protocol of 100-200mg per day p-5-p while using progestins and can be run indefinitely with no risk? (assuming lengthy use of progestins for sake of conversation).
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    yeah for sure. if you look at it, 100mg is not an uncommon dosage even of pyridoxine hcl. 200mg a day seems to be a good protective amount. plus it aids protein synthesis too
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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    yeah for sure. if you look at it, 100mg is not an uncommon dosage even of pyridoxine hcl. 200mg a day seems to be a good protective amount. plus it aids protein synthesis too
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    Something like ZMA may be good, as it has a little b6, and Zinc is also said to lower prolactin.
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    ZMK from Millenium Sport Technologies includes 25mg of P-5-P in theirs. its a nice formula
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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    ZMK from Millenium Sport Technologies includes 25g of P-5-P in theirs. its a nice formula
    25g?? or 25mg?
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    doh! 25mg
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