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Ruth Nov 28, 2009 04:58:37 PM ET

It is very important to check with your doctor. i too started taking vitamin b6 and quickly became pregnant as my luteal phase was lengthened. however, out of ignorance i stopped taking the vitamin supplement after taking it for about a week and miscarried. also, i read that as much as 200 mg a day could cause birth defects. the vitamin can actually be stored in the muscles. it is definitely important to check with your doctor first.

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Liz Oct 6, 2008 09:09:36 AM ET

I looked this up for you and found that if you take 50-200mg b6 every day, it may help with luteal phase defects. you should check with your doctor to find out the correct dosage that is right for you an overdose of any supplements can be extremely dangerous to your health. good luck!

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swati Oct 5, 2008 05:38:22 PM ET

Hi thanks for sharing the information i would like to know when to take vitamin b6. is it during only luteal phase or entire cycle. please let me know. thanks swati

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Sierra Whisler Sep 2, 2005 04:06:17 PM ET

I am trying to conceive and i would like to ask you what you would reccomend as far as vitamins, i am currently taking a prenatal vitamin would i take the vitamin b6 as well and how many?

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