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The only way for you would be to come off what you taking and slowly build back up to see which one it is, because what is doing it to you make not...
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Who ever keeps putting all this add rubbish on here, your brain must be the size of your nuts. Have you not worked it yet once an add gets answered...
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Hi A bright yellow hue to the urine following a B-complex vitamin is a harmless, just try cutting back to a lower dose if it worry's you and see...
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Who ever keeps putting all this add rubbish on here, your brain must be the size of your nuts. Have you not worked it yet once an add gets answered...
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Who ever keeps putting all this add rubbish on here, your brain must be the size of your nuts.Have you not worked it yet once an add gets answered...
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Hi Here’s a couple of links that should help you, turmeric seems to be one thing that helps fight cancers, and its one thing I have daily as its also...
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This is not the best place to put this question as this site is a medical site, you must be sick if you posting your question here? And keep posting...
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This is not the best place to put this question as this site is a medical site, you must be sick if you posting your question here? And keep posting...
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No, there's no way that could happen.  Think about all the shrimp and citrus dishes out there!
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Hi You don't you need to get a blood test done and your doctor will adjust your hormones for you with the right ones. OKGood Luck
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It may have been zinc.  Here's a list of many typical vitamins and supplements that are used to help with warts.http://www.webmd...
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Yes, I've heard of that.  Often b-complex deficiency, especially niacin deficiency, can cause problems with temperature control.
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Hi found you a couple of links that should help you. https://www.vitamindcouncil.org/further-topics/i-tested-my-vitamin-d-level-what-do-my-results...
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