B12 and libido

M.J

Active Member
and another types of vitamin B?
Didn’t really check. But since you brought this up I guess I will check.

b12 is below

I should be seen few doctors for my high cholesterol and defy soon. They should explain this…..maybe.

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M.J

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For the record I am using this as my b12 supplement I am not sure if In anyway it has also b6 in it.
 

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M.J

Active Member
Wow that’s so weird. Have u googled what can cause elevated B6 levels? There’s obv got to be something making it go so high. I’m curious now what it could be
I have stopped taking b12, the above just in case. I really don’t know why it’s high I am not on multivitamins only d and b 12. Nothing serious.

Saturday I am seeing a doctor and soon defy.
 

M.J

Active Member
Wow that’s so weird. Have u googled what can cause elevated B6 levels? There’s obv got to be something making it go so high. I’m curious now what it could be
Maybe wrong reading I need to check this possibility also…. I guess.
 

JA Battle

Active Member
Thank you so much for this thread.
I’ve tested homocysteine but am waiting on results still. This bodily process of methylation is vast and controls thousands of genes.

Two days ago I began supplementing with the primary culprits related to this:

B vitamins (dose matters)
(riboflavin,b6, b12 are most relevant)
Choline 1.5g
TMG 1.25g 2x daily
Creatine 4.5g
Eating more red meat.

ive continued apolactoferrin due to my slightly elevated ferritin.

I’ve never had but 2 or three times morning wood during this whole trt experience. Yesterday had morning wood. Today had rock solid morning wood.
 

Golfboy307

Active Member
I am MTHFR positive and have been on B vitamin therapy for about 6 years (under the guidance of my doctor). I take Methyl CPG (3 different B vitamins) and a Methyl B12 sublingual. I have lowered my homocysteine from the 15 range to down around 8.0. This therapy, combined with TRT and Lisinopril (ACE inhibitor), have helped my circulation, erections and BP. However, it certainly takes awhile, and I can't isolate which of the three has helped more. Oh, I also take daily Cialis 2.5mg. Age 54.
 

M.J

Active Member
Vince I found this


Problems in MTHFR gene can cause high b6 !!!!
Not only this they say high b6 is actually mean i am deficient and need to take active forum of b6 !!!!!

now that something, how can I know if I have problems in mrhfr gene ? Is it a test ?
 

DixieWrecked

Active Member
Vince I found this


Problems in MTHFR gene can cause high b6 !!!!
Not only this they say high b6 is actually mean i am deficient and need to take active forum of b6 !!!!!

now that something, how can I know if I have problems in mrhfr gene ? Is it a test ?
Yes. Take the 23andme and then upload your data into a nutrition site that analyses this. I took at and I have the mutation. Never really thought too much about it but your thread has changed my mind a bit.
 

JA Battle

Active Member
Vince I found this


Problems in MTHFR gene can cause high b6 !!!!
Not only this they say high b6 is actually mean i am deficient and need to take active forum of b6 !!!!!

now that something, how can I know if I have problems in mrhfr gene ? Is it a test ?
Riboflavin may be the answer because riboflavin is necessary to convert b6 into p5p. I’ve read in one place that riboflavin is the place to start along with methyfolate.

I can’t find where I read it. It was yesterday. The b complex I have is perfect I’ll take a picture when I’m home. 10mg max of b6
5 mg max of riboflavin .5 mg methyl folate.
 

Vince

Super Moderator
Yes. Take the 23andme and then upload your data into a nutrition site that analyses this. I took at and I have the mutation. Never really thought too much about it but your thread has changed my mind a bit.
Your doctor can test for it. Before I was tested, I always used Methyl. That way I knew I was safe. Luckily I made a right call.
 

Vince

Super Moderator
Well maybe not too inexpensive.

 

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