Vitamin B6®

Pyridoxine

Therapeutic indications

  • vitamin B6 defficiency
  • neuropathy
  • idiopathic sideroblastic anemia
  • premenstrual syndrome
  • vomiting during pregnancy
  • pyridoxine metabolism disorder in women taking estrogens or contraceptives
  • radiation disease
  • amino acids metabolism disorder(cystinuria)
  • alcoholic polyneuritis
  • isoniazid, hydralazine, cycloserine, penicillamine therapy
  • newborn convulsions caused by vitamin B6 deficiency

Packaging:

Tablets 20mg

Way of issuing:

Without prescription

Product code:

ATC A11H A02


Vitamin B6

Pyridoxine

Therapeutic indications

  • vitamin B6 defficiency
  • neuropathy
  • idiopathic sideroblastic anemia
  • premenstrual syndrome
  • vomiting during pregnancy
  • pyridoxine metabolism disorder in women taking estrogens or contraceptives
  • radiation disease
  • amino acids metabolism disorder(cystinuria)
  • alcoholic polyneuritis
  • isoniazid, hydralazine, cycloserine, penicillamine therapy
  • newborn convulsions caused by vitamin B6 deficiency

Type:

Tablets 20mg

Condition:

Without prescription

Code:

ATC A11H A02


General Info

Vitamin B6 (also known as pyridoxine) is a water-soluble vitamin. This means that our body cannot store it for a long time and it needs to be constantly ingested.

One of the most important functions of vitamin B6 is that it helps the immune system produce antibodies, which the body needs to fight colds and infections.
Vitamin B6 plays a key role in the normal function of the nervous system, actively participates in the formation of red blood cells, relieves nausea, protects the body from skin diseases and cramps. This important vitamin is needed for balancing hormones in women and balancing sodium and potassium.
Vitamin B6 is useful for children who have learning difficulties.

Some of the most common symptoms of vitamin B6 deficiency are:
fatigue and exhaustion;
nervousness;
anemia;
depression;
concentration problems or memory problems;
skin diseases;
headache and dizziness;
cramps or stiffness.

Usage

  • Vitamin B6 deficiency: 20-50 mg, up to 3 times a day.Isoniazid induced neuropathy: Prophylaxis – 10 mg once daily.Treatment – 50 mg three times a day.Idiopathic sideroblastic anemia: 100-400 mg daily, divided into several doses.Premenstrual syndrome: 50-100 mg daily, divided into several doses.Vomiting during pregnancy: 20-100 mg daily, divided into several doses.Amino acids metabolism disorder  (cystinuria): 60 mg daily for 3 weeks, and 50 mg per day for life.

Important before usage

Composition

1 tablet contains 20 mg pyridoxine hydrochloride

Packaging

Box of 20 tablets of 20 mg.

Vitamin B6 (also known as pyridoxine) is a water-soluble vitamin. This means that our body cannot store it for a long time and it needs to be constantly ingested.

One of the most important functions of vitamin B6 is that it helps the immune system produce antibodies, which the body needs to fight colds and infections.
Vitamin B6 plays a key role in the normal function of the nervous system, actively participates in the formation of red blood cells, relieves nausea, protects the body from skin diseases and cramps. This important vitamin is needed for balancing hormones in women and balancing sodium and potassium.
Vitamin B6 is useful for children who have learning difficulties.

Some of the most common symptoms of vitamin B6 deficiency are:
fatigue and exhaustion;
nervousness;
anemia;
depression;
concentration problems or memory problems;
skin diseases;
headache and dizziness;
cramps or stiffness.