The development of sensory neuropathy has been reported in patients taking 2-7 g of pyridoxine per day for a variety of reasons (there is some slight evidence that it is effective in treating premenstrual syndrome). There was some residual damage after withdrawal of these high doses; other reports suggest that intakes in excess of 200 mg/d are associated with neurologic damage.
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