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Continuous neuropathy in feet post a fall, blood work showed excessive b12. Is excess b12 dangerous?

I have neuropathy in my feet . It could be from a fracturing my tail bone. I fell last September and the neuropathy started several months after that. I have been to various doctors and really do not have an answer. I started taking the Nerve Support. I showed my internist, after blood work she said I was taking too much B 12. Is it bad to have too much B 12. Thank you
Asked On : Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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Vitamin B12 has role in functioning of nerve conduction if there are low level then mild nerve compression can lead to more damage of nerve and subsequently more pain.

High levels of B12 are not dangerous nothing to worry.
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