30 Oct 2023 Blackmores Elevated vitamin B6 levels and peripheral neuropathy 30 Oct 2023 Share Share on LinkedIn Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Pinterest News Key Takeaways Peripheral neuropathy (PN) can develop from both vitamin B6 deficiency and toxicity. PN occurs most commonly when multiple products containing vitamin B6 are taken, often unwittingly. PN occurs when supplementing with pyridoxine, the inactive form of vitamin B6. PN induced by vitamin B6 toxicity typically resolves within 6 months following cessation of supplements containing pyridoxine. × To continue reading this article, please Log In or Sign Up for access.