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Are there any dangerous drug interactions with vitamins--In

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Are there any dangerous drug interactions with B vitamins--In particular, Thiamin, Niacin, Riboflavin, B-12?

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There is no dangerous or significant adverse interaction between the use of thiamine, niacin, Riboflavin and/or B-12. However, niacin at doses more than 500 mg can cause stomach pain and irritation with skin flushing, and if other vitamins are use at the same time, it can slow their absorption. In general, the treatment of high dose niacin induced flushing is over the counter aspirin.

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