A typical dose of vitamin B6 for morning sickness is 10 mg to 25 mg, 3 times a day.2
Talk to your health professional before you take vitamin B6 for morning sickness.
Intake of more than 100 mg a day of vitamin B6 can cause temporary nerve damage.
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