How much Vitamin B complex should a 65 year old woman take for carpal tunnel syndrome and will it help?

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Although its effectiveness is controversial, vitamin B6 is often used as a conservative and adjunct therapy in treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome. Many patients attempt to treat their symptoms with vitamin B6 on their own. Vitamin B6 at less than 200 mg daily is not likely to cause any adverse effects, but patients should be monitored for changes in symptoms, particularly when high doses are taken over long periods.

Conservative treatments for carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) usually involve a combination of drugs (including corticosteroids), splinting, and activity modification. Before moving to surgery to treat CTS,1 some patients try alternative treatments, such as vitamin B6 supplementation. Up to 9% of adult women develop CTS.2 Although CTS has been linked to repetitive strain injury, other health conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis and type 2 diabetes, could be important causes of CTS.3 Examining the role of micronutrients, such as vitamin B6, is warranted because these conditions might be related to, and even affect, nutritional status, providing a rationale for such study.