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Allergic reaction to vitamin b complex?
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Sgottsc posted:
Has anyone ever had an allergic reaction to vitamin B Complex? I started taking in on Monday before I took it I opened the bottle and took a whif of it, I needed to see how bad it smelled prior to taking it. The next day my eyes were puffy and the skin red around them. The two weeks prior I was having broncial allergies due to the damp and wet weather. I took Zyrtac D for that and had stopped the allergy pill 4 days before taking the vitamin. Not certain if it is from either the previous allergies or the new vitamin i started taking. Please let me know if you have any insight.
Thanks much!!
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