Mine stays high and I've stopped my B-complex for a couple of years now. If you're on B-complex, you might want to stop but you need to have B1 checked and see if you need to keep supplementing B1 separately.
RNY, distal, 10/5/94
P.S. My year + long absence has NOTHING to do with my WLS, or my type of WLS. See my profile.
A couple of my B's were high in January when I had my labs checked. Its a vitamin that we really don't have a problem absorbing. I was supplementing with a B multi (in addition to a B12). I have cut back my B multi to every second or third day.
If you do a search, you will find that most dont need to supplement heavily with Bs. With the utmost respect to Vitalady, I think her B recommendations for DSers is a little on the high side. It is the only vitamin recommendation by Vitalady that I don't follow.
My B6 also went through the roof. I stopped my B Complex and I am keeping an eye on B1 through labs.