B vitamins deficiency from high fluid intake?
I was curious if high fluid intake could prone you to B vitamins deficiency due to them being water soluble and unstorable.
For the past 2 years I've been having issues such as glossitis, seborrheic dermatitis, numbness in legs, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, poor short term memory, and mild speech problems. I've talked to my friend's father who is a physician and he said these could be symptoms of vitamin B deficiency. The thing is, I eat good sources of vitamin B all the time. I eat bananas, chicken, eggs, and whole grain bread almost daily. But I do drink a lot of water. I would say around 2-2.5 gallons a day.
So could my high water consumption be flushing the B vitamins out of my body?