I just got my blood tests back, they were very high folate >25 b12 1376 I think that this is caused by my supplementation (I did not stop supplementing until the day of testing). My question is: do these reflect active or unactive b vitamins. Is it possible that people with conversion problems end up with high folate, b12 and pyridoxine (and low methylfolate, methylb12 and p5p)? I think I feel better taking methylfolate, but honestly b12 never did anything I think. p5p does do something, but pyridoxine causes nerve damage for me. I think that for us supplementing inactive b's may actually be harmful? Thanks for your insights!