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Vitamin Water Zero Side Effects
Nobody truly knows: If it is an herbal product or a vitamin supplement, but not a real medication approved by the FDA, then it is probably not tested for interactions and side effects in the way that real medicines are tested. That means nobody truly knows what the safety level or the side effects are. If one hears of some interaction or thinks she is getting a side effect, she can visit her primary care doctor. ...Read more
Side effects of taking a multivitamin include an upset stomach, headache or
unpleasant taste in your mouth. If you take it right before bedtime, it could cause some sleep problems. Most people do not notice any difficulties when taking vitamins. If you take too many, one can have more serious side effects. Take the vitamin as directed on the bottle. ...Read more
Nerve effects: Reported side effects to B12 vitamin include anxiety, itching, diarrhea, muscle pain, but the frequency is different with each person. In general it is really difficult to take toxic doses of vit B12 since it is a water based vitamin and the body only absorbs and stores what it needs. ...Read more
This could cause : real problems with fat soluble vitamins. Don't know the specific vitamins contained in the pills. ...Read more
Should be fine: From reading their ads, they are multivitamin tablets mixed in with extract of a large number of plants (oranges, marigolds, horsetail grass, a dozen different mushrooms) to make them glitzy so that people will pay a lot more. If your personal physician thinks they offer any advantage beyond glamor, i would be surprised. I feel a daily vitamin supplement's worthwhile, others here don't. Cheers. ...Read more
I would like to know the side effects of the vitamin Biotin. I read it is good for you but could be harmful. What is your opinion?
Very safe but...:
Biotin is considered very safe and non-toxic in even very high doses. However, there are reports of high doses (over 2500 mcg/day) causing acne in some, but I am unaware of studies proving this. There is also concern high doses might interact with some seizure meds.
for a good discussion. ...Read more
What is a good and safe amount of Vitamin D3 that a healthy 47 year old woman should take daily? Are there any possible side effects associated w/ D3?
D3: Please get your D3 tested by your doctor and then you will know the right amount to take daily. Experts suggest your level be between 50 & 80 for optimal benefit. You can OD on D3 and have some side effects like fatigue & GI symptoms. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Depends: Some people are sensitive to certain brands or vitamin combinations. Nausea, constipation, vomiting can occur with iron. Too much vitamin a can caused raised intracraniel pressure (headache vomiting or worse) magnesium can sometimes cause diarrhea. You can be allergic to any medication (rash or worse). ...Read more
Loss of money: Except in extreme gut problems oral otc or even dr. Prescribed 50, 000 i.U. Capsules are adequate to reverse vit. D deficiency. ...Read more
Vitamin D: Why do you need vitamin D injections? Vitamin D tablets are available over the counter at limited cost and I would recommend 1000 or 2000 mg tablets. There are some medical conditions associated with very low levels of vitamin D and you will need much larger doses but, here too, you should not need injections. If you or your doctor have insisted on injections could you please let me know why. ...Read more
It depends: It depends on the specific supplement.Get a more detailed answer ›
Vitamin D: Your question is unclear. I've never heard of arkitrol, and i can't find a medical definition on line. If you are asking about vitamin d toxicity, you need to take a lot: as much as one million units in one dose or 50, 000 units a day for months! and i recommend taking vitamin d orally. ...Read more
I know that vitamin d is not a vitamin, but a secosteroid, what are the side effects of using this?
Not exactly.: Vitamin d actually has a dual identity; as a vitamin it helps regulate calcium metabolism, bone growth and mineralization. Structurally it is a secosteroid, which means it is metabolized to calcitriol, which in turn helps regulate a large number of genes, many of which are responsible for bodily repair and maintenance. A secosteroid is not a steroid, and does not produce steroid-like side effects. ...Read more
Effect of Niacin: Flushing is an effect of one specific b vitamin, a from of vitamin b3 called niacin; another form of b3, niacinamide, does not cause flushing. Most b vitamin complexes contain niacinamide an thus do not cause flushing. The main advantage of Niacin is that it lowers cholesterol better than niacinamide. The flushing is due to vasodilation so Niacin improves circulation. ...Read more
How to know if a guy need to take vitamin pills?What are the side effects associated with these pills?
Keep it inexpensive: With the tremendous range of lifestyles, some people do benefit from a supplements. Especially, deficiency of vitamin d is widespread, not everybody gets enough dietary iron, folate and iodine where these are not supplemented by the public health folks, and zinc and some of the trace minerals may be marginal. A cheap drugstore-chain vitamin-and-mineral supplement should be plenty. No side effects. ...Read more
Does taking different type of vitamin pills have any side effects on us? Will it affect our organs in our body?
See details: They are safe taken in the recommended doses. ...Read more
Probably none: There are very many forms of these fat soluble vitamins, known as part of the group tocopherols. They are a good source of antioxidant activity and a decent, healthy diet will have enough of the amount your body will need. If you do take it as a supplementk don't bother with more than 400 iu daily--probably only need a tenth of that. ...Read more
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