5 doctors weighed in:

Can you take too many vitamins?

5 doctors weighed in
Dr. Paul Grin
Pain Management
2 doctors agree

In brief: Yes you can

When you take liposoluble a, d, e the y don't pass in urine and remain as a build up in the body.
It is not common to overdose on vitamins, but possible if taken in an supper large doses. Check with your pcp for the maximum dosage.

In brief: Yes you can

When you take liposoluble a, d, e the y don't pass in urine and remain as a build up in the body.
It is not common to overdose on vitamins, but possible if taken in an supper large doses. Check with your pcp for the maximum dosage.
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Dr. Raymond Schneider
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Yes

Fat soluable vitamins a, d, and e can build up to toxic levels, .

In brief: Yes

Fat soluable vitamins a, d, and e can build up to toxic levels, .
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Dr. Randy Baker
Holistic Medicine

In brief: Yes

There are many different vitamins.
Only some are known to be toxic- esp. Vit. A, b6, d and e. Certain minerals like iron can also be dangerous in high quantities. In most cases one has to take extremely large amounts of vitamins for a long period of time before they have harmful effects.

In brief: Yes

There are many different vitamins.
Only some are known to be toxic- esp. Vit. A, b6, d and e. Certain minerals like iron can also be dangerous in high quantities. In most cases one has to take extremely large amounts of vitamins for a long period of time before they have harmful effects.
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