Can too much vitamin C cause protassuim defficency??

No. Vitamin C intake would not cause deficiency of potassium. Sources of vitamin C like orange juice also have potassium.
Toxicities. That are associated with too much vitamin C are abdominal bloating, diarrhea, certain types of kidney stones and rare abnormal heart rhythms. While low potassium isn't usually a direct complication, the diarrhea from too much vitamin C can lead to hypokalemia(low potassium).

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