I broke a blood vessel in my eye. My doctor told me not to take fish oil. Should I also stop drinking carrot juice which also has a lot of vitamin A?

Fish oil can lead. to increased bleeding, which is why your doctor told you not to take it, but Vitamin A does not typically cause increased bleeding.
Stop fish oil. carrot juice has a lot of Vit A: Just a happy Holidaze: "true, true, and unrelated."
Mostly just happens. Oh if only fish oil or vitamins were that effective! Aspirin like drugs are more of a concern. This is a common condition that can be associated with diabetes (inside) or trauma (eye surface).
Less Vit A intake? . Since Vit A excess CAN cause increased intracranial and introcular pressures, I would recommend to stay away from any Vit A sources for a while, which includes carrot juice, ask your doctor for the timetable on this restriction, and other foods, such as liver, sweet potato, squash, apricots, and cantaloupe.

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