What are the side effects of vitamin e?

Vitamin E. Eating vitamin E in foods is not risky or harmful. In supplement form, however, high doses of vitamin E might increase the risk for bleeding and serious bleeding in the brain. High levels of vitamin E may also increase the risk of birth defects.

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What are the side effects of vitamin E capsules?

Side effects Vit E. Go to drugs.com and look up your specific capsules to get the best answer. Or go to uptodate.com and look up Vitamin E toxicity. Read more...

What are the side effects of taking vitamin e?

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...

Tribulus aquaticus side effects; also is too much vitamin E bad and will both of these help make my penis bigger and can vitamin E be applied direct?

Unknown and no. Tribulus aquaticus is a supplement that has no valid scientific studies showing that it does anything beneficial for you. Since it has not been studied, side effects are unknown. Vit E has also not been found to be helpful, and may increase the risk of lung cancer in smokers. Nothing will make your penis larger, no matter what you apply to it. Read more...