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Could I eat vitamin a or d tablets with a DVT ?
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Dr. Bryan Levey
Pediatrics
3 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Vitamin d supplements in particular are always a good idea.
But keep in mind, either one can be taken to excess, especially vitamin a, so be mindful of how much you are taking, and if you're not sure, discuss with your doctor.

In brief: Yes
Vitamin d supplements in particular are always a good idea.
But keep in mind, either one can be taken to excess, especially vitamin a, so be mindful of how much you are taking, and if you're not sure, discuss with your doctor.
Dr. Bryan Levey
Dr. Bryan Levey
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Dr. Jason Burke
Anesthesiology
In brief: Not a problem
Vitamin a and d are not involved in clotting.
If you have a dvt, i would be more concerned about the prescription medications you are taking. Vitamins in any form will not help this condition. Vitamin e has some anticoagulant activity, but is not strong enough to protect your body if you have a dvt.

In brief: Not a problem
Vitamin a and d are not involved in clotting.
If you have a dvt, i would be more concerned about the prescription medications you are taking. Vitamins in any form will not help this condition. Vitamin e has some anticoagulant activity, but is not strong enough to protect your body if you have a dvt.
Dr. Jason Burke
Dr. Jason Burke
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