Vitamin A 50000iu Strip Of 10 Chewable Tablets
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10 Chewable Tablet(s) in Strip
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Vitamin A 50000 IU Description
Vitamin A Chewable tablet is a vitamin supplement. It contains vitamin A, also known as retinol. It should be taken for a limited period only under a doctor's guidance. It is used for the treatment a
nd prevention of vitamin A deficiency.
Uses of Vitamin A 50000 IU
- For the treatment of vitamin A deficiency usually characterised by an inability to see in low light or night blindness.
- As a dietary supplement for optimum health, after surgery, in conditions of nutritional malabsorption and people suffering from poor fat absorption due to certain disease like cystic fibrosis.
Precautions and Warnings of Vitamin A 50000 IU
Other General Warnings
Talk to your doctor if
- If you are pregnant, breastfeeding or have any existing medical condition like diabetes, hypertension, kidney or liver problem, be sure to consult your doctor
- If you are on other medications, supplements or following any complementary or integrative health approaches
- You should not take Vitamin A Chewable tablet if you are allergic to any of the components of this supplement
- If you are going to undergo any surgery or operation, you may be asked to stop taking these products at least 2-3 weeks ahead of the procedure
- Vitamin A supplements are intended to supplement the diet of some people and should not be a substitute for a well-balanced, varied diet and a healthy lifestyle
Ingredients and Benefits of Vitamin A 50000 IU
- Vitamin A is an essential nutrient for proper vision and night vision
- It helps in fighting infections and helps build immunity
- Helps in growth and strength of bones
- It also plays a critical role in maintaining the functions of the heart, lungs, kidneys and skin
Directions for Use of Vitamin A 50000 IU
- Take Vitamin A Chewable tablet as directed by your doctor
- You should not consume vitamin A supplements more than the stated recommended daily dose
Storage and disposal of Vitamin A 50000 IU
- It should be stored in a cool and dry place
- Keep it out of the reach of children
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Which foods are a good source of vitamin A?
- Green leafy vegetables and other green, orange and yellow vegetables, such as broccoli and carrots
- Fruits including muskmelon, apricots and mangoes
- Milk products and breakfast cereals
- Some types of fish such as salmon and meat
Q: Are there any side effects associated with Vitamin A Chewable tablet?
A: You may experience mild side effects like headache, nausea, vomiting and dry skin. High doses of vitamin A may cause a change in skin colour to yellow-orange, can cause liver diseases and even coma. Overdose should be avoided.
Q: Can I take other medicines when I am taking Vitamin A supplement?
A: Talk to your doctor if you are taking medicines to treat the skin effects of certain cancer like Acitretin and Bexarotene or weight loss medicine like Orlistat.
Q: How do you take Vitamin A?
A: You can take vitamin A with water. It should preferably be taken before meals or as suggested by the doctor. But it is advisable to take it regularly. Taking the medicine regularly at the right times increases its effectiveness.
Q: What is the dose of Vitamin A 50000IU?
A: The doctor might prescribe you Vitamin A Chewable tablet for the desired duration based on your health condition. Do not take it endlessly on your own without consulting doctor.
Q: Can I take vitamin A during pregnancy?
A: Vitamin A should be taken under medical supervision by a pregnant woman. You should not consume it more than the stated recommended daily dose.
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