Vitamin A

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Vitamin A (or Vitamin A Retinol, retinal, and four carotenoids including beta carotene) is a vitamin that is needed by the retina of t...
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What people say about Vitamin A and Intracranial Hypertension?

#46 in Vitamin A discussions - 74 posts discuss Intracranial Hypertension with Vitamin A.

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A. Suffering from vitamin A toxicity syndrome...
" Diagnosed with hypervitaminosis A. Suffering from vitamin A toxicity syndrome with hair loss. What is the treatment? I was diagnosed with hypervitaminosis A a month ago. I immediately stopped all... "

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ntracranial pressure (pseudotumor cerebri), dizziness,...
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" Can you overdose on vitamin a? Yes you can. Chronic intakes of excess vitamin A lead to increased intracranial pressure (pseudotumor cerebri), dizziness, nausea, headaches, skin irritation,... "

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e of Intracranial hypertension, that is why they should not...
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" ...be a secondary cause of Intracranial hypertension, that is why they should ...from any meds derived from vitamin A, again high doses of vitamin A are known to be ...tetracyclines or retinoids (derived from... "

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accutane? Its Vitamin A supplement, right? If this correct...
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" ...jessie. Yes, you can have PTC/IIH with out papilledema. It can cause problems, ...ask why you are taking accutane? Its Vitamin A supplement, right? If this ...name) It stands for Idiopathic Intracranial... "

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racyclines and also take high doses of vitamin A may be at...
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" ...antibiotics called tetracyclines and also take high doses of vitamin A may be at risk for a condition called intracranial hypertension, a rise in the pressure... "

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have a history of intracranial hypertension (and resulting...
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" The Inuit people do have a history of intracranial hypertension (and resulting head pain) from ...which is very high in Vitamin A. Too much Vitamin A can trigger IH:... "

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with taking higher doses of vitamin A, but the Institute...
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" ...could get away with taking higher doses of vitamin A, but the Institute of ...you need to consider the vitamin A that you'd be taking ...diet in addition to the vitamin A supplements. Why risk birth... "

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Vitamin A can cause increased intracranial...
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" ...that cause symptoms of hypervitaminosis. Vitamin A can cause increased intracranial pressure and bone remodeling. Vitamin D overdose can cause renal diseases and stones, ...in megadoses. Other experts... "

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Doxycycline with vitamin A can cause increased intracranial...
" Doxycycline with vitamin A can cause increased intracranial pressure. But your sx. sound more like general neuro-Lyme. Frank \"Summer211\" wrote in message... "

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intracranial pressure (determinded with a spinal tap)....
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" ...nerves are swollen and have true papilledema. (It looks like there ...produced too fast leading to increased intracranial pressure (determinded with a spinal tap). ...medications including large doses of... "

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