Vitamin C

Last Update May 5, 2016
Vitamin C is a dietary supplement.
Uses: Our data suggest that some patients take Vitamin C for Pain, Common Cold, Flu, Tiredness, Infection, Acne, Allergy and Constipation, although this is not an approved use. In addition, it is approved for Scurvy. Read More
Category: Dietary supplement
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Vitamin C for treating Stretch Marks

Our data suggest that Vitamin C is taken for Stretch Marks, although it is not approved for this condition.

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585,168 discussions
Taken for: Feeling Sick*, Pain*, Common Cold*, Tiredness*, Flu*, Infection*, Acne*, Allergy*, Constipation*
Other names: Ester-C, C-1000, C Complex, Redoxon, Vita-C
Method of use: Lozenge, Pill, Syrup
*Off Label
4.1
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3.6
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Zinc
304,184 discussions
Taken for: Acne*, Hair Loss*, Common Cold*, Hypozincaemia, Rash
Other names: Zinc Gluconate, Chelated Zinc, Cold-Eeze, Zinc Amino Acid Chelate, Mar Zinc
Method of use: Lozenge, Pill, Shampoo
*Off Label
4.1
Satisfaction
1.0
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247,275 discussions
Taken for: Scars*, Pain*, Stretch Marks*, Acne*, Itching*
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*Off Label
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101,901 discussions
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Method of use: Injection, Ointment, Oral Drops, Pill
*Off Label
3.9
Satisfaction
1.0
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Redoxon
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Taken for: Flu*, Feeling Sick*, Pain*, Common Cold*, Tiredness*
Other names: Vitamin C, C-1000, Vita-C, Fruit C, Ascorbic Acid With Rose Hips
*Off Label
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Baby Oil
99,667 discussions
Taken for: Cradle Cap, Dry Skin, Rash, Eczema, Stretch Marks
Other names: Eucerin, Nivea, Bath Oil, Moisturizing Lotion, Enema
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Stretch Marks supplements
Vitamin C
585,168 discussions
Taken for: Feeling Sick*, Pain*, Common Cold*, Tiredness*, Flu*, Infection*, Acne*, Allergy*, Constipation*
Other names: Ester-C, C-1000, C Complex, Redoxon, Vita-C
Method of use: Lozenge, Pill, Syrup
*Off Label
4.1
Satisfaction
3.6
Helpfulness
Zinc
304,184 discussions
Taken for: Acne*, Hair Loss*, Common Cold*, Hypozincaemia, Rash
Other names: Zinc Gluconate, Chelated Zinc, Cold-Eeze, Zinc Amino Acid Chelate, Mar Zinc
Method of use: Lozenge, Pill, Shampoo
*Off Label
4.1
Satisfaction
1.0
Helpfulness
Vitamin E
247,275 discussions
Taken for: Scars*, Pain*, Stretch Marks*, Acne*, Itching*
Other names: Vitec, Vitamin E Complex, Vitamin E Acetate, Vita E, Alpha E
*Off Label
4.3
Satisfaction
3.8
Helpfulness
Vitamin A
101,901 discussions
Taken for: Acne*, Measles
Other names: Beta Carotene (Brand), Aquasol A, Lumitene
Method of use: Injection, Ointment, Oral Drops, Pill
*Off Label
3.9
Satisfaction
1.0
Helpfulness
Redoxon
589 discussions
Taken for: Flu*, Feeling Sick*, Pain*, Common Cold*, Tiredness*
Other names: Vitamin C, C-1000, Vita-C, Fruit C, Ascorbic Acid With Rose Hips
*Off Label
No score available
Satisfaction
No score available
Helpfulness
Baby Oil
99,667 discussions
Taken for: Cradle Cap, Dry Skin, Rash, Eczema, Stretch Marks
Other names: Eucerin, Nivea, Bath Oil, Moisturizing Lotion, Enema
4.3
Satisfaction
1.6
Helpfulness
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