Symptoms Vitamin E Toxicity

Vitamin E is an useful antioxidant and one of it functions is defense the body from free radicals that may cause aging and cancer. The most well known form of vitamin E is the alpha-tocopherol, which is contented of most vitamin E supplements in the market.

Vitamin E is not toxic, but, in extreme large doses, it may impair blood clotting. The tolerable upper intake level (UL) for natural alpha-tocopherol is 1000 mg per day, about sixty-six times the RDA.

Some general practitioners recommend to stop consumption of vitamin E supplementation before surgery to decrease any risk of excess bleeding.

Premature infants are very sensitive to alpha-tocopherol supplements.
The UL for infants under one year has not been established, so supplementation of vitamin E in infants should only be attempted under the close supervision of a pediatrician.
People should not take vitamin E supplements it they take anticoagulant drugs.
People with vitamin K deficiency in diet should also avoid vitamin E supplementation to avoid the possibility of excess bleeding.

Vitamin E toxicity symptoms

Symptoms of extreme high levels of Vitamin E include: nausea, gastric problems, abdominal cramping, frequent loose stool, headache, lethargy, easy skin bruising, and prolonged bleeding.

Being a principal fat-soluble antioxidant, vitamin E is needed by every cell and artery.
Most beneficial consumption of Vitamin E is obtaining E from food.

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Genital herpes symptoms

Genital herpes is the most prevalent sexually transmitted infection in the United States.
There are three distinct syndromes: primary herpes, first-episode nonprimary herpes, and recurrent herpes.
There are, however, atypical manifestations, and these are the ones that are not so straightforward.
Symptoms of genital herpes usually start appearing within a week after infection, if they are going to appear at all. However, symptoms can start one day and up to 26 days after exposure to the virus.
Symptoms of the primary infection are usually more severe than those of recurrent infections.
In most cases the primary infection causes symptoms which affect the whole body called “constitutional symptoms”.
It including tiredness, headache, fever, chills, muscle aches, loss of appetite, as well as painful, swollen lymph nodes in the groin.
These symptoms of genital herpes are greatest during the first three to four days of the infection and disappear within one week. The primary infection is more severe in women than in men.

Then the herpes blisters appear which are similar on men and women. In moist areas, the fluid-filled blisters burst and form painful ulcers which drain before healing. New blisters may appear over a period of one week or longer and may join together to form very large ulcers. The pain is relieved within two weeks and the blisters and ulcers heal without scarring by three to four weeks.

Women genital herpes symptoms

Women can experience a very severe and painful primary infection. In more than two-thirds of women, primary herpes is accompanied by systemic symptoms that may include fever, malaise, body aches, headaches, and nausea. Meningitis-like symptoms, such as stiffness of the neck and sensitivity to light, are also common. Nearly three-quarters of women will also suffer from herpetic cervicitis, with vaginal discharge and intermenstrual spotting.
Swollen lymph nodes in the groin area are also common. Discomfort with urination is also common, sometimes as a result of herpes in the urethra and in other cases because the urine comes into contact with lesions on the labia.

Genital herpes symptom in men

In men, the herpes blisters usually form on the penis but can also appear on the scrotum, thighs, and buttocks. Fewer than half of the men with primary herpes experience the constitutional symptoms. Thirty percent to 40% of men have a discharge from the urinary tube.
Some men develop painful swollen lymph nodes (lymphadenopathy) in the groin and pelvis. Although less frequently than women, men too may experience painful or difficult urination (44%), swelling of the urinary tube (27%), meningitis (13%), and throat infection (7%).

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  • Risk factors for genital herpes include: female, African-American, Mexican-American, older, low education level, poverty, cocaine use, a history of two to four or more lifetime sexual partners, unprotected sex, having a sexual partner with genital herpes.

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