Can Injections Of Vitamin C In Women With A History Of High Cholesterol?
Night, I am 29 years old, I have a history of high triglycerides, can I do vitamin C + collagen injections ??
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Nowadays, you are familiar with achieving instant white skin, as well as brightening and toning and smoothing using vitamin C + Kollagen injections. In the process of whitening and tightening the skin, vitamin C is the main substance that functions to ward off free radicals (antioxidants) and can help in forming collagen which is needed by the skin to tighten the skin. Vitamin C which is given by injection can give a comprehensive effect in all parts of the body because of its systemic action (through the body through the bloodstream).
Until now there has been no research that proves that high triglyceride levels have an impact on the use of vitamin C + Kollagen. So it cannot be ascertained in medical science the side effects of using vitamin C + kollagen in someone with high triglycerides, whether high triglyceride conditions can affect the work of vitamin C or not. To ascertain whether your condition is good enough for vitamin C + Kollagen injections or not, you should consult directly with a dermatologist, so that the doctor can check your condition directly. As well as the doctor will explain what are the considerations before taking the vitamin C + Kollagen injection. So far, behind the benefits of vitamin C injections that can whiten the skin, you also need to know the risks of giving high doses of vitamin C through these injections, including:
lack of absorption of vitamin B12
decreased ability of the body to absorb copper
increased risk of developing kidney stones
In general, the need for vitamin C (ascorbic acid) for adults is around 70-150 mg per day, while for someone who needs high doses of vitamin C is around 300-1000mg per day, and some people who need high doses of vitamin C include:
someone with a deficiency in the absorption of vitamin C so that his body becomes deficient / deficient in vitamin C
someone who is recovering from an illness
someone who has a respiratory tract infection
lack of protein intake
lack of iron
This is the information we can convey, hopefully it can be useful. Thanks.