Is It True That Vitamin E Triggers Cysts?
My friend once had a cyst and now it has been removed and the doctor has forbidden him to take vitamin E again, so my question is, can vitamin E trigger a cyst? I am currently on a pregnant program by consuming Ever E 250iu.
Thank you for the question.
Has your friend taken vitamin E for a long time? What cyst do you mean here?
First, I would like to explain about vitamin E. Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin. This vitamin can be found in vegetable oils, cereals, meat, fruit, eggs, vegetables, and nuts. Vitamin E supplements are given to people who are deficient in vitamin E and in babies who have very low birth weight. Vitamins are useful for various organs of the body and as antioxidants. Vitamin E is widely used for:
Nerve damage due to chemotherapy
Eye diseases such as inflammation of the uvea
Joint disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis
Scars after surgery
Until now, no research has been found that shows a relationship between vitamin E use and the occurrence of cysts.
The use of vitamin E should be careful with:
Pregnant women, especially in the first trimester
People with vitamin K deficiency
Cancer of the head and neck
The use of vitamin E for a certain period of time both before surgery and after surgery can cause bleeding, so the doctor will recommend stopping vitamin E consumption.
We recommend that you consult your doctor first before taking vitamin E because vitamin E will interfere with the blood clotting process which may be fatal when pregnancy occurs.
You should also consume vitamin E within reasonable limits or the normal dose, which is 15mg / day
Hopefully my explanation can answer the question.
dr. Kresnawati Wahyu Setiono