Is Vitamin A And The Like Allowed For Nursing Mothers?
good night, I am a nursing mother happened to be in my eye condition minus for a long time, can I take vitamin A during my breastfeeding not affect my baby ?, outside of my consumption of fruits and vegetables that contain vitamin A, thank you
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Is your goal to consume vitamin A is to reduce your eye minus? If so, then the actual consumption of vitamin A will not be able to correct eye refractive disorders such as minus eye, plus eye, or cylinder eyes. Vitamin A can improve vision if indeed impaired vision is caused by vitamin A deficiency or deficiency. Visual impairment caused by vitamin A deficiency is night blindness (decreased vision in the dark) and also xerophthalmia or dry eyes. You also need to know that vitamin A is a fat soluble vitamin that will accumulate in the body if you consume it too much so that it can cause toxicity or symptoms of excess vitamin A. You should not take vitamin A supplements if there is no strong indication.
Until now, therapies that were considered effective for correcting visual impairment due to minus eye (myopia) were the use of glasses or contact lenses. If you want to repair myopia permanently, the recommended treatment is surgery such as PRK and LASIK, or doing orthokeratology (CRT), which is the use of special contact lenses that can manipulate the shape of the cornea of the eye. Consult an eye doctor for treatment options you can take.
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