Vitamin A is commonly used in the treatment of Vitamin A deficiency and nutritional supplement.
Vitamin A is a fat soluble vitamin which is important for visual adaptation to darkness, maintenance of epithelial cells, immune function and embryonic development.
Hypersensitivity Anaphylactic shock following IV administration
It is safe to consume alcohol with Vitamin A as there is no known drug interaction.
Vitamin A may be unsafe to use during pregnancy. If used in excess, there are risks of congenital malformations. Nevertheless, Vitamin A is not indicated in pregnancy.
Vitamin A is not indicated during lactation.
Vitamin A does not affect the ability to concentrate and drive.
Vitamin A is safe to be used in patients with severe kidney disease.
It is safe to take Vitamin A in patients with liver disease.