hypervitaminosis E(redirected from vitamin E poisoning)
A condition caused by a chronic excess (often self-prescribed) of vitamin E.
Gastrointestinal complaints (e.g., nausea), vertigo, blurred vision, fatigue, oral inflammation, reduced glucose and thyroxine, poor wound healing, muscle weakness, increased lipids, cholesterol, bleeding.
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