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How long does vitamin A toxicity last?

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The intake of large amounts of vitamin A or retinol can result in chronic toxicity. The duration of this toxicity depends on the amount of vitamin A or retinol consumed. It is hard to pinpoint a time period as the time taken by every person’s body will differ. The toxicity decreases gradually with a decrease in the consumption of vitamin A.

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Vitamin A toxicity lasts however long your body takes to process and break down. High doses can be extremely dangerous, but most of the time you would never reach toxic doses unless you’re eating liver from wild animals.

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The supplement intake should be monitored in such cases.

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Don’t overtake the orders from your doctor.

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