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What are potential risks of taking vitamin E?

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Vitamin E can thin your blood, and may raise the risk of hemorrhagic stroke. Other possible side effects cited in studies include fatigue, muscle weakness, and decreased thyroid gland function.

From: Vitamin E and Vision WebMD Medical Reference

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American Optometric Association, "Diet, Nutrition and Eye Health."

Oregon State University, Linus Pauling Institute.

Reviewed by Alan Kozarsky on June 01, 2018

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American Optometric Association, "Diet, Nutrition and Eye Health."

Oregon State University, Linus Pauling Institute.

Reviewed by Alan Kozarsky on June 01, 2018

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