flushing, tongue, changes in your sense of taste, sweating, or trouble breathing., difficult breathing, blue colored lips, or throat, swelling of your face, lips, Allergic reactions such as hives, dizziness. Consult your doctor immediately if you feel like you might pass out
Frequently Ask Questions:
Q. Is vitamin K an antioxidant/ a coagulant/ water soluble/ have another name/come from the sun?
Vitamin K is not considered a classic antioxidant as some other vitamins. It is a fat soluble vitamin and is also known as phytonadione. It helps in blood coagulation. It is not obtained from sun as is the case with vitamin D.
Q. Is vitamin K good for skin/take vitamin K for dark circles?
A vitamin K oxide cream can help to reduce many skin imperfections such as dark circles with much ease. You may consult your doctor before its use.
Q. Is vitamin K/K2-7 bad for you/ safe/ safe in pregnancy?
Is vitamin K2 a blood thinner/ stop bleeding /does vitamin K thicken blood/ does vitamin K2 thin blood/ does vitamin K cause blood clots/does vitamin K2 affect blood clotting/does
Q. vitamin K lower International Normalized Ratio (INR)?
Vitamin K is used by the body to form clots and to stop bleeding. Vitamin K helps reduce the risk of bleeding from various illnesses such as liver disease, long-term use of antibiotics, and malabsorption syndromes. High intake of vitamin K will lower a patient’s INR
Q. Can I take vitamin K with warfarin/Plavix/ Coumadin/Aspirin/Pradaxa /other vitamins/ calcium?
Do not take vitamin K with warfarin(Coumadin) unless as prescribed by your doctor. Caution should be administered while taking vitamin K with aspirin and other vitamins and calcium.