Vitamin e Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Warnings
Vitamin e Pregnancy Warnings
Vitamin E has been assigned to pregnancy category A by the FDA when used in doses that are advocated by the FDA. Doses exceeding the recommended dietary allowance (RDA) have been assigned to pregnancy category C. Animal studies have not been reported. There are no controlled data in human pregnancy. Vitamin E is only recommended for use during pregnancy if clearly needed and then only when benefit outweighs risk.
Vitamin e Breastfeeding Warnings
Vitamin E is excreted into human milk. Adverse effects of the nursing infant are unknown. Maternal supplementation is recommended only if the diet does not provide sufficient vitamin E to meet the recommended dietary allowance (RDA) during lactation.
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