Who should use vitamin A?

Vitamin A is intended for individuals with vitamin A deficiency. It can also be used by individuals with acne, measles, dry eyes, and night blindness, as well as Crohn's disease, Kyrle's disease, and Darier's disease. The vitamin can also help individuals with cancer prevention and promoting growth.

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Should I take vitamin A if I don't have a deficiency?
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Should I let my doctor know I take vitamin A?
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