Who should not use vitamin C?

People who have had an allergic reaction to vitamin C or ascorbic acid in the past should not take vitamin C supplements. Consult your doctor. If you have had kidney disease or kidney stones, liver disease, or enzyme deficiencies, you should consult your doctor first before beginning to take any vitamin C supplements. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should consult your doctor before beginning to take vitamin C supplements. Finally, if you have diabetes, anemia, or have been required to be on a low-salt diet for any reason, discuss taking vitamin C supplements with your doctor first before beginning to take them.

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