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Should I let my doctor know I take vitamin K?

Always talk to your doctor before taking any new supplement or drug to avoid possible interactions with other medicines you may take or existing health issues you may have. Vitamin K can interact with a variety of medical conditions, medications and foods. Be sure to discuss proper dosage and possible complications of taking vitamin K.

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