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37 Possible Causes for Cracked Lips, Hypervitaminosis A

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  • Sunburn

    Hypervitaminosis D associated with drinking milk. N Engl J Med . 1992; 326 (18):1173–1177. [ PubMed ] [ Google Scholar ] 55. Vieth R.[] Hypervitaminosis D associated with drinking milk. N Engl J Med . 1992 ; 326(18): 1173 –1177. Crossref , Medline , Google Scholar 55. Vieth R .[]

  • Hypervitaminosis A

    My oldest daughter (11yrs old) has had bone pain every once in a while, seborrhea, cracked lips in the winter, & in the last 2 years had needed glasses for farsightedness[] Last but not least, hypervitaminosis A has teratogenic effects on the developing fetus.[] The chronic poisoning symptoms include: feeling of chronic fatigue, irritability, double vision, nystagmus, sleep disturbances, cracking and bleeding lips and gums, shedding[]

  • Dehydration

    Other symptoms of dehydration include: Urinating less often than usual, or passing urine that looks dark yellow or brown Having a dry, sticky mouth or cracked lips Feeling[] Apply moisturizer to cracked lips and medication to mouth sores. This can make drinking and eating less painful.[] Symptoms of dehydration at any age include cracked lips, dry or sticky mouth, lethargy, and sunken eyes.[]

  • Vitamin Deficiency

    lips, sore tongue and mouth, burning eyes; skin rashes; anemia Niacin Pellagra (diarrhea; inflamed skin and mucous membranes; mental confusion and/or dementia) Vitamin B6[] Hypervitaminosis D is a condition that occurs after taking very high doses of vitamin D . The cause is excess intake of vitamin D.[] Many of us suffer from bad breath, cracked lips and agonising headaches. But they could all be a sign of something much more sinister.[]

  • Cheilitis

    Cheilitis is commonly known as cracked lips or sometimes known as chapped lips. Lips being very insightful, cracking of them can be very uncomfortable for us.[] In addition, hypervitaminosis A or oral retinoid use can result in angular cheilitis. A careful dietary and medication history and review of symptoms should be obtained.[] Therapies such as antifungals and antibiotics will be ineffective beyond eradication of superinfection, while vitamin supplementation only assists in ruling out hypervitaminosis[]

  • Hypervitaminosis K

    lips (due to chronic overdose) Eye irritation Increased sensitivity of the eyes to light Irregular heartbeat Rapid heartbeat Bone pain Joint pain Muscle pain Muscle weakness[] lips (from long-term overdose), eye irritation, or increased sensitivity to light (for eyes) Heart and blood Irregular or rapid heartbeat Muscles and joints Bone, joint,[] […] swollen & cracked; swollen red tongue; eyes burning & itching; scaly & greasy skin Vitamin B2 (food sources) Milk (most important); enriched grains, meats, poultry, fish,[]

  • Vitamin A

    Consuming too much vitamin A over a long period of time can cause coarse hair, partial loss of hair (including the eyebrows), cracked lips, and dry, rough skin.[] As well, contact your doctor if you’re experiencing any of the symptoms of hypervitaminosis A.[] Signs of long-term vitamin A toxicity are coarse hair, thinning eyebrows, dry skin, cracked lips, weakness, and severe headache.[]

  • Acitretin

    What to expect when using acitretin and potential side effects Acitretin commonly causes dry, cracked lips and skin.[] Many of the clinical adverse reactions reported to date with administration of SORIATANE resemble those of the hypervitaminosis A syndrome.[] Dry or cracked lips. Hair thinning and hair loss (alopecia).[]

  • Retinoid

    Possible side effects The most common side effect of 13-cis-retinoic acid is dry and cracked lips.[] See also [ edit ] Adapalene Hypervitaminosis A syndrome Biotinylated retinoids References [ edit ] Kiser, Philip D.; Golczak, Marcin; Palczewski, Krzysztof (11 July 2013).[] Because of the risk of hypervitaminosis A, concomitant administration of vitamin A and/or other oral retinoids with acitretin must be avoided.[]

  • Infantile Scurvy

    Vitamin biochemistry / Physiology; Origin of vitamins: natural, synthetic; Fat-soluble vitamins; Water-soluble vitamins; Vitamins as antioxidants; Vitamin deficiencies / Hypervitaminosis[] Hypervitaminosis and hypovitaminosis. In: Resnick D, Niwayama G, editors. Diagnosis of bone and joint Disorders. 1988, volume 5. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: W.B.[]

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