10 Vitamin K Deficiency Symptoms

Symptom #2: Blood in Stools

Blood in stools is yet another indication that you could be having vitamin K deficiency. You may also notice blood in your urine or on toilet tissue. Blood in stools may appear in the form of tarry stools. All these are clear indications that your may have inadequate vitamin K in your body.

The blood in urine can make it appear red, dark brown, or pink. However, besides vitamin K deficiency, other conditions can also cause you to have blood in urine or stool. Therefore, it is recommended that you consult a doctor if notice these signs so you may undergo testing and treatment if necessary.

Vitamin K Deficiency Symptoms

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