@Tunaline -- I'm kind of split on what to tell you. The bottom line is, as long as you get it some way, you're doing good. However, if you want my personal opinion, I think it's better to get your vitamin A from foods rather from supplements.
My reasoning is as follows. A lot of people tend to take the "more is better" route with vitamin supplements, thinking that if one vitamin a pill is good for your body, then you should take tons of vitamin a and your body will benefit even more.
However, that's simply not true. Don't get me wrong, vitamin A is fantastic and vital for health, but there is such a thing as too much of a good thing.
Excess vitamin A can actually lead to vitamin A toxicity, which is also called hypervitaminosis A. This can cause liver damage, birth defects, peeling skin, hypertension, and bone growths. Not so great, right? So that's why I usually advise people to try and get their vitamin A from foods rather than from supplements, unless you are really unable to get it in your diet (which would be a very odd circumstance, since so many foods are good sources of vitamin A).
But bottom line is, your first priority should be getting the appropriate amount of vitamin A, and whether it works better for you to get it from food or from a supplement, just make sure you get it.