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... What are the side affects of this dosage of Vit D? ... (0 replies)
... vit d 50,000 iu when to take with food or without (2 replies)
... Anyone vit d deficient with normal calcium and high pth? ... (7 replies)

... I was found to have very low vit. D after extensive bloodwork for alot of symptoms that have been plaguing me for a year. ... (4 replies)
... I take 50000 iu per week and have no swelling. However, that doesn't mean it is not effecting your daughter differently than me. Are they testing her level with blood tests? ... (1 replies)
... My Endocrinologist put me on 100,000 weekly and kept me on that does better than 2 years, at which time my dosage was reduced to 50,000 IU weekly which I've been on about a year now. ... (4 replies)
... I was advised to take vit. d with your highest fat meal of the day. ... (2 replies)
... i was given the vit d 50000IU because my level was 10. ... (4 replies)
... I was taking 50,000 IU (prescr.) once a week, but by my third dose, my mouth feels like cotton! It is horrible. I feel extremely thirsty if I don't drink something every 30 minutes. At bedtime, I have it the worst, as I don't drink much before nighttime, so I don't have to get up to the bathroom. I have never had this before starting the vit. D. (3 replies)
... Maybe Umass will come back and let us know the connection between d1,25 , d25 , vitamin d high dosing, and calcium level.And, also pth.Yes, I understand your feeling of being caught about the high dose and possibly pushing the calcium. ... (33 replies)
... thanks for getting back with me on your experience. I had a vit. D level of 13, which my doc said was VERY low. So, I am taking the 50,000 just like you, 6 doses, 1xweek for 6 weeks. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I was on Vit D3 1000iu daily with calcium for osteoporosis & my cardiologist checked vit D level & it was 0. Took prescription from cardiologist (adult) 50,000 iu a week for 4 weeks & now 2000 iu a day & next week retested. I learned that it is almost impossible to have a sufficient amount of vitD by diet alone. Im always in pain so dont go out in the sun much. My dr is... (2 replies)
... I suggest you do some research online on Vit D. There is a book called the vit d solution that's very informative. I think 1,000 IU daily is way too little. ... (2 replies)
... very sorry to hear of your diagnosis. Likely if you have had this 10 years that explains the bone loss. My guess is once you get your T level right along with Vit D and calcium your bone loss will either improve or at least stop getting worse. Good for you for doing your reading before you jumped into the androgel. ... (35 replies)
... I have spoken to my PCP's nurse and my gyn. PCP wanted me to start Tums and 2000 iu vit D daily and weekly fosamax. i was scared of the fosamax side effects so did not fill the prescription. ... (3 replies)
... My instructions were to take with a full glass of water after a meal. (2 replies)
... Barring some vit d metabolic problem, your d level will stabilize at a good level when you arrive at your adequate dose. Vit d is stored in fat tissue but it is also used by your body daily. ... (10 replies)
... njection since I can't take Fosamax and the others anymore. I am afraid of this injection. However, I received a letter from him yesterday stating that my Vit. D was low and he wanted me to start on Vit. ... (15 replies)
Very Low D
May 22, 2007
... my doctor told me that that could cause low vit d. last year my vit d was also 19 when they tested it. my doctor just told me to take 800 iu a day. he didn't mention the mega dose of 50,000. within a month my d was back up to 37. ... (14 replies)
... almost toxic. So, I had to start a prescr. vit D, 50,000 IU because of low levels, and HAD to concurrently up my calcium intake. I just drank Lactaid milk. During those two months, I felt AWFUL! ... (2 replies)




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