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... I ran across some interesting info on Vitamin D and thought I would pass it along. ... (33 replies)
... And, I have read and been told by my bone specialist that it is not wise to get your vitamin d from cod liver oil because it is very high in vit A and too much vitamin A makes us more prone to fracture. ... (22 replies)
... Hello ..to you JudynearMichigan, Crohnietoo ...I really appreciate your tip about vitamin D capsules ... ... (12 replies)

... with another 1,000IU of Vitamin D. My doctor didn't see a problem with this since my D levels were so low already. I haven't experienced any symptoms of dry mouth yet. I am to have my Vit. ... (2 replies)
Vitamin D
May 15, 2008
... I am very interested in the role of Vitamin D in osteopenia and osteoporosis. I recently had a blood test and my Vitamin D was 35. ... (7 replies)
Very Low D
May 25, 2007
... My endocrinologist told me that low amounts of Ca , D or phosphorus can drive the parathyroid gland to produce PTH. ... (14 replies)
Vitamin D
May 16, 2008
... I'll add my input also. My family doctor tested my vitamin D levels after I was diagnosed with osteopenia. He seems very up on it. ... (7 replies)
... I have been on 50000 units of D for over a year and the only side effect is that my nails are growing like crazy. Normaly, my nails break and split before they get very long. ... (4 replies)
... and I hope it's not too late. But YES, absolutely, Vitamin D deficiency can cause bone pain and it's very common in the hip area! ... (4 replies)
Vitamin d
Apr 3, 2009
... I took 50000 IU's of vitamin D once a week for several weeks when a blood test revealed very low vitamin D levels. It was a clear green pill. I had no side effects or complications from the pills and it did correct my deficiency nicely. ... (3 replies)
... My vitamin D levels tested at 32 (35-100). My doctor felt that I should be more in the 50 to 100 range and so I tood 50000IU's per week for 13 weeks. Last test showed my levels at 70. Much better according to the doc. Now I am on a maintenance dose of 1000IU's in addition to what is in my multi and calcium supplements. We will test again after awhile to make sure it is... (4 replies)
... After using Forteo for 1 year, my bone density improved only slightly and my T scores remain very low. ... (8 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)
Very Low D
May 21, 2007
... My doctor has me on prescription Vitamin D. ... (14 replies)
... And we can "all" learn from this!! My dihydroxy 125 vit D level was high, but it is now normal, without the dr. prescribing anything, it's just something I have to watch. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Wildflowers. I was on 50000 IU's for 13 weeks and now am on a maintenance dose of 1000 IU's. My vit D levels were very low. The way my doctor described it was like a storehouse. ... (22 replies)
Very Low D
May 22, 2007
... Also, I never did get a dry mouth from the megadoses of Vitamin D. ... (14 replies)
Very Low D
May 22, 2007
... Yes. I continued with the Citracal while I was on the 50k regimen of Vitamin D. ... (14 replies)
... any symptoms orther than just having osteoporosis. i have to take a 50000 iu capsule once a week for four weeks and then get blood checked in two months. i'm a very small person so he dind't want me to take any more than that. i don't know what my level was, but the doc said it was very low. ... (2 replies)
... I agree with chronietoo that you should be very careful and only a dr.'s supervision if you're taking a high dosage of D. because it can be very toxic to the body if taking in high quanties if not needed. ... (4 replies)




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