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Here you go:Tests for Vitamin D Deficiency. The most accurate way to measure how much vitamin D is in your body is the 25-hydroxy vitamin D blood...
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No. Sunlight helps ingested vitamin D to be absorbed, but sunlight (not red light) does not create vitamin D.
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I see that kind of dosing frequently in the pharmacy.  The doctor wants to build up your vitamin D reserves then maintain them.
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Hi Have a good read through this link below, it should help you.http://www.livestrong.com/article/417443-vitamins-minerals-for-leg-cramps/Just copy...
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Hi Its getting the sun on your skin for 15 minutes a day or more if you can, keeping away from florescence lights helps as this sucks D out of us...
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No...but vitamin D, at recommended doses, is very important to your overall health. Vitamin D has no therapeutic effect against MRSA, unfortunately.
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Vitamin D can be taken anytime that it is convenient for you.
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Hi Have a good read through this link its from the Uk's NHS, its about S.A.D this is what you get when you D is down.http://www.nhs...
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Hi Here's a piece from the UK's NHS.For some people with SAD, using light therapy can help improve their mood considerably. It involves...
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Without knowing what may be causing the out of range blood studies, it is not recommended that you attempt any fixes on your own volition...
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Hi One way round your dryness would be lubrication, there's so much on the market and at your local super market as well, there's water based...
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Hi Yes it can, just see the info below. Vitamin D deficiency: Because most people spend their time in doors, behind a desk or on the couch...
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Hi What you reading below is from the link you will see under that piece, I do suggest you seek help, even get out in the sun. My level is between 0...
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i have low vitamin d so my doctor put me on 2 vitamin d3 2000 iu's (international units) a day but yes if it is low those pains will relate to...
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A vitamin deficiency may cause an individual to feel sluggish. Vitamins taken orally may help replace nutrients not received through their daily diet...
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