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Can Taking Vitamin D Cause Urination Problems
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What causes fatigue, night sweats, chest pain, red painful wrinkled toes, vitamin D deficiency and leukocytes in urine?
Concerning: Your symptoms are concerning for a number of possible illnesses, and definitely needs to be worked up urgently. I would be most concerned for a possible malignancy, or other chronic inflammatory syndrome. Unfortunately, your multiple symptoms make it impossible, to give a specific diagnosis. However these symptoms are serious, and should be Evaluated and worked up as soon as possible ...Read more
I am 72 with low vitamin D levels. How much should I take and for how long? It makes me nauseated and I have a lot of urination from it. Thank you.
Usually: Physicians put patients with pain or bone loss and Vitamin D deficiency on huge doses once a week or for one week then drop it down to a lower dose. It is true that some find that to cause bone pain and GI upset. In that case you may want to try 4000 units a day for a few weeks and then go back down to 2000 units a day and have your blood levels rechecked at three months. Also use D3, not D2. ...Read more
No known connection: The institute of medicine recently lowered the threshold for a vitamin d deficiency from 30ng/ml to 20 ng/ml so the probability of you even having a vitamin d deficiency is very low. If you are concerned, have a doctor do a simple blood test to check your levels. Frequent urination, associated with increased thirst, may indicate elevated blood sugar. Again, if so, see a doctor to be tested. ...Read more
My fluid daily intake is excessive, almost a cup an hour. Vitamin D deficiency 10.2, I urinate 8 times a day, sometimes twice an hour. Is this normal?
No: You should have a complete evaluation by your physician, including labwork, to determine the cause of your excessive thirst and low vitamin D level. ...Read more
I was told I had low vitamin d, blood trace in my urine and protein in my liver. What are the possibilities and what is most likely?
Low vit D: Is now known to be responsible for a lot of serious disease. It is not just a "bone vitamin" and affects every cell in the body. You need heavy replacement and as soon as the sun is ready for sun bathing start slowly to get a tan. You make your own vit d from the action of sunlight on skin. ...Read more
Hi, thank you for your time. My husband has brown urine (like tea) it gomes and goes but on this past sunday it was all day. So beinging treated for fibermiagila - lyrica-150mg-2x a day tramadol-50mg-2x a day vitamin d sup.- perscription-1.25mg-1x a week
What does vitamin d deficiency indicate? Does it have anything to do with protein & epi in urine?
Vitamin d deficiency is a hot topic in medicine because not only contributes to bone loss and osteoporosis but also servers as a marker of increased cardiovascular risk just as a high cholesterol.
Studies in kidney disorders with protein in the urine show that replacing it helps reduce the protein losses.
Your level should 30 or greater. ...Read more
I have high calcium in my urine but my vitamin d level is fine. My parathyroid level is really high, what does this mean?
My 13year old sister is at the ER and is now told her vitamin d is only at 27&large amount of protein in her urine. She is not preg. What could be wrong?
Minimal change dz: "large amount of protein" in the urine of a 13-year-old may be suggestive of minimal change disease, a nephrotic syndrome with relatively good prognosis. The required tests to make this diagnosis are not made in an er setting, unless its a concierge sort of er. Need a 24-hour urine collection or a spot prot/cr ration. Low vit d level is not an emergency. (good luck with your sister). ...Read more
I had blood work done to test for a vitamin D deficiency and they made me take a urine test too. What reason did I have to do that?
Who is they?:
A laboratory will only do tests ordered by your doctor. Vitamin D level requires a blood sample, not urine. Your doctor may have ordered a urine examination, otherwise the laboratory would have no reason to collect urine.
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex.
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Does low vitamin D mean serious underlying issue like cancer? I haven't test yet but my CBC, liver, urine, lipid are all normal. I have no symptoms.
Low vitamin D common: Low vitamin D is common and is not a sign of life-threatening disease. ...Read more
Blood calcium's been high & normal, Vitamin D low, PTH-40.TSH 1.2 & 2.5.My urine calcium 625. Doc thinks I tampered w/it. Far from true. What is going on?
Is a vitamin d deficiency a confirmation for early CKD in you have proteinuria? Along with hyaline casts &wbc in urine?
Crp was high now normal. Sed rate elevated. Ana+w/speck pattern. Thyroid ok. Metabilic and CBC and urine ok. Little low vitamin d... Any idea?
Labs mean little: CRP and sed rate vary greatly for no obvious reason frmo day to day. A majority of americans run a low vitamin d due to our diets & habits. My one concern is if the ANA is at a high-titer, which warns of lupus or a variety of other possibilities, but labs mean nothing apart from the history and physical exam. ...Read more
I had regular check up done, cbc, liver, kidney, lipid, urine all normal. Should I test for Vitamin D deficiency? I read online that men should test.
Don't think so: There is no clear guideline regarding Vitamin D in younger people, the only solid recommendation is for older people with history of fall. ...Read more
What is ANA CRP and ESR test serum TSH and urine g e? Is there any link to vitamin d deficiecny or kidney stones?
All can be connected: Too difficult to answer on here. See your doctor for an explanation. ...Read more
Osteomalacia: Hi. In adults, the most serious problem from vitamin D deficiency is osteomalacia, poor bone mineralization. Vitamin D also has receptors in many other tissues besides bone. Vitamin D deficiency has been associated with increased fall risk, and possibly heart disease as well. My advise to patients is keep your 25 (OH)vitamin D level mid-30's or higher. Good luck! ...Read more
Possibly: Vitamin d is an important co-factor in calcium absorption from the GI tract. If you are too low on vitamin d (pregnant or otherwise), you may not be absorbing enough calcium from your diet; this can lead to several problems. Taking a vitamin d supplement is relatively inexpensive and easy; talk with your physician about a proper dosage. ...Read more
As we all know vitamin d is taken from sun how could we have much of it if at the same time sun have uva and uvb (which cause cancerous problems)?
Two effects: Ultraviolet light from the sun has both the helpful effect of producing vitamin d, and the unhealthy effect of causing cancer. Races originating near the equator have darker skin to protect from skin cancer and are at extra risk for rickets especially in higher latitudes. Races from higher latitudes lost the pigment to protect from rickets, and are more risk for skin cancer. ...Read more
Yes, but other: Causes are more common. You may not taking enough of these vitamins with your diet. Try taking 5000 units of vitamin D3 daily for three months and retest. B12 is more complicated, if you have poor absorption you will need injection of B12. For now try taking about 50 micrograms of B12 daily by mouth and recheck in about 3 months. ...Read more
Insomnia problems for over a month. My Vitamin D level is at 30 (lowest on ref range). Can low Vit D levels cause insomnia/sleep problems?
It can cause many: Things. Chances are you are low in other minerals as well and should work with your doctor to get a comprehensive panel done, so you are not shotgunning things. It can cause insomnia, as can 21 other things too. So this is why working with your PCP is so impt. A neuroendocrine/ adrenal panel may be helpful to address your overall picture regarding hot flashes too. UR weight can affect absorption 2. ...Read more
My vitamin d level is at 15 what could have caused this? And what problems will I get from this, is this normal?
Big question: Your vitamin d is low from insufficient intake of vitamin d or from lack of sun exposure or both. Vitamin d is essentially for the body to use calcium to build and maintain bones. Additionally, vitamin d is one of many regulators of the immune system. You could be more susceptible to viruses like the flu, and to diseases like lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. You need to take vitamin d every day. ...Read more
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