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How Much Calcium And Vitamin D Should I Take
In my testings my vitamin d is 10 nmol/l and calcium is 2.19 nmol/l how much vitamin d should I take ?
Very severe: Deficiency. You need a big dose for a long time so ask your doc. ...Read more
Which vitamin d should I take to help decrease psoriasis break outs...Vit d 1000..Vit d 2000..Vit d 500 with 1200 calcium..Stores have huge selection?
Be careful.: Regardless of what you have read on "natural health" web sites, there is no credible evidence that oral vitamin d is an effective treatment for psoriasis. High doses can raise your calcium levels to the point where you can develop kidney stones and other serious medical problems. 800-1000 iu is a safe daily dosage to prevent vitamin d deficiency. ...Read more
I take 1200 milligrams of calcium and vitamin d a day. Is this a good amount. Is to much calcium have any negative effects. I have skeletal osteopeni?
Recommended amount: CarolynM208, For your age and gender, it is recommended to take about 1200-1500mg of calcium per day along with about 1000 IU / day of Vit D. In addition, if able, you should engage in weight bearing exercise and eat a well balanced diet. If you have been diagnosed with osteopenia and are at risk for fracture, your doctor may recommend medications that can help with bone density. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
My dr says I need to take calcium and vitamin D which is 26 considered low it should be 32-1000.. What would happen if I don't take either?
Low vitamin d: If you don't replenish your vitamin d it means that it will continue to be low unless you are exposed to sunlight and even then- I'm not sure if you will completely solve the problem. Regarding calcium- or is better to get it through your diet than a pill so increase your servings of foods high on calcium such as milk, yogurt, cheese, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi! I have a very low rate of calcium and vitamin d in my body! so i was told to take vitamind by pills but is there another way to raise that rate?
Depends on cause?: You got to have reason for low Calcium level.We don't know how low your calcium level is&if you are symptomatic.Calcium in blood is bound to albumin,so if your albumin level is low it will show low calcium level.The other causes are Hypoparathyroidism,High level of phosphate due to kidney disease,celiac disease,pancreatitis and alcoholism.Treated by treating the cause and oral calcium and VitD ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am getting colds constantly, about every month for the past 3 months! I have not had this problem in the past, what can I do to boost my immunity? I take a milti vitamin and a combo calcium and vitamin d on a daily basis.
If a patient takes tons of calcium and vitamin d and then the blood calcium actually goes down- what is this indicative of?
Need an explanation: Blood calcium is closely regulated to maintain the precise electrical potentials that keep the brain and heart functioning. The amount that you take in, and the amount of vitamin d within anything close to physiologic parameters, has little effect -- fortunately. If this is hypoparathyroidism being treated & monitored, the illness itself isn't under control. If a lab within normal limits, ignore. ...Read more
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Can i take a multi vitamin along with my calcium and vitamin d? I take 1200 mg of calcium and 800 iu of vitamin d3.
Try another meal: While it might not pose a problem, high dose calcium can interfere with some other vit/mineral absorption. So if you are going to take it, it might as well have a chance to help you. I would suggest separating the MVI (multivitamin) from the ca+vitd to different meal times / times of day. ...Read more
Yes: Building healthy bones & teeth. While your bones provide an abundant supply of calcium for your developing baby, you can insure you're not depleted of this vital mineral by taking 1500mg of calcium and 400 units of vitamin d daily while pregnant and breastfeeding too. While many prenatal vitamins contain the later, they often don't have enough calcium. Dairy products or a supplement will suffice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Likely not: While good nutrition is essential for normal growth in children and adolescents, additional vitamins and minerals are unlikely to help unless identified deficiencies require supplementation and were inhibiting growth to begin with. Be careful to discuss supplements with either your doctor or your child's doctor, depending on who is taking supplements. Excessive intake may cause problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ive been advised to take calcium and vitamin D supplements as my last blood test showed I have low calcium levels. How long will they take to work?
Im 18 year old male and my bones are too thin.I had various types of tests and told by my doc to take calcium and vitamin d, no result after 6 month?
I m 29 years old can i take calcium and vitamin D without going for their levels & without dr prescription i have knee joint pain & i live in sweden
Absolutely, yes!: Hi. And in fact, I'd encourage you to. However, please don't expect calcium and D supplements to improve your knee joint pain. Lifelong adequate calcium and vitamin D will help bone health, and you're right around the corner from your peak bone mass in life, after which your bone density, and with fair correlation bone quality, are in decline. Good luck, and I hope your knee pain is temporary! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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