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How can kidney activate vitamin d?

How can kidney activate vitamin d?

By an Enzyme: We take vitd in an inactivate form it need two hydroxylation one in liver and the second one in kidney to turn to an active form. The enzyme produces in kidney. ...Read more

Kidney (Definition)

The kidneys are paired organs that lie on either side of the vertebral column. Part of their critical functions include the excretion of urine and removal of nitrogenous wastes products from the blood. They regulate acid-base, electrolyte, fluid balance and blood pressure. Through hormonal signals, the kidneys control the ...Read more


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Can you tell me how kidney activate vitamin d?

Can you tell me how kidney activate vitamin d?

An enzyme.: The Vitamin D that we get from our diet and what is made in our skin with the help of sunlight is initially inactive and must become activated in order to exert its effects in our bodies. Healthy kidneys contain an enzyme called 1-alpha-hydroxylase that converts inactive Vitamin D into active Vitamin D. ...Read more

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How we can keep our kidney healthy??? What vitamin we can take??

How we can keep our kidney healthy??? What vitamin we can take??

Vitamins will not: Help. The best way to keep kidneys healthy is to stay well hydrated and to avoid drugs like advil or aleve, (naproxen)etc. Repetitively (ok to take once in a while) ...Read more

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What are good vitamins for the kidney?

What are good vitamins for the kidney?

None: Several vitamins are known to be harmful in kidney patients such as vitamin a, e and k.
None of the vitamins have been shown to prevent or slow down the progression of kidney disease. If you have kidney disease then you should not take over the counter multivitamins.
You can take multivitamins specially formulated for kidney patients such as prorenal, dialyvite etc. ...Read more

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Can there be such a thing as vitamins for the kidney?

Can there be such a thing as vitamins for the kidney?

Not specifically: Best thing for entire body, including kidneys is a healthy well balanced diet of fruit, vegetables, grains, dairy & meat: these foods contain most vitamins necessary. Some require supplimental vitamin d, specially if not exposed to sun, best consult dr about ideal dose. Vit b complex & folic acid, probably beneficial 4 all, > in pregnancy. Vit c keeps most tissues healthy. Beware unproven herbs. ...Read more

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Hi dr. Wanna ask u that if we r taking vitamins tabs everyday so does it harm our kidneys? As m taking 4 to 5 tabs everyday.

Hi dr. Wanna ask u that if we r taking vitamins tabs everyday so does it harm our kidneys? As m taking 4 to 5 tabs everyday.

No: If you told me exactly what vitamins you are taking I could answer better, but I know of no evidence that vitamins harm kidneys; if anything, they are likely to be good for your kidneys. I have many patients who take many more vitamin tablets a day than you and have done so for years without any kidney problems. ...Read more

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Do too many vitamins cause kidney damage?

Do too many vitamins cause kidney damage?

Really no: A preposterous overdose of vitamin c can give you oxalate nephropathy. Vitamin d toxicity can give you nephrocalcinosis. But there's a huge safety range. Don't do too much vitamin c if you already have compromised renal function. ...Read more

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Will the vitamin vydox have a negative effect on your kidneys?

Will the vitamin vydox have a negative effect on your kidneys?

See remark: Vydox is purported to enhance erections by their manufacturers, I don't have any scientific proof for that.
Therefore I can't make any comment. Why are you using for? erection? any results???? ...Read more

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What foods or vitamins are good for your liver and kidney?

What foods or vitamins are good for your liver and kidney?

Healthy diet, many: The best foods for your liver ; kidneys are organic fruits ; vegetables. Avoid fried foods, genetically modified foods ; limit sugars ; starches. Also avoid too much protein. All vitamins are necessary, esp. For your liver- it's best to get from diet but a quality multivitamin ; 5-8000 iu of d3 is reasonable. Acetaminophen causes liver damage- limit use ; take nac with it. See http://bit. Ly/19xax7e. ...Read more

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What might cause my liver and kidneys to not extract any vitamin d?

What might cause my liver and kidneys to not extract any vitamin d?

They do not extract: The liver and kidneys do not extract vitamin d, they activate it into forms that are usable by the body. Native vitamin d has no effect until it is activated. If your level is low it is because you are not getting enough or you are not absorbing it or you are not getting enough ultraviolet exposure from the sun. ...Read more

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Is it safe to take mega men vitamins if kidney creatine levels are mildly high 1.5?

Is it safe to take mega men vitamins if kidney creatine levels are mildly high 1.5?

Unclear benefit!!: Multivitamins are not as useful as they are thought to be. There is no known benefit. Possible though rare harm. Cost therefore is not justified. People feel better with multivitamins due to the awakening effects of vitamins esp vitamin b, not due to a health effect. The creatinine of 1.5 mg/dl does not constitue a big problem in and of itself. Wouldn't not use vits unless rarely&if eating poorly. ...Read more

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Can vitamin C cause kidney stones?

Can vitamin C cause kidney stones?

Don't abuse it: Vitamin C gets metabolized to oxalic acid which is a component of many common kidney stones. However, studies show little risk unless you use it foolishly (several grams a day). ...Read more

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What does lack of vitamin d have to do with kidneys?

Conversion to active Vitamin D: Vitamin d whether obtained from diet or from sun exposure must be metabolized first by the liver and secondly by the kidneys from a relatively inactive prohormone to the active form of vitamin d that is primarily responsible for its metabolic effects. In particular, the kidneys take 25 hydroxy vitamin d to 125 hydroxy vitamin d. ...Read more

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How much is too much vitamin c to cause kidney stones?

How much is too much vitamin c to cause kidney stones?

Vitamin C: Too much of a good thing can be bad as you imply with your question. The important factor with kidney stones is fluid intake. When the kidneys have too many solids to filter, microcrystals will begin to form stones. Excessive vitamins contribute to this problem. I would say 500-1000 mg/day is reasonable, but if you have a FH for stones, use caution here. Drink more, especially in the summer! ...Read more

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Help! Can beet powder in my vitamin cause kidney stones?

Beets and oxalate: Beets contain oxalate - and oxalate excess can cause stones; but it is unlikely that beet powder in your vitamin is going to promote oxalate stones - does not seem like enough - Many foods contain oxalate, only nine foods are believed to promote kidney stone formation. They are: beets, spinach, rhubarb, strawberries, nuts, chocolate, tea, wheat bran, dry beans; drinking 3 liters fluid /day helps ...Read more

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Can usable vitamin a be used for people with kidney disease?

Can usable vitamin a be used for people with kidney disease?

Ask your Doc!: Vitamins are metabolized by different organs in the body. Vitamin a is typically metabolized by the liver and at high levels it is toxic to the liver. Please ask your nephrologist before venturing on the vitamin usage. ...Read more

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My aunt’s kidney functioning (GFR) is 40 (low). She is supplementing with vitamin B12 (1, 000mcg) 1, 600% RDA daily. Is this safe with CKD??

My aunt’s kidney functioning (GFR) is 40 (low). She is supplementing with vitamin B12 (1, 000mcg) 1, 600% RDA daily. Is this safe with CKD??

Not doing any good: At a gfr of 40 taking large dose of B12 is not doing any harm, but not doing any good either. It is just lightening your aunt's wallet. ...Read more

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Does vitamin C and grape seed can cause damage to the kidney.... Or having an extra nutrition can cause damage to the kidney?

Does vitamin C and grape seed can cause damage to the kidney.... Or having an extra nutrition can cause damage to the kidney?

There are risks: Supplements, herbal medication, 'extra nutrition' all carry risks. Taken for a long time vitamin c increases the amount of kidney stones. There are many supplements that cause heavy metals to be deposited in the kidneys damaging them. There are also many supplements that cause inflammation in the kidneys damaging them. Recent research has shown 'extra' of good things doesn't mean extra good. ...Read more

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What are the dangers of having a vitamin d level of 160 if the patient feels normal, in fact better than normal and no kidney damage?

What are the dangers of having a vitamin d level of 160 if the patient feels normal, in fact better than normal and no kidney damage?

Several: ....Bone loss, abnormal blood calcium, deleterious effects to the liver, kidneys and possibly heart and blood vessels. Like having high blood pressure, how the person feels just doesn't matter. You can have very high blood pressure, be at high risk for heart attack or stroke, and feel perfectly fine until a bad event happens. Safe vitamin d levels are between 30 and 80. ...Read more

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Is Amway Nutrilite daily tablets have any side effect like stone in kidney?? Is tablet supply sufficient qyt of vitamin B12 to body??

Loss of $: The contents of the pill you are taking are not clearly defined. In any case, you are probably not doing yourself any favor by taking an expensive food supplement. If you are deficient in B12, injections of the vitamin would be indicated. If you are not deficient you are just wasting your money.
For 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. ...Read more

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I have to much calcium and vitamin d. One of my kidneys was removed as had calcified. What are they signs that this is happening again and what othe?

I have to much calcium and vitamin d. One of my kidneys was removed as had calcified. What are they signs that this is happening again and what othe?

Hypercalcemia: You need a specialist some commentsloss of a kidney due to hypercalcemia uncommon generally dystrophic calcification due to a bad kidney like poly cystic disease hypercalcemia can have kidney issues make sure u are not toxic vitamin d or over replaced calcium parathyroid function needs to be looked at certain diseases like sarcoidosis can cause incresed d underlying kidney disease makes these wors. ...Read more

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Does vitamin b50 complex help with the prevention of kidney stones?

Likely not: There is limited data for role of vitamin b50 in prevention of kidney stones. Modification and addition of certain dietary supplements and vitamins to the diet may increase or decrease the risk of kidney stones. There are various forms of kidney stones (oxalate, calcium, uric acid, etc.). Some of the products in b50 may be helpful in reducing kidney stones, but not at the levels contained in b50. ...Read more

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Can a 500 mg dose of vitamin c give you kidney stones or is it unlikely?

Can a 500 mg dose of vitamin c give you kidney stones or is it unlikely?

Yes: Kidney stones are comprised of various minerals, and chemical factors of an individual's urine will affect which minerals can precipitate out to form stones. For instance, increased urinary concentration of oxalate can increase the risk of calcium oxalate-based stones. The body metabolizes Vitamin C into oxalate, so theoretically Vitamin C supplementation can increase one's risk for stones. ...Read more

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I already take 3700 iu of vitamin d, why does it keep showing up that I am deficient? My thyroid and kidneys are fine.

I already take 3700 iu of vitamin d, why does it keep showing up that I am deficient? My thyroid and kidneys are fine.

Not enough D: It sounds like you are taking enough vitamin d to maintain healthy levels, but not enough to raise deficient levels into the healthy range. You may need to take very high doses of vitamin d for 3 months or more to get your levels into a healthy range. Other possibilities might include poor absorption of fat and fat-soluble vitamins like vitamin d, or taking steroids. Work w/ your doc on this. ...Read more

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