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What Kind Of Doctor Specializes In Vitamin D Deficiency
What's the best type of dr to see for a vitamin d deficiency, my pcp is an internal medicine doc & wont really do much about my blood level of 11?
Vitamin D: Vitamin D is needed by the cells of your body and it acts more like a hormone in that it talks to the DNA of the cells and gets the cell doing what is was made to do. The symptoms are silent till you have cancer, a broken bone, or just don't feel well and a doctor checks your level. Take 1000 to 2000 IU a day and don't worry about it. ...Read more
I just found out I have a Vitamin D deficiency and the doctor ordered me 50,000IU Vitamin D pills 1x/week for 4 weeks. I'm nervous, seems like a lot?
Not a lot but...: That isn't a high dose unless taken daily for several months. However, it is probably vitamin D2 which is the synthetic form of the natural vitamin D3. It has been available for over 50 years but was not proven to be as good as the D3 form. In fact, a review of many studies has shows that it does not promote longevity or prevent fractures at all and the D3 does do both of those. Take D3 5000IU/day ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am suffering from vitamin d deficiency and my doctor prescribed 1 / 1000iu tablet daily. How long will take me to recover?
To low a dose!: Vitamin d repletion takes longer when you have more body fat, since it is a lipid soluble vitamin, and your general size, independent of leaness. Usually on your dose you should see a significant rise in 4-6 weeks, but not knowing how low you were & if you are overweight, it may be from 3-9mo before you d is adequate! key factors: size; how low you were; & degree of obesity! your dose is too low! ...Read more
I have been diagnosed with gastritis. However i'm still confused about what caused gastritis in me. i'm 27 male. I had vitamin D deficiency. So doctors prescribed me to take calcium pills with vitamin D pills. I have been taking 60,000 IU vitamin D pills
Gastritis, Stress: I understand your concern Gastritis can be due to: Long-term use of Aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) and Naproxen (Aleve, Anaprox) Excessive alcohol use H. Pylori Bacteria Stress 60,000 IU vitamin D. is very high dose. It may increase calcium levels in Hyperparathyroidism and Tuberculosis which may result in kidney stones. See a Gastroenterologist and Internist. Psychiatrist for Therapy. ...Read more
How much vitamin d should I take daily to solve my vitamin d deficiency? (currently around 10 ng/ml) my doctor prescribed only 800 iu daily.
Ergocalciferol : Typically, i prescribe ergo Calciferol 50, 000 iu 1 time per week for twelve weeks and then recheck. You may need a larger dose than the 800iu daily to really increase your levels in a sufficient way. Current targets are still up for debate, but most guidelines suggest a target 25 oh vitamin d level of 30 or higher. ...Read more
My doctor is prescribing d2 for vitamin d deficiency but I would prefer D3 as I heard it is more effective. My vitamin d level is 12 NG/ ml. ?
You are right: Vitamin D3 is more natural, more effective and stays in the body longer. You do not need a prescription. Take about 5000 units a day for about three months and after than you may reduce your intake to about 2000 units/day. You are deficient in vitamin D and should take D3. ...Read more
I recently knew that I have a vitamin D deficiency 7.54, my Doctor gave me a Vitamin D3 15 ml a week for 3 months, will I get better or must I do more?
See below: Do take the vitamin D prescribed by your doctor, and that will address the vitamin D deficiency For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. 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. ...Read more
Multiple sclerosis may be caused by vitamin d deficiency , why the doctor prescribe corticosteroid ? That have anti-vitamin d .
Explanation: Vitamin D deficiency increases risk for MS, but does NOT cause the disorder. If one does have MS, and suffers relapses, steroids can help reverse downturn. But low vitamin D can increase risk for relapses, new MRI lesions, and progressive disability. Suggest your concerns be discussed at length with a neurologist, and if you do have MS, you are advised to start a specific MS medication. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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