Could vitamin d deficiency cause burning sensation in muscles?

Seek another cause. Vitamin D deficiency is famous as a cause of aching in the skeleton, but if you have muscle paresthesias, look for a different explanation.

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Can burning feet be associated with a vitamin d deficiency?

It might. Vitamin d deficiency can cause pain, muscle weakness, muscle cramps and joint pain. There is evidence liking vitamin d deficiency coexisting with other medical problems, and they might be the cause of your burning feet. Talking to your doctor might be a good idea. Read more...

My results are in & I have a vitamin D deficiency. What are the symptoms besides muscle soreness and fragile bones for women? Cold feet? Fatigue? Etc.?

Studies are underway. There is a lot of attention on vitamin D deficiency nowadays. Chronic pain and fatigue have been attributed to it by some. Cold feet is experienced by many people especially women. They are farthest from our hearts and most difficult to keep warm. There may not be any pathologic reason for it at all. Read more...

Could vitamin D deficiency cause intermittent pain in an old fracture in the distal fibula? Resuming vitamin D therapy seems to help after a week or 2

Probably. Vitamin D deficiency frequently causes chronic back pain and general muscle and joint pains, so it would not be surprising to me if it also caused pain in an old fracture. Taking Vitamin D is well worth trying. Most adults need 5-8000 iu of D3 day to maintain optimal levels of 50-80 and has many other health benefits. See http://bit.ly/1dEGuTy & http://bit.ly/166DLiq. Read more...