What is the hoopla about vitamin d 1?

Lots. Vitamin d deficiency can cause everything from weakness, to pain, to psychiatric symptoms, as well as other things. It is difficult to overdose on vitamin d, so most physicians will prescribe it to help improve these symptoms. However, there is a large percentage of people do have vitamin d deficiency, and it is currently an area of extensive research.
Good hoopla !!!! Go to vitamindcouncil.Org tons of good information there it is good for you and almost everybody is vit d deficient.

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My vitamin d oh is 28 which is low but my vitamin d 1, 25 is 62 which is normal does that mean I'm not deficient or do I need to take supplement?

Take supplement. Hi. Just because your 1,25-D is normal doesn't mean you don't need vitamin D supplements. My goal for 25-D is mid-30's or above, so in actuality, you're barely low. If you take 2,000 IU vit. D/day, you'd probably get your 25-D up to about 40. Not a bad idea, but honestly, I could predict a level of 28 would ever hurt you in any way. But why not get it a little higher? Good luck! Read more...

My bloodwork consistently showing an out of range level of vitamin d 1, 25 oh without the use of supplements my level at 135. Vit d25 is 35.9-causes?

It could be from. Overactive parathyroid gland, sarcoidosis and certain tumors like lymphoma. Ask your dr for reassurance. http://www.ustoowichita.org/pdf/understanding%201, 25%20dihydroxy%20vitamin%20d%20and%2025-hydroxy%20vitamin%20d.Pdf. Read more...

Vitamin D, 1, 25-Dihydroxy 90 pg/mL. Calcium 9.7 mg/dL. PTH 49 pg/mL. HsCRP 0.2 mg/L. Feeling well. No D Hydroxy was done. What would cause the High D?

Vitamin D. 90 pg/ml for 1-25 D is a bit high but not too bad when seen with the other numbers. I don't know why 1-25 but not 25 hydroxy vitamin d was not done. Have your doctor set that up for you. Read more...
Repeat or ignore. Hi. An elevated 1,25-dihydroxy D (1,25-D) in the setting of normal blood calcium and PTH is not physiologically plausible. Because it's a mild elevation, I would repeat it, or just ignore it. You can get a 25-hydroxy D (25-D); that tests for vitamin D adequacy/insufficiency. 1,25-D tests for a non-PTH cause of hypercalcemia and some kidney conditions. Read more...