Vitamin D3 is a fat. soluble vitamin and is best absorbed when eating fats & if you are not fat/obese. If you have a bleeding ulcer it does not thin the blood further, and possibly isn't even being absorbed if you are not eating, because of a bleeding ulcer.If a person is obese/fat, it gets sequestered or stored in the fat, and not absorbed either.It is not known to have that type of relationship to bleeding ulcers.
No it does. not do that. If you have a severe bleeding ulcer, it needs immediate attention.
No and no. Hi. No, vitamin D doesn't thin the blood, and no, it's not dangerous to take after a severe bleeding ulcer.
I'm vitamin D deficient (blood test said 25) taking 50, 000 IU per week of Vitamin D, is it safe to take prenatals with that?
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