Is eczema linked to vitamin d deficiencies?

Yes. A recently published study showed correlation between low blood levels of vitamin d with the severity of eczema in children. Br j dermatol. 2011 may;164(5):1078-82. Doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2133.2010.10147.X. Epub 2011 apr 11. However, there is yet a study to show improvement of eczema with vitd supplement.
No. Vitamin d can help psoriasis. There is no direct link between eczema and and vitamin d, but topical vitamin d may help eczema in sensitive areas with thin skin.

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Does Vitamin D deficiency cause severe itching and eczema in hands and legs? Or could it signify an issue with the liver?

No. Vit D deficiency isn't a cause for eczema/itching or a cause for liver disease, can it be seen in people having those conditions? Yes, but not a cause. Vit D deficiency is usually related to insufficient vitamin D intake or insufficient sun exposure, a very common condition can lead to osteopenia or osteoporosis, (weak bones) if long standing, treatment is easy, good luck. Read more...

Is there any link between vitamin d deficiency and colorectal polyps?

Associated/oral Vit . Studies have indicated an association of vitamin d deficiency and colorectal tumors, although causality has not been proven. The current recommendation is to take vitamin d if your blood level is below the normal range. Sun is not enough vit d. Read more...

I have a deficiency of vitamin d, what should I do?

Supplement D3, D2, D. Desirable concentrations of d3 (the one which counts, not d or d2) are in the 70-80 range. Search for a supplement which provides enough to raise concentrations, many otc &rx are not effective. Ones made from lanolin of sheep grown for their wool often work well, reasonable doses are often in the 25, 000 to 50, 000 iu/wk, often upper end. Allow ~3 months to check efficacy. Read more...

How dangerous is vitamin d deficiency?

Vitamin D deficiency. ....Makes you more likely to catch illnesses. It makes you more likely to develop immune problems. A variety of cancers are more likely with low d. Some studies have even shown increased likelihood of death from all causes in d deficient people. Not to mention, d is necessary for strong bones. Vitamin d deficiency is a significant problem. Read more...