What causes high cholesterol, irregular menstrual cycles, vitamin D deficiency, peripheral neuropathy, gluten intolerance, fatigue, low BBT?

Inactivity. Can't think of one possible cause except inactivity, being sedentary can lead to all what you described either directly or indirectly, see your doctor, start an exercise program suitable for your state of health, good luck.

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What causes irregular menstrual cycles, vitamin D deficiency, peripheral neuropathy, gluten intolerance, high cholesterol, fatigue, low BBT?

Menses. There are many causes of irregular menses and you should see a Gynecologist about this. Vitamin D deficiency is unnecessary. Over the counter bottles with 1000 mg daily should be enough. Gluten intolerance is telling you to slow down taking any gluten. High cholesterol can be treated and your doctor will assist you. Fatigue - why? Read more...

I have vitamin d deficiency- taking 10, 000 units a week. I used to have neuropathy on my left side and now my feet and fingers are tingling a lot more than usual. Related?

Ask your doctor. We can not answer your question as we don't know what was your blood level of VitaminD and how long you have been taking It is probably not due to you taking vitamin D as 10000 unit a weak is not a very high dose,as we sometime use 50000 units to load up and followed by maintanace dose of 1000 to2000 or more daily.But VitD level needs to be repeated to see how much maitanance dose you need daily. Read more...
Yes it's possible. Have you also been checked for Vit. B12, folate, (folic acid) and thyroid function tests? When I give weekly Vit. D it usually hits 50,000IU so if you're that deficient enough to need replacement therapy then, I'm not sure if 10,000 is high enough. If you'd like ask more questions feel free to contact me at: www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi. Read more...
Need blood test. Vitamin D deficiency is associated with peripheral neuropathy, but you'd really need a blood test for vitamin D3 level to see if you're still deficient. I'm concerned you may not be taking enough to truly correct a deficiency. Remember, there are many other causes of neuropathy. Read more...
Vit d. If your vitamin d level is still too low, this could explain your symptoms. Recheck your levels of calcium as well as vit D. Some people require as much as 100,000 units of D per week due to absorption problems. Also make sure that your serum calcium,magnesium and potassium levels are normal. If you're having difficulty with these levels, consult an endocrinologist. Read more...
Vit D deficiency. i am not sure there is a relationship. Would check current Vit D level midweek and calcium levels. . Do you have an underlying condition like Crohn"s, IBS ?, as there may be other vitamin deficiencies like B12, Would also check for diabetes and check TSH ( thyroid), mg, potassium, phosphorus . rarely consider MS F/U with doc. Read more...
I don't think so. aha are you doing for the neuroptahy? why only the left side? did anyone ever find the etiology of that neuropathy? Read more...

Can vitamin d deficiency cause fatigue or depression/anxiety? I am especially concerned with the fatigue. My blood level was a 10.

Yes, it could. Yes, vitamin d deficiency could cause fatigue and depression. Talk with your doctor about replenishing this. With your very low level, you may need high dosing with it temporarily, and then back off to a maintenance dose. Please be aware that it's also possible to have multiple conditions at once, all of which need treatment (depression, anxiety , and vit d deficiency, etc). Read more...
Yes and many other. Possibilities. ?d3, calcitriol, 1, 25-dihydroxyvitamin d3, long assoc. With ca+2 absorption & bone strength. More recently with ?heart muscle strength, ?susceptibility to infections, ?depression, etc. At the same time, we are complex mind-over-matter creatures, issues complex, lots of unknowns, optimal level unknown, esp. At single individual level. Suggest supplement d3 to > 40 & check other issue. Read more...
Certainly. If your hemoglobin was 10, then you have an anemia, diseases that cause anemia, including vitamin deficiency (b12) can cause fatigue, depression, anxiety. You need a careful examination to find out what is the problem, including checks for cancer, inflammatory diseases, vitamin deficiencies, ulcers, other bleeding states, etc., particularly with the postural tachycardia. Schedule it this week! Read more...

I work outside all year, I don't use sunscreen, I consume cholesterol, and I am caucasian. Why do I still have vitamin d deficiency? Infection?

See below. Everyone absorbs vitamins differently. This may be related to your genetics, but your physician can help narrow down the causes and recommend the appropriate amount of vit. D. Supplementation. Read more...