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Blood in urine, very low vitamin d levels, chronic fatigue. What could this be?

Microhematuria . Not sure of connection among these conditions. But when there is blood in the urine(Hematuria), we must check for infection, stone disease, renal diseases and urinary cancer. I would recommend seeing a urologist for cystoscopy . Read more...

Can a vitamin d deficiency be mistaken for lupus?

Not likely. Lupus has very specific symptoms such as rash, , fever, arthritis, hair loss, mouth sores, fatigue, and raynauds. There are some blood tests that may help with the diagnosis of lupus. Vitamin d deficiency is generally caused by inadequate sunlight exposure and is diagnosed by a blood test. Read more...