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I am vitamin d deficient and i was wondering if you can get a fracture due to low vitamin d?

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Dr. Richard Popowitz
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: Yes

Vitamin d is partly responsible for absorbing calcium from your diet.
Without calcium you could develop osteopenia or osteoporosis making you more susceptible for a fracture. See your medical doctor to make sure your taking appropriate levels of vitamin d.

In brief: Yes

Vitamin d is partly responsible for absorbing calcium from your diet.
Without calcium you could develop osteopenia or osteoporosis making you more susceptible for a fracture. See your medical doctor to make sure your taking appropriate levels of vitamin d.
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