Bone pain started after Vitamin d treatment

by Birjis
(Doha Qatar)

I have been taking vitamin D 50,000IU TAB once a week since 10 weeks, my vitamin d level was 10

But before starting treatment i never felt bone pain and now i have pain in legs hip and shoulder
it is more on the next day of taking tablet
I am taking rabeprazole(Pariet 20 mg) since 6 months, initially twice a day for 3 months for some stomach problem,after taking pariet within a month or two i started feeling numbness and tingling in legs and hands
then started back pain and then hip pain and now legs and arm muscles etc.

My doctor told me that i dont need to take calcium supplement as calcium level is good in blood, so i dont take calcium. is it fine
Can i take multivitamin and mineral tablet with vitamin d capsule- is there any side effect
My B12 level is above 1000 but still i took neurobin injections for numbness&tingling and now it is gone.

Sometimes due to hip pain i am not able to sit on chair or sleep on my back
All these problems started after taking pariet tablets
before i never had any pain or any type of desease,
is this the side effect of pariet,i am a pre-diabetic& my fasting sugar level is 118-126

Regards
Sameer

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by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Sameer,

Very interesting problems. I would definitely say that if you had numbness and pain that went away when you took Vitamin B12, that it was definitely Vitamin B12 deficiency regardless of what your levels said.

Then please read my page on Pain While Taking Vitamin D to see why temporary bone pain is not uncommon with vitamin d treatment.


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I also have increased bone pain with D
by: Anonymous

D regulates calcium. Your doctor is saying your calcium is "good". Could it actually be high? If it is high - 9-10 or more and you also have high PTH you could have hyperparathyroidism.

Increased D will cause hypocalcemia (high calcium) if you have hyperparathryoidism. Hypocalcemia CAUSES BONE PAIN and calcium deposits in muscle and tissue. Get your calcium levels and ask for a PTH test. If they are both high and your doctor says nothing - go to a good endocrinologist with these tests.

WHAT NO ONE IS SAYING ABOUT D is that certain individuals with high calcium should not be taking it.


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NOTE FROM KERRI:

I'M saying that!!! Please read my page on Vitamin D Contraindications.

Magnesium may be the missing link
by: Karen

Get your magnesium levels checked. D will increase calcium and without the right amount of magnesium you could be getting calcium deposits. Magnesium is supposed to distribute calcium where it belongs - to your bones. Without the proper amount of magnesium calcium can be going to muscle and veins and organs (kidney stones) and causing damage. I have had terrible Pain While Taking Vitamin D. My knees and hips especially.

I just found out I am deficient in Magnesium! I've read that magnesium can dissolve unwanted deposits. Going to get that fixed and try D again later since I am still low in d. Also HYPERPARATHYROIDISM causes high calcium so when you take D it can further elevate the calcium in your system. Get that checked out. You are not alone. D DEFINITELY can cause a LOT more pain for some people like you and me. Hope this helps a little or at least gives you something to go on.

Clues for your doctor to consider:

Magnesium Levels
HYPERPARATHYROIDISM (PTH and calcium levels high?)
CELIACS (wheat allergy triggers all)
THYROID ISSUES
IMMUNE SYSTEM DISORDERS
Best wishes!!

Karen


Good Advice
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Good advice Karen,

Unfortunately, part of the problem with our medical system is that even when it DOES check for many things, there tests are inaccurate and most often come back showing no problems.

so, while your suggestions that the writer might have:

low magnesium
Celiac disease
hypothyroid

are all correct, she can still have one or all of those problems EVEN IF the tests for them come back negative.

So, then she is in a position of having been tested for those problem and been told, possibly wrongly, that she does NOT have these problems.

Very frustrating- and everyone needs to become their own detective in order to find problems like these.

In these 3 cases, the experience of symptoms are actually more important than any laboratory tests and often it's a great idea to try to find a doctor who will treat you for these problems on a 'trial' basis- even if lab tests are negative- to see if that will help you...



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