When will Vitamin D Start to Make me feel better?

by Diana
(Tulsa, Ok)

My doctor gasped when she told me my Vitamin D level was 5 ng/ml. I've been taking 50,000 units once a week for a month and I don't feel any better!


When will I start to feel better?

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Relief of Symptoms of Vitamin D Deficiency

by Sarah
(York, PA)


I had been diagnosed with a deficiency 3 months ago. My level was a 26 and my doctor said to get it above 30.

I've been taking the prescribed vit d 3, 1,000 iu's per day plus and added multivit (400 iu) and sometimes a second D3 (1000 iu).

I still have aching in all of my joints.

Is it normal to take so long to feel better?

Thank you.
Sarah

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How Long Until I Get Symptom Relief Taking Vitamin D

How Long for Vitamin D Deficiency Symptoms to Go Away?

How Long for Vitamin D Deficiency Symptoms to Go Away?

I'm 42 and just started taking CaltratePlus (3 days ago) after the doctor told me my d level is low. My blood sugar drops and I feel very lightheaded. I was wondering how long before my blood sugar regulates and this lightheaded feeling goes away.

Could these be symptoms of the vitamin D deficiency?



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How Long to Raise a Vitamin D Level of 5


My vitamin D level is 5 how long does it take to get back to normal?

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Answer:

I've answered this question many times and I'll refer you to those pages.


When will vitamin d make me feel better.

And even though your question is slightly different, the answer is the same. It 'depends' upon a lot of factors, namely:

1) How much you are taking

2) The many factors of Vitamin D Absorption including the Vitamin D and Magnesium connection that most people are not aware of

3) Whether you are getting Vitamin D from Sun

4) Whether you are taking Prescription Vitamin D (I hope not) or regular Vitamin D Supplements (I hope so)

5) What level you are attempting to get it to. The Normal Vitamin D Level may not be what you think it is.


So, there is no one answer to that. It's different for everyone...


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