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Yes, Low Vitamin D and Normal Labs is Normal
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Naveed,

Yes, you can have a low vitamin d and all normal labs. This means that your low vitamin d is simply being caused because you are not getting enough- and not being caused by a 'metabolic' problem such as parathyroid hormone disease.

And yes, you can have normal Blood Calcium Levels and low vitamin d because the body has a very sensitive system that will pull calcium from the bones and cause osteoporosis before it will allow you to have low Blood Calcium Levels.

Most cases of osteoporosis occur with normal blood calcium levels.

So, you can get a bone scan done if you want to just for a 'baseline' reading to see if you improve your bone density over the years by whatever you choose to do to take care of this, but whatever the outcome, you are not going to do anything differently.

You have a SEVERE bone demineralization issue and you need to take action NOW and get your bones healthy.




So, I don't know if you noticed this, but your vitamin d level went DOWN significantly after your Vitamin D Injections. What was the timeline for you to have your first vitamin d level, get your injections and get retested?

In any case, you need to be on HIGH DOSE vitamin d to get your levels up. But don't get any more Vitamin D Injections as they are made from Vitamin D2- and you should be on Vitamin D3.

And please read my page on Vitamin D Therapy to show you step by step how to bring your levels up- using ONLY vitamin d3.

There is a LOT that you can do for your bones and you NEED to start taking action ASAP to prevent having severe osteoporosis in the future.


Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
Immune System

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