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Fibromyalgia and Vitamin D Deficiency
by: Anonymous

Hi Kathy,

Your Vitamin D level of 9 ng/ml is 'severely' low, I'm not sure that I would use the word

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'dangerously' low however. And yes, Fibromyalgia and Vitamin D are Most Definitely related. Low Vitamin D levels can cause a condition called Osteomalacia which causes generalized pain that is often misdiagnosed as Fibromyalgia!

The other problem with this is that even when Vitamin D Deficiency IS diagnosed in Fibromyalgia, usually the dose is Insufficient to raise 25(OH)D levels to the recommended 50-80 required to stop Osteomalacia!

So, many doctors and researchers conclude that Vitamin D does NOT improve Fibromyalgia symptoms, when in fact they just did not treat the Fibromyalgia and Vitamin D Deficiency aggressively enough!!

I encourage you to Sign Up For My Newsletter where you will get a free gift of an extensive research study on pain and Vitamin D Deficiency.

I have an entire program that makes a significant difference in the lives of Fibromyalgia patients by treating some of the other undiagnosed problems that contribute to the symptoms of Fibromyalgia.

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
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