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Low Vitamin D
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen

Those are some excellent questions. Let me try to answer.

First of all, I am going to assume that your Vitamin D Level was reported in the units of 'Nmol/L', that would definitely make it moderately low.

If your Vitamin D level was reported in the units of 'ng/ml' then you would be only just a little bit low.

The way that you can tell if the problems that you are having are from Vitamin D Deficiency or from something else is to get aggressively treated for your Vitamin D Deficiency and wait 3 to 4 months.

When you get your Vitamin D Level Checked again, if it is within normal range -no less than 115 nmol/l OR 50 ng/ml, then wait about another month still taking your Vitamin D.

All the while, you should be checking how you feel. If your levels have been within normal range for several months and you still have the same symptoms, then it's likely that your symptoms are NOT from Vitamin D Deficiency!

But unless you recheck your levels, you will never know because even Mild Vitamin D Deficiency can cause symptoms, and unless your doctor is VERY familiar with correct Vitamin D Dosages, it's likely that he will not give you enough to correct your deficiency.

Therefore, it is IMPERATIVE that you Get Your Vitamin D Level Rechecked.

In the meantime, you could ALSO be getting out and exposing as much of your skin as possible to sunlight for 15 to 30 minutes a day (More if you are dark-skinned) in order to get adequate Vitamin D.

There are many variables to how much sun exposure that you can safely get, but the bottom line is "Don't Burn!"

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen

Functional Medicine Practitioner

Easy Immune

by: low vitamin d

Well, thanks for your comments.

Basically every time I try to get up for the past 4 days, I feel faint and fatigue. I'm nothing but dizzy and I feel like there is sooo much blood rushing to my head.

All in all, I'm exhausted and I'm getting chest pain as well with pressure.

It's very frustrating. Usually I dont sleep, but these past 4-5days, I've been doing nothing but sleeping! That is very unlike me.

All these different symptoms are really confusing me. Do you think they have anything to do with my Low vitamin D?


Low Vitamin D is likely not your problem RIGHT this moment!
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The immune Queen

Whether or not your symptoms have anything to do with your Low Vitamin D or not, you should seriously see your doctor ASAP or even go to the Emergency Room and get a full medical workup.

Chest pain is nothing to mess around with and is not due to Vitamin D Deficiency.


Ask NO MORE ADVICE on the internet until you get a complete clean bill of health from your doctor!!

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