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You Misunderstand my comments
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

You misunderstand my comments. Vitamin D does NOT make you 'anxious', the lack of magnesium can though. Please understand the difference and please understand that 'just' because you are already taking magnesium doesn't mean that you are getting nearly enough. And vitamin d and magnesium don't 'affect' the sertraline in any way that I'm aware of, but you may find that once you are sufficient in vitamin d and magnesium, you may not need it because you have remedied the underlying reason WHY you have depression in the first place.

Getting OFF of the sertraline once you don't need it anymore is a WHOLE different issue however, and I'll not go into that except to say that many people can never get off of antidepressants, or have a terrible time doing it because it's 'ruined' their neurotransmitter production.

I've gone over how to determine the correct magnesium dosage probably over 200 times on this site. Please see the same page that I have referred those other 200 people to in order to determine the correct magnesium dosage. Magnesium Dosage.

Also, you are NOT going to correct your vitamin d level taking 5000 IU"s per day. That is a MAINTENANCE dose, so if you want to MAINTAIN your current low level, that is what 5000 IU's per day is going to do for you. Please see the page on Vitamin D Therapy page.


FOLKS, PLEASE LOOK FOR THE ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS BEFORE ASKING. IF EVERYONE WOULD SIMPLY LOOK FOR THE ANSWER TO THEIR QUESTION, THEY WOULD FIND IT 99% OF THE TIME. I'VE ANSWERED THOUSANDS OF QUESTIONS AND HAVE NOT ANSWERED A SINGLE UNIQUE QUESTION IN OVER 6 MONTHS BECAUSE PEOPLE ASK THE SAME QUESTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN ANSWERED DOZENS AND HUNDREDS OF TIMES RIGHT HERE ON THIS SITE.

PLEASE LOOK FOR THE ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION BEFORE ASKING ANOTHER. THERE IS A 'SEARCH THIS SITE' BOX IN THE UPPER LEFT HAND CORNER OF EVERY SINGLE PAGE AND I HAVE AN ENTIRE PAGE ON ALREADY ANSWERED QUESTIONS ABOUT VITAMIN D THAT I REFER TO AT THE BOTTOM OF EACH AND EVERY PAGE ABOUT VITAMIN D.

RATHER THAN ANSWER REPEAT QUESTIONS OVER AND OVER AGAIN, I HAVE SIMPLY BEEN DELETING QUESTIONS THAT A QUICK LOOK ON MY SITE WOULD HAVE ANSWERED.




Kerri Knox RN

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Vitamin D to Magnesiun ratio
by: Anonymous

you say that you have answered this question over 200 times, but I have been on your site for over 20 minutes and still have not found a clear answer to this question. All I ever find are generalizations. Either you need to improve your site or your intentionally giving general answers to avoid legal issues. I would understand either, but dont get frustrated and delete the question. SEE THE NEED AND ADDRESS THE ISSUE!!!!!

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by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

The correct magnesium dosage that I say that I've discussed hundreds of times is in the underlined blue link entitled 'Magnesium Dosage' in the post just below this one where I say that I've gone over it hundreds of times. Maybe you are not aware that an underlined blue link is a direction pointer to a new page that has information on the topic that is in the underlined blue phrase?? Maybe that is the issue since the underlined blue link is RIGHT THERE where I say, "Please see the same page that I have referred those other 200 people to in order to determine the correct magnesium dosage. Magnesium Dosage." just below this one.

I cannot make it any more clear than I did in this and the last post in this thread.

Kerri Knox, RN

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