Vitamin D Toxicity

 

 

If you take too much Vitamin D, your serum calcium level may get elevated, which if mild usually does not cause any symptoms.

 

However, if serum calcium is too high, you may develop heart problems, drowsiness and in extreme cases, even coma and death.

 

So it is important that you let your physician know about your vitamin D dose. Your physician should monitor your serum calcium level which is often included in a routine chemistry panel.

 

Treatment of Vitamin D Deficiency

 

 

 

For details on Vitamin D, please refer to Dr. Zaidi's new book, "Power of Vitamin D."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 







 

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