Vitamin D side effect

It is important to note that vitamin D created from sunlight on skin is not known to result in toxic levels. Levels of vitamin D produced from sunlight are self-adjusting.
Kal's Vitamin D-Rex  90Chew Bubblegum FlavorSide effect of Vitamin D is occur in result of hypervitaminosis D. Toxic levels of vitamin D can cause abnormally high blood calcium levels. This can result in bone loss and kidney stones. Long-term verconsumption of vitamin D can cause calcification of organs such as the heart, blood vessels, and the kidneys.
Hypervitaminosis D is a serious problem as it can result in irreversible calcification of the heart, lungs, kidneys, and other soft tissues. Therefore, care should be taken to detect early signs of vitamin D intoxication in patients receiving pharmacological doses.
Side effects of vitamin D include hypercalcemia, hypercalciuria, anorexia, nausea, vomiting, thirst, polyuria, muscular weakness, joint pains, diffuse demineralization of bones, and disorientation.
One report of vitamin D intoxication occurred from drinking milk that had been fortified with inappropriately high levels of vitamin.
Vitamin D side effects are unlikely in healthy adults with supplement levels lower than 10,000 IU/day. The Food and Nutrition Board has established a very conservative tolerable upper intake level (UL) of 2,000 IU/day (50 mcg/day) for children and adults. The UL for infants up to one year of age is 1000 IU.
Side effects are possible only with supplemental forms of vitamin D and are rare.


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