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Potential Link Found Between Vitamin D Therapy, Higher Hypercalcemia Risk in CKD

ajmc.com
 2021-12-04

Cover picture for the articlePatients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) and elevated levels of parathyroid hormone who are treated with active vitamin D therapy experienced significantly higher risks of hypercalcemia, investigators concluded in a meta-analysis. Active vitamin D therapy was found to significantly increase the risk of hypercalcemia among patients with nondialysis chronic...

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Lesko Brandon
12-05

I called it. Now that they found that vitamin D helps combat covid it's either going to be illegal or bad for you. WTFU PEOPLE

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Truthsayer
12-05

Just like aspirin a month back when it was fond to help prevent and treat Covid 19. So sad that the governments around the world are trying to kill us all off…🤨

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Jim James
12-06

I can tell you from personal experience that to much prescription vit.D can have cause the kidneys to lose their effectiveness.My own ckd had caused me to go below 30% while taking 50,000 units of vit.D once a week.The drs.dropped my dosage to once every two weeks and the results surprised even him.I gained 9% of my kidney back.

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