Is anyone else super sensitive physically? Like, if I scratch an itch on my arm, that part of my arm will hurt. Or if I just press my back up against something, that area hurts. Is this something I should be concerned about?
honestly I'm barely even deficient, only slightly under where I should be, but my mum refuses to let me take supplements and my cahms worker is telling me that's what's affecting my mental health. help?
I really hate taking my medicine as I was on a pill for depression for awhile that made me physically sick for awhile as a side effect and now I think my mind associates pills with vomiting because it grosses me out to even see medicine and I gag when taking it. I know I need to get over this and I am working on it but is there any other ways to also get a lot of Vitamin D besides pills?
is there a good that I can eat on the go that's rich in vitamin d? I can't stay on my pills per my doctor. she has me on vitamins, for afterwards. but I was wondering if there was something I can snack on throughout the day that might help.
what dosage of vitamin d iu is everyone on? my PCP says take 2,000 iu daily and be patient, I bought 10k at CVS on sale and asked if i can even absorb that much at once and he said "you can...but," and then just shrugged so not sure what to make of that and then my mom's doctor says he's not vitamin d deficient but takes 50k iu daily and if he feels off brings it up to 100k! so I'm kinda lost on how much is really necessary
I just got diagnosed as vitamin D deficient today. My levels were at a 6. My doctor prescribed me 50,000 units of vitamin d once weekly. What are other people’s experiences with taking this high of dose?
I feel like no matter how much vitamin d supplements I take I'm always crazy low. when I get my labs done my vitamin d is usually at 13 to 10 and I'm constantly told I need to be at least in the mid 30s. I take it as prescribed everyday and I'm still low after about 6 years of this :(
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Anxiety (Including GAD)