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Initially My D3 Levels are 8.35 Ng/Ml
I was Diagnosed D3 Levels Low I.e.., 8.35 Ng/ML so,took 2 Weekly Tablets I.e.., ORIS D3 60K Tablet.So,It Increased to 25.5 Ng /ML so,Still I need to Take High Dose or Not??? Because initially My B12 181 when I took 2 Injections it Went to 1515 Same D3 Also Impact to me or Not I don't no. Please Give me Suggestions Expert Level . Thanks, Srikanth.
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Your vitamin D3 level still insufficient , Take one 60k tablet per week for 4 weeks and Recheck your D3 level.
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Vitamin D is still not sufficient so it's recommended to have 1 tablet/sachet per week Plus One  Calcium tablet 500mg per day For 1 month
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Have Calcium medicine with food as Calcium leads to constipation. wishing you Healthy Recovery
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