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Severe BACKPAIN

Sir my father is working in government sector and he travels a lot currently he is suffering from BACKPAIN and we consulted ortho. After checking MRI report doctor said there is D vitamin deficiency.My question is that can any one get BACKPAIN due to D-vitamin deficiency if so what we should do to control it.
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Dr. Deepthi Rao Gorukanti Hyderabad | General Physician
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Vitamin D is important for calcium to get deposited in bones. Bones get weak with low calcium,so pain. I hope your orthopaedician has already advised vitamin D course,take it.
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Dr. Amarpreet Singh Riar Delhi | General Practitioner
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1.Arachitol Nano 60 k ( or Calcirol) once weekly.

2.Tab Calcimax 500 mg once daily.

3.Sun Exposure for 20 MINUTES daily.

4.Eat Fish ( if you are non vegetarian).

5.FORTIFIED Cereals.

6.Cod Liver oil.

7. Tab Zerodol-TH twice daily for 5 days to control all the pains

Yes, it can cause pain.

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Dr. Bodhisatwa Choudhuri Kolkata | General Physician
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Hello. Vitamin D deficiency can cause any bone pain, including back pain. Serum vitamin D level should be checked. It can be treated with once weekly regimen of tablets or vitamin d injection. Hope this helps
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