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Vitamin D3 dosage
Hello sir I have very less exposure in sunlight(10-15min in a day)...should I take vitamin D3 supplement..if yes than what should be the dossage require??
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U should get tested for vitD first
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You need to test first
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You please do Vit D3 and calcium levels  Rather than taking medicines it's better if can expose yourself to sun for 1 hour a day.
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Examination of vitamin D is advisable
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Medication under prescription is advisable
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First get vitamin d levels test done then according to reports will be prescribed
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First get the vitamin d levels tested... Accordingly dosage can be advised
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