Warnings for Vitamin D Use.

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Taking vitamin D may affect blood sugar levels. People with diabetes, low blood sugar levels. Or who are taking medications, herbs, or supplements. That may affect blood sugar levels should take it under the advice of a doctor health.

People who have chronic diseases or have had diseases related to blood pressure. Liver and kidney disease, abnormal immune system, heart disease, digestive system disorders. Thyroid disease, lung disease, skin disease, frequent headaches, muscle, bone and joint disorders should always consult a doctor first and consume with caution UFABET  

Vitamin D should not be taken in amounts greater than 100 micrograms (4,000 IU) per day. As this can cause high levels of calcium in the blood and be harmful to the body.   

Pregnant or breastfeeding women can consume it in the same amount as adults. But should seek advice from a doctor and consume it with caution. Especially pregnant women with high blood pressure or other health risks.

Taking vitamin D in conjunction with certain medications. Such as corticosteroids, weight loss drugs, diabetes drugs, blood pressure drugs, cholestyramine, anti-seizure drugs, calcium supplements, or antacids, may cause drug interactions. Therefore, you should always consult your doctor first.  

Vitamin D may cause allergic skin reactions. (irritation, inflammation, rash, thinning of the skin) hypercalcemia, calcium deposits in the arteries, changes in cholesterol levels, unusual daytime sleepiness, excessive vitamin levels in the body, dizziness, hardening of the arteries.