I Was told I was low in vitamin D and read that vitamin D3 is the vitamin to take. It's all confusing to me. I am a 69 year old female with severe Crohns Disease, anemia (just had two more blood transfusions) and arthritis. A combination of D3, Magnesium and Calcium made a huge difference with my arthritis pain, but I'm not really sure which D I should be taking or how much is safe. I don't want to cause another problem in my enthusiasm to help my arthritis
22 Oct 2011
Yes, you are correct to take the Vitaman d3. You can take upwards to 3,000 iu'ssafely, & the calcium citrate with magnesium & D3 is also what you want, but I would increase the D3 with a separate Vit. D3/ 2 to 3000 IU's. & you can also take more magnesium,& you should takd a general good quality vitaman & mineral supplement. Fish oil also helps with the heart, breathing & other problems. I also take 1,000 IU's of vit. c for leg cramps at night. If I forget, I get the worse cramps ever. Hope this helps...
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