AJVDK Posted March 19, 2007 Report Share Posted March 19, 2007 OK, I just was tested for a hypercoagulable disorder and I got the results in the mail today. This is a few line from the letter:" Therefore there is really no evidence of hypercoagulable syndome. Interstingly, your vitamin D level was terrible."......the letter goes on to say I need to start taking Vitamin D3 4000 units a day. Does that seem alot. It also says the Vitamin D effect the immune system, and maintaing proper cell growth, regulation of certain functions in the nervous, and bone metabolism. Has anyone else had a vitamin D problem? If so does 4000 units a day sound right for a does to take a day? Did you seem an improvment in your health after starting taking Vitamin D?Thats for any info! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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