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Vitamin D overdose

Vitamin D overdose: Introduction

An excessive ingestion of vitamin D which usually occurs as a result of supplement overdose. Vitamin D is essential for healthy teeth and bones. Our bodies can make vitamin D from exposure to the sun but this process turns off once our bodies have enough of the vitamin. However, when vitamin D is consumed as a supplement, there is no shut-off mechanism and an overdose can lead to abnormal calcium metabolism with symptoms such as nausea, constipation, weakness and bone pain. ...more »

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