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Feeling muscle weakness, hurts to walk. Diagnosed with vitamin D deficiency. Suggest some cure and diet plan?

would like to know if my musscle weakess, pain(seems to be in my bones, muscles and is sometimes throbing is from my recent diagnosos of a vitamin D deficiency my level was 8. my aldolase is 14, my d dimer is 650,(was told i do not have any blood clots)but my muscles hurt all the time, its hard to walk up and down stairs, around the house, even doing dishes hurts my arm muscles badly
Asked On : Wed, 11 Jul 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum. the tests are suggesting it is hypovitaminosis D. it usually is associated with defeciency of other vitamins and iron.
The cause being malnutrition and non exposure to sun light. because the source of vit D is sun light. Besides your doctors treatment i advise
you some diet recomendations as take more of green leafy vegetables pulses sprouts milk fruits and juices. especially banana. dont touch
potato other tubers tomato cauliflower coconut egg chicken and sea foods for 7days and see the difference. wishing for a quick recovery.
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