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Prescribed Calcirol, Dexorange. Can an online doctor explain my blood report ?

I have been recommended to have calcirol and dex orange as my vitamin D level is low. My blood test report is as below : ANTI THYROID ANTIBODIES ANTI THYROPEROXIDASE (THYROID MICROSOMAL ANTIBODY ( Chemiluminiscence) 5 IU/ml UPTO 34 IU/ml 0 ANTIBODY TO THYROGLOBULIN (anti-Tg) 13.8 IU/mL Upto 115 IU/mL 0 25-HYDROXY VITAMIN D3 ,25-HYDROXY VITAMIN D2, (LC/MS/MS METHOD) 25 (OH) VIT D2 (LCMSMS) Specific reference range for Vitamin D2 is not available.0 ng/ml 1.25 ng/ml 25 (OH) VIT D3 (LCMSMS) Specific reference range for Vitamin D3 is not available.0 ng/ml 4.56 ng/ml 25 (OH) VIT D TOTAL (Vit D2+Vit D3) Below 10 ng/ml : Deficient 0 10-30 ng/ml : Insufficient 30 - 76 ng/ml : Normal ng/ml HAEMOGLOBIN PERCENTAGE (Automated blood cell count) 14.6 g/dl FERRITIN (Chemiluminiscence) 62.89 mcg/L Could you please explain what does this mean and is there any worry point
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM,
After going through your history,you are having vitamin d deficiency and there are several effects of deficiency in cardio vascular health, bone health,and on immune system.
Benefit of supplementation of vitamin D is confirmed in many scientific studies.
It also depend on your age and other health risk factors.
Your ferritin level reflects total body iron level even though your hemoglobin level is normal hence iron supplementation given.
Please continue to take vitamin D and once level becomes normal you will feel benefits of it.
There are many causes of deficiency may be diet and inadequate sun exposure.
It is claimed to improve bone health,cardio vascular and Neurological health .
It also improves immunity.
In your case nothing to worry about just follow advise of your Physician.
Take care
Good Luck.

Answered: Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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