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Severe pain in sitting and lying down. Low vitamin-D and MRI shows cracked hip. Suggestion?

Hello I was told its wery unusual I haw pain when I get up from sitting or laying down i had it for 2 years doctors couldnt figure it out . I had problem with vitamin d it was low when they searched for reason it went to right amount with meds but continued to go down after i stoped taking it. Now I take vitamin d once every two weeks? Finaly i did MRI it came out bouth my hips are cracked. The docotor who examined my MRI never sean it before and was suprised since i dont do extreme sports like jumping out of planes etc any ideas ty
Asked On : Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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Pathologist and Microbiologist 's  Response
Hello and welcome to HCM,

Low levels of vitamin D are associated with low calcium and phosphorus levels.
Calcium and phosphorus are minerals responsible for maintaining strength of the bones.
Deficiency of these minerals weaken the bones and can cause spontaneous fractures or fractures due to minor trauma.
Vitamin D replacement is required to maintain the calcium and phosphorus levels in the body to maintain bone strength.
However, the cause for low vitamin levels needs to be figured out.
Vitamin D needs to be converted into its active form by liver and kidney.
Any abnormality / disease of liver or kidney will lead to vitamin D deficiency even if the intake is normal.
Consult your physician for clinical examination and relevant investigations.
The liver function tests and renal function tests also need to be done to see the status of these two organs.

Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
Answered: Fri, 19 Jul 2013
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