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Low vitamin D (25-OH) value, what can I do?

Question from Peter: So my result 25-OH-Vitamin D seems to be a low value namely 31.
Is this very low or just low?
And could this indicate poor absorption of this vitamin?
What could be a next step now?

Answer: Below the minimum value 75 nmol/l then it is wise to start taking a supplement.
If the value is below 40 nmol/l then it is advisable to ask the doctor for Cholecalciferol, this is a liquid form D3 in high doses and is reimbursed by the health insurance company.
It is important to keep measuring the D3 value regularly, so that you do not get too high a level.

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