My advice is simple, have a blood test to see what your Vitamin D levels are, and take it from there. I would not be at all surprised if I start to see more clients showing symptoms of a functional deficiency in Vitamin A in the future. Vitamin A is crucial for eye health and gut immune mucosal.
Vitamin D Foods and Other Sources
Study participants who consumed more fruits and vegetables experienced fewer symptoms of acid reflux. Study results also suggested people with GERD, Barrett’s esophagus, or esophageal tumors may have a better quality of life by getting more antioxidant vitamins from foods and supplements. H2 Blockers – work by blocking a substance that encourages acid production.
Multivitamins are a safety net for many nutrients that might otherwise fall through the cracks. Most brands contain 400 IU of vitamin D. Theoretically, you could make up for a shortage of sunshine-generated vitamin D with diet.
- She asked if she could have the print out.
- Vit D.
- I’ve had to go to the ER because I thought I was having a heart attack but was diagnosed with esophageal spasms and prescribed a PPI.
- It is also an immune modulator.
- Medical treatments such as antacids, proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs) or H2-receptor antagonists (H2RAs) – may be recommended by your doctor.
I did an ultra sound to rule out gallbladder but the only other thing I can thing of is because of this vitamin D supplement. It is the only thing that has changed in my diet. My doctor told me to stop taking it and see how I feel in two weeks.
Why is this? Too much? I am waiting for my doctor to order a lab test for me to see how my numbers are with a complete vitamin panel. I felt in the last few days amazing even today. Feel calm.
So I took vitamin d3, and no good response… I took vitamind2, and BOOM…. no more acid reflux….HEY EVERYONE…it might be your parathyroid being overactive and shooting too much hormone, that is highly acidic. Do your homework…lol and try d2. I also showed very low vitamin D levels in a blood test my doctor ordered.
Started taking Vitamin D a year ago at the request of my doctor because my levels were low. high parathyroid hormone and/or calcium levels? Hyperparathyroidism can cause low vitamin D levels.
This condition can cause serious problems, such as kidney failure, abnormal heart rhythms, and coma. This usually happens if you take 40,000 international units (IU) or more of vitamin D per day for several months or longer.