Signs of vitamin D deficiency.

What happens if your body doesn’t get enough vitamin D?

Vitamin D status has not been a consistent concern during pregnancy, long-term data are not available. The few

studies that have been conducted have focused more on the neonatal effects of vitamin D during pregnancy, rather

then the long latency and later potential health effects of the fetus and mother.

  • If there is maternal vitamin D deficiency, the fetus may rarely develop neonatal seizures due to the result of hypocalcemia or rickets in utero that is manifested at birth.
  • Cancer.
  • Osteoporosis: it is a disease associated with low bone mass.
  • cardiovascular diseases: According to the epidemiological Low circulating vitamin D levels have been linked with long.
  • latency diseases. Evidence from laboratory studies shows that vitamin D work as a pre-prohormone which result as an essential metabolite in maintaining the immune system, with profound implications:
  • There are many epidemiological studies report that higher circulating vitamin D levels have been linked with improved glucose handling and β-cell function.
  • Effect on neonatal & infant immune function: studies proved that function of vitamin D is beyond anthropomorphic growth parameters and bone to the realm of immune function. In a recent prospective study of neonates, it has been observed that there is an increased risk of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) bronchiolitis in those neonates with deficiency of Vitamin D.
  • multiple sclerosis.
  • rheumatoid arthritis,
  • systemic lupus erythematosus
  • Type 1 and 2 diabetes.

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Should you take supplements of vitamin D?

If you are deficient according to your medical reports then it’s a BIG YES. Supplementation with the current

the standard amount of vitamin D in prenatal vitamins is 400 IU vitamin D/day which results in during pregnancy

has a minimal effect on circulating 25(OH)D ( active form of vitamin D3) concentrations in the mother and her

infant at term.

If the source of vitamin D cannot be judicious sunlight exposure, then the only alternative left for the pregnant