Low Vitamin d and Raised Calcium in blood

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i was told that my calcium has been above normal for my last 4 blood tests and now ive been told that im vitmain D defficent. i also seem to suffer almost all of the symptoms of parathyroid disease. anyone else had this ? 

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    Hi I have this as well and was told I have primary hyperparathyroidism. I have to take 1000m of Vitamin D3 everyday to try to even out as I was extremely low on D3
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      hi I take 1000 iu everyday then 50 000iu D3 once a week, I have to do this for three months get another blood test after that and have another visit with my specialist on 16 February, so I can let you know how that goes. They did a sestimibi scan said the parathyroid tumour is too small to remove
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    Hi a few years ago i was diagnosed with vitamin d deficency and slightly raised blood calcium. I was given high dose vitamin d and had to have regular blood tests to see if calcium rose more, which it did not. I stopped taking the vitamin d as i was suffering bad acid and indigestion which i felt the vitamin d made worse. I really do need to try again as i have such awful pains in muscles, joints and bones.
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      There is vitamin D spray which you take under the tongue, that should not give you any indigestion. If you need to supplement with vitamin D you should as it has many functions.  I have used a spray which delivers 3000 iu. 
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