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I was diagnosed with a vitamin D deficiency July 2019 of this year. I have been taking VD supplements for almost 4 months now. Some symptoms have improved some not so much. I have read through many forums abut VDD and everyone seems to have similar symptoms I had before diagnosis and after during supplementation. However, I cannot seem to find anyone I can relate to in regards to bone changes. To be specific, the bones in my upper back, shoulders, and neck are always crunching, popping, and grinding. Even in my skull where my head meets my neck there is some grinding sometimes but the popping and crunching is EVERYDAY 24/7 its not painful really but it definitely is concerning. Also, it is not your everyday typical popping of joints. I know the difference between normal noises and not so normal noises. My doctor has already told me "it's normal," which I agree with that to a certain degree. All this started this year when I started having major issues with VDD. Can anyone relate to this? I do have upper back pain which I have had for a while and it is VERY SLOWLY decreasing but the popping is really weird to me. Being that VDD is linked to Osteomalacia I can only imagine it was from bone softening but I was not diagnosed with Osteomalacia.
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