Man Hospitalized After Overdosing on Vitamin D, Loses 28 Pounds In 3 Months

High calcium levels too

A dangerously high level of calcium in the body can also be caused by overdosing on vitamin D. This can lead to neurological implications like drowsiness and psychosis, and coma. The case-reports authors said the body needs about two months to get rid of half of the vitamin D it absorbed, so symptoms can last for weeks.

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High calcium levels too

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He was in the hospital for eight dayss

During his eight days in the hospital, the man was given fluids through a drip and was given bisphosphonates. The medication administered to him was meant to stop bones from breaking down and helped bring down his calcium levels.

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He was in the hospital for eight days

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