Just happened on your post and I hope you have no more worries about bone pain by now. But just in case, bone pain (osteomalacia) is common with Vit D deficiency. Look at www.vitamindhealth.org and vitamindcouncil.com. This condition is epidemic in the US. Watch a 30 min video by a top Vit D scientist explaining it all at vit d health. There is a lot of info on both websites. Ask your doc to test Vit D because of your bone pain and to tell you the NUMBER. It should be at least 50. The old # was 30. That is bare minimum, not optimal. Mine was 16. Without adequate Vit D, you cannot absorb any calcium and will be hypocalcemic -- see symptoms online. Good luck.
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