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Low Vitamin D levels. Please help...

Hello everyone. I recently got blood and urine test done from an endocrinologist. It was the test for the 24 hour pee thing. I got my test results back; everything was fine except I seem to be low on Vitamin D.

There is something else that I would like to add... For the past 2 years of my life I have been suffering from anhendonia... I am just wondering if Vitamin D deficiency can cause that.

Here is all my symptoms I am getting:

Muscle spasms
Anxiety
Anhendonia
Loss of Sex Drive
Loss of positive emotions

These were what the results were:

QEUSTASSURED 25-OH VIT. D
VITAMIN D, 25-OH, TOTAL                                                                 22                    L                  30-100 ng/mL
VITAMIN D, 25-OH, D3                               22
VITAMIN D, 25-OH, D2                               <4

                   25-OHD3 indicates both endogenous production and supplementation. 25-OHD2 is an indicator of exiguous   sources such as diet or supplementation. Therapy is based on measurement of Total 25-OHD, with levels  or 30 ng/mL
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I would also like to add that I am a 19 year old male. and that another symptom I have been getting is hair loss.
568322 tn?1370169040
Low vitamin D can cause hair loss.  It is also associated with depression and you seem to have symptoms of depression.

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1756321 tn?1547098925
Nutritional Healing - Dopamine Deficiency...

"Dopamine deficiency signs/symptoms:

Reduced ability to feel pleasure
Flat, bored, apathetic and low enthusiasm
Depressed
Low drive and motivation
Difficulty getting through a task even when interesting
Procrastinator/little urgency
Difficulty paying attention and concentrating
Slowed thinking and/or slow to learn new ideas
Crave uppers (e.g. caffeine/nicotine/diet soft drinks)
Use these to improve energy/motivation/mood
Prone to addictions (e.g. alcohol)/addictive personality
Shy/introvert
Low libido or impotence
Mentally fatigued easily and physically fatigued easily
Sleep too much and trouble getting out of bed
Put on weight easily
Family history of alcoholism/ADD/ADHD

Dopamine levels may be low due to a combination of genetic and acquired reasons. Dopamine can be raised effectively using either nutrient based therapies or medications. Dopamine is synthesized form the amino acid tyrosine.

Factors which reduce dopamine levels:

Chronic stress
Inadequate sleep
Hypothyroidism
Lead, arsenic and cadmium exposure
Under-methylation
Tyrosine (precursor) deficiency
Magnesium, iron, zinc & vitamins B3/B6/C/D deficiency
Excess copper levels
Genetic dopamine receptor abnormalities
Chronic opioid, alcohol & marijuana use
Adrenal insufficiency
Glutathione deficiency
Parkinson's Disease
Influenza
Estrogen deficiency
Human growth hormone deficiency"
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