Does anyone have chest pains when they take more vit d. I can't seem to take alot of vitamin d without side effects. I did take the 50,000 from the dr the 1st week and the second week i took d3 around 5,0000 a day or 3,0000 i would change it up. It was ok for about a week then i crashed and felt horrible. felt so sick couldn't hardly eat. did not know about taking another vitamins with d3. I know take a multivitamin, calcium 500 w D, and 500 magnisium. which is about 1,400 d3 a day which i know should be more I did add another 1,000 d3 for a couple of days and then the chest pains started again. Feels like i might have a heart attack. should i take potassium mabey I don't know. My Vit d level was at 25 when started so i wasnt real low. most of my symptoms have gotten better. Just the headaches and ringing in ears and fatigue. Cant really do much without feeling like i might puke or passout.
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