Vitamin d yellow urine

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Avatar_m_tn Typically overnight urine is yellow. I believe it is because excessive vitamin B2 (?). Recently I notice that the urine is light yellow, leading me to believe that the more intake vitamin B is being used by my body. Does anybody know why my body would utilize more vitamin B? There is research which conclude hbv will lower vitamin B level. I am curious whether the change is related to hbv.
Avatar_m_tn I am on Vitamin B12 as well as Vitamin D supplements after being diagnosed with low levels of the two. However, I frequently tend to forget my Vitamin B12 medication. Recently a couple of colleagues of mine noted my skin yellowing. At the same time, I myself, and many others do not notice any such coloring, yet, I am afraid I have some condition that causes jaundice.
Avatar_n_tn I'm not having any negative reactions so far. I just get the bright yellow urine, but that's from taking the vitamin and is normal. You may want to work with a naturopath to figure out which vitamins and other supplements will work best for you individually.
1042487_tn?1275283499 The liquid formula will give you a faster absorption and extra vitamins will be flushed more easily in your urine ( expect to see a bright, almost glowing, yellow urine ). But if you were taking correct amount of vitamins B and taking a good brand i don't think i could really help with the side effects. You might be a bit hypersensitive. Usually, sublingual ( liquid ) vitamins B complex are more potent and usually don't offer low doses.
Avatar_f_tn vitamin C (60 mg); vitamin D (5.0 µg); vitamin E (9.0 mg); thiamine (1.2 mg); riboflavin (1.4 mg); vitamin B-6 (1.8 mg); vitamin B-12 (3.0 µg); and folic acid (400 µg). Here is what they found. In an average of 10 years of follow-up, 932 cases of heart attacks occurred in the women with no history of heart disease and 269 cases in the other. In the first group, use of multivitamins was directly linked with a 27% reduced risk of a heart attack.
Avatar_f_tn The Mayo Clinic website says this: "Urine is made up of excess water and waste products that have been filtered from your blood by your kidneys. Its yellow color comes from urochrome, a pigment that results from the breakdown of hemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying protein in red blood cells. "Discolored urine is often caused by medications, certain foods or food dyes. For instance, the dyes used in some sugary cereals can show up in kids' urine.
Avatar_m_tn First, you need to drink more water, the dark urine tells me you are not hydrating yourself enough, and if you want to feel good, you must drink at least 8, 8 ounces of water a day. Your cholesterol is fine, I would not worry about that number. As to the other symptoms, it appears to me that you are coming down with a good case of the flu, I would get into bed, drink the water, and start taking extra Vitamin C, Vitamin A and vitamin D.
Avatar_f_tn I have been feeling tired since 2 or 3 weeks . Did complete test right from urine test to hiv. All came clear. My vitamin d count is 15 from 30 of minimum. B12 count is also 159 from 210. I donno why do I have weakness or pain . I also got loose motions once I started b12 capsules everyday and vitamin d capsule once a week . I had also got rashes a week after I had oral sex with a friend which are now Ok . Her hiv report has also come negative.
Avatar_m_tn I am on Vitamin B12 as well as Vitamin D supplements after being diagnosed with low levels of the two. However, I frequently tend to forget my Vitamin B12 medication. Recently a couple of colleagues of mine noted my skin yellowing. At the same time, I myself, and many others do not notice any such coloring, yet, I am afraid I have some condition that causes jaundice.
1002601_tn?1264527089 Just a couple other notes that I couldn't fit up top: - I've been a vegetarian for almost 10 years, but do occasionally consume fish. The only reassuring information I've read is from the NKF where they say that vegetarians tend to have a lower GFR. This doesn't really make sense to me, considering we also tend to have lower serum Creatinine, but again I'm not a MD or nurse and able to fully understand this. - This residue in my urine did not appear until I started on Klonopin (0.
Avatar_n_tn but the majority of times blood came out in the sperm, or only after ejaculation during urination, or both in the sperm and the urine. once i woke up without having had sex that week and urinated blood. i tested my blood, sperm, and urine and the only abnormality was a high psa level. my dr said it is very rare and is that high in 40/50 year old. i did a biopsy for prostate cancer and my dr said that everything was ok. after the biopsy, i waqs back to normal.
Avatar_n_tn Simple question here, has anyone ever had a negative blood test and negative urine test and went on with their daily routine and a month or so later found out you were in fact pregnant while having ultrasound done. If this has happened to anyone or perhaps someone you know, please respond, I'd appreciate the information. Thanks.
Avatar_n_tn I was deficient in vitamin D and I think iron. It took 18 months for my guts to heal to a point where everything is finally working right and my body is actually sending some unused vitamins to my urine. When it happens, your urine gets brighter yellow pretty dramatically. Until now, I really felt best when I took iron supplements or ate beef, and I was taking iron now and then. I have been taking 2000 IU of vitamin D for years.
Avatar_f_tn Squeezing pain in left chest after masturbation and severe fatigue after that. Colour of semen is now yellow. Done all body blood test, reports were normal. Only vit d was 20. Feeling depressed. Pls help asap.
224927_tn?1189759426 Vitamin B6 - loss of feeling in the arms or legs called peripheral neuropathy, rapid breathing, burning pain, loss of muscle coordination, paralysis. Vitamin B2 - turns the urine yellow-orange. Vitamin B1 - rapid heartbeat, low blood pressure, irregular heart beat, headache, convulsions Vitamin B3 - Signs include skin flushing, itching, wheezing, headache, diarrohea, and vomiting. Vitamin B 9 - central nervous system damage.
Avatar_m_tn For over 2 months I've had yellow stools with lots of undigested food, they are bulky and loose and I probably have 8 or 9 of them a day. My urine is oily and very very yellow. I've also lost my appetite, and have lost 6 pounds, which is 5% of my starting body weight. I get very full after eating a small amount, and often feel nauseous. I cannot tolerate alcohol at all, and I feel worse if I eat salads than I do if I eat something fatty, which seems really odd to me.
1211949_tn?1271719770 They are not as defined and as colorful as they were when I had chlamydia. I am taking multivitamins, fish oils, and vitamin D that sometimes make my pee really yellow. Now I am wondering what is going on? Is this just the urine dripping on my boxers? or is it some other type of infection? The urologist checked my urine for blood, sugar levels and other infections and he said it was fine. The urologist thinks I am fine, I am just wondering whats going on? Is it just pee? should I be worried?
Avatar_m_tn Hello I have added my details below, can tell me if this is primary hyperparathyroid Age - 23, male Computer programmer - 8-10 hrs/day, don't go out in the sun Past history Following a low carb vegan diet 2-3 years (no dairy sources in the diet) irritable bowel syndrome Seizure around age 9-10 Symptoms obvious - muscle weakness, osteopenia subtle/occasional - memory problems, general weakness, anxiety, problems passing urine(no urine problems currently) 1st blood test (from Lab company A) C
599170_tn?1300977493 I take sublingual B12, B complex, Omega fish oil (though I am otherwise vegetarian, I make an exception to take the fish oil), alpha-lipoic acid, and vitamin D. My bloodwork showed that my D was very low. It's hard for me to dissect and say which improvements are from supplements and which are from antibiotics, but I did start to feel less fatigue when I added the D supplement.
Avatar_f_tn Most of us have to have vitamin B-12 near the top or over range (the range my lab uses is 200-1100 and I keep my level right at the top) in order to alleviate symptoms. Your vitamin D is also way too low. Vitamin D levels should be at least 50 and preferably 60-80. Vitamin D is necessary for the metabolism of thyroid hormones.
Avatar_n_tn Hi , i worked in nutrition for many years and i have never heard of vitamins interfering with a test. multivitamins ..would make your urine bright yellow, as its supposed too , cause thats showing its extracting from your body the way it was designed too,and almost all multis have b complex and D-3 or D2 in it. Docs also reccomend woman to take prenatals before they TTC so its obvious you will be on them at the time you pee on a stick...
Avatar_n_tn normally on my right side only. When I urinate, even after hydrating like crazy, my urine is very yellow and very strong smelling. I have had muscle fatigue and my muscles have been twitching throughout the day esp in calves. I seem to be sore all the time and generally tired. my musles in my back and shoulders are always sore..like i worked them out until i couldn't take it anymore!!.....sleep does not help!! I wake up feeling as if I haven't slept in days!
Avatar_n_tn When I was first diagnosed with hypothyroidism, I took levothyroxine. My first endo told me to take Vitamin D. When the Vitamin D lowered my FT4 and FT3 levels, the endo switched me to Synthroid, hoping the switch would raise my FT4 and FT3 levels. But the switch did not work. My FT4 and FT3 levels went up again only after I stopped taking Vitamin D. But I continued to take Synthroid. Perhaps switching back to levothyroxine will make me feel better?
Avatar_f_tn And, too, many are like me and can't spend very much time in the sun in the summer to get the best form of free vitamin D. So, keep an eye on how you respond to vitamin D supplements. If you're able to take the recommended amount, then it should help. If you're not able to, then you can try titering the doses up in tiny increments or even alternating which days you take it. Something that is listening to your body.
Avatar_m_tn Is having bilirubin and blood and pus in urine with yellow stools serious and swelling in left calf and ankle? I have also previously been diagnosed with vitamin d and b12 deficiencys. My doctor has run a bunch of test and has told me not to worry, I asked her about the bilirubin in urine and if that is normal, and she said she has seen it on occasions. So, I did my own research, and everything I see means this is not good or normal at all. Could this be my liver?
535822_tn?1443980380 I found that the Swanson vitamin site is reputable. They're the company I've been getting my vitamin D from. It's been keeping my vitamin D levels where they're supposed to be. I like them far better than Vitacost, too, as their return policy is a lot easier to deal with. They seem to be on top of their game when it comes to quality control, too.
215461_tn?1331866365 My endo told me today that this is secondary hyperparathyroidism due to a vitamin D deficiency. He put me on some high doses of vitamin D. Now this is fine except that I was reading on Dr. Norman's site and he claims that if your endos tell you your calcium is high because of a vitamin D deficiency it is a lie. He said taking the vitamin D will raise the calcium and can be harmful. I guess the main concern is that with my calcium being borderline high, my pth should be near zero.
4939681_tn?1361302899 Yes I am on the low end of vitamin D, however, there have been many studies where vit D supplementation can make symptoms of Hashi and Grave's worse. I started taking it this week to see if it would make a difference and my muscle spasms and lower back pain have gotten worse. It could just be a coincidence though.
Avatar_m_tn Hello sir, currently I am 25 years male.....3 years back my doctor confirmed that I have Gilbert's Syndrome & at that time my bilirubin levels are Total: 2.71 mg/dl, Direct : 0.71 mg/d, indirect: 2 mg/dl. Recently I have observed my eyes & urine are yellow, but appetite is somewhat fine, so went to lab & found the following: TSH: 2.04 uIU/mL Vitamin B12: 152.1 pg/ml G6PD: 10.1 U/gHb Serum folic Acid: 4.12 ng/mL Reticulocyte count: 1.1% Total Bilirubin: 3.
Avatar_f_tn My arms get real weak-- It is hard because the pain will shoot in my arms and legs feels as though not joints either veins or nerves or something My bloodwork with the high inflammation, and the low mpv platelet count and the high IGA Asca (sacr yeast) not sure what other disease besides chrohn's this would represent? besides the low vitamin d and low calcium..