A year or 2 ago i began hearing women saying “Vitamin D and Vitamin D”… i thought what is wrong with women… kil yom habeen lohom habba… Vitamin D get in the sun o khalasna… especially inah No9 il q8yat imsaween tan… so why care about Vitamin D Deficiency? Read about the deficiency here…
and then when my friends began stressing about it… i thought maybe i should check it out as well? I was in a hospital for some blood works and i asked the Doctor if i should get my Vitamin D level checked… and he told me inah it’s not necessiry o all i need to do is sit in the sun 15 minutes a day o that’s it.
Now my baby sister loves the sun o tans all the time. So is one of my friends. Both turned out to have Vitamin D Deficiency! I thought to my self why don’t i try and check my level? I tested it and another friend of mine did… mine came out to be 12, hers 10… the lowest range should be 50!
Why is it important?
A range of illness can stem from vitamin D Deficiency… depression, schizophrenia, cancer, hashashat il 3etham, and a range of other illnesses linked in some way or another to this Deficiency! No wonder 3/4 el q8yeen depressed and complaining all the time! Almost every women who checked it out turned to have Vitamin D deficiency!
Treatment? Pills don’t work, sun exposure daily helps somehow… but the most effective way is by having a course of Vitamin D Injections. They say it’s very painful… i am willing to endure 5 minutes of pain maykhalif…
But it’s not Available in Q8!
No really… people are going around and around looking for them in private hospitals and pharmacies… they bring them very cheap from Egypt and sell them in Kuwait. Now adays i checked and they say they have some in some residential clinics (mostaw9ef) or in Alrazi but for razi you need was6a to give it to you.
If you know, or if you had vitamin D deficiency… would you please share your experience? Where did you go for treatment? and where should we start next?