I have been reading these posts, as I have just been informed that I have "very low" vitamin D levels. I also begin having problems with eczema a few months ago!! Huummm.. More that a coincidence?
I just started taking 2000 units of D3. I expect to see an improvement.
A study led by researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine suggests that use of oral Vitamin D supplements bolsters production of a protective chemical normally found in the skin, ...
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#22 Jul 15, 2013
My doctor just put me on 5000 Iu per day, she says my eczema will get much better because of it, I am 38 yrs old. U may need to up your dosage, I hope u/me both get better!!!
#23 Aug 28, 2013
I'm going to try this I also have problems with eczema and getting desperate to find a way to clear it all up hoping this works... anyone have pics of proof of this working?
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