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Old 12-22-11, 01:44 PM
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Re: Vitamin D deficiency is often misdiagnosed as FMS or CFS

I began taking Vitamin D3 about a year ago because I heard it helps with
SAD (seasonal affective disorder). It didn't help me with those symptoms
at all, but then I read that it can help prevent bone breakage so I
continued to take it. I've had several broken bones in the last 15 years.

When I also read that it can help with Fibromyalgia I realized I hadn't
needed to take a post-lunch nap anywhere near as often as before I
started taking the supplement. It's part of my regular morning routine
now, to take Vitamin D3 along with Omega 3 fish oil, Magnesium and a B-
complex that includes B12.
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