If you do, do you inject subcutaneously or intramuscularly? What would be the dosage?
The same happends if I use transdermal drugs.
Because I have so bad chemical sensitivity that can't tolerate any medicines or supplements. If I put any of them into my mouth, not to talk about my sctomach or bowel, I will have bad bowel inflammation and fever in a week.
Do you have an inflammatory bowel disease to cause your bowel lesions? If not, have you had a CT angiogram or Doppler ultrasound done of your mesentery arteries to check out the bowel blood flow situation?Because I have so bad chemical sensitivity that can't tolerate any medicines or supplements. If I put any of them into my mouth, not to talk about my sctomach or bowel, I will have bad bowel inflammation and fever in a week. The same happends if I use transdermal drugs. My doctor says I will have cancer if I continue using oral medicines or supplements, due to inflammation and lesions in my bowel.
Well in a roundabout way, I guess vitamin D can be protective of the intestinal mucosa when it's helping to correct a gut bacterial imbalance;But as soon as they started to inject vitamin D 2500 micrograms every three months, my symptoms started become milder. I asked to have bigger dosage, so they gave me 2500 micrograms every second month and my bowel healed: no lesions, no vitamin D deficiency, no pain in the bowel and normal Calprotectine and also normal blood tests. So, I don't think I have chrohns disease but my doctor just says my crohns disease is dormant. I haven't had these symptoms for almost six years now unless I eat certain foods, medicines or supplements.
I have to assume that my Endocrinologist knows what she's talking about when she says a lack of body and dietary fat is part of the issue with vitamin D and it being a fat soluble vitamin. I do have a renal problem too but it's with the return blood flow (Nutcracker Syndrome - occluded left renal vein) and the actual kidney function itself is good. Something I need to delve into a bit more now though I think.It sounds weird that one would need fat from diet when one is injected with vitamin D. I mean, one needs fat to abrorb vitamin D from food (to carry it through the bowel) but injections don't have to absorb as vitamin D in them is already in a soluble form, readily be used by the liver. One doesn't need fat every day even when using oral vitamin D. But I quess it is possible.