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    Michael Quadri

    People with sickle cell typically have lower levels of vitamin D, and this may contribute to the condition worsening.

    It is often recommended for people with sickle cell to have a good amount of vitamin D in their diet, and there are benefits of doing so such as a reduced risk of chronic pain, osteoporosis, bone fractures, and muscle weakness.

    Do you take Vitamin D supplements?

    Kassem Banawer

    nop, I’m not, I thing its normal with me.

    Cynthia James

    I just got my Vit D levels tested as I want to see where I am so that I’ll know how much I need to take to get to an optimum level. There are lots of studies showing a correlation between low Vit D levels and how well people do with Covid..

    Ethan Clement

    After having taken vitamin d for a year and a half at the time covid started I am convinced that vitamin D is beneficial.  I typically get a cold every 3 months and since starting taking the supplement I have not had a single cold.  I do not have an underlying condition, however my son does have sickle cell disease.  He’s taking plenty of other medications; taking vitamin D would be the giddy limit at this point in his life, as benefitial as it may be to do so.



    Rochelle Richard


    Taking vitamin D 3 is truly a very good thing for sickle cell patients.

    Tito Oye

    Thanks for your contributions guys. I recently started taking vitamin D, I’m hoping to notice an improvement sooner rather than later *fingers crossed*.

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