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  1. Age of Menarche and menopause - latitude affect 2001.pdf
  2. Less risk of pelvic flood disorders when vitamin D greater than 30 ng– April 201r
  3. Endometriosis treated by Vitamin D (50,000 IU bi-weekly) – RCT Jan 2021
  4. Endometriosis treated, and perhaps prevented, by vitamin D
  5. Coronary Artery Disease 2.9 X more likely in postmenopausal women if Vitamin D deficient – March 2020
  6. Metabolic Syndrome 3.5 X more likely if both Vitamin D and Estrogen are low (senior women)– June 2019
  7. Majority of postmenopausal women have less than 30 ng of Vitamin D - Review June 2019
  8. Senior Korean women have much less vitamin D than men (possible reasons) Jan 2014
  9. Senior women need slightly more Vitamin D than senior men (24 ng vs 21 ng) – April 2021
  10. 2400 IU raised both black and white women to 40 ng of vitamin D – RCT 2013
  11. 2X increased chance of anemia (low iron) associated with low vitamin D – Sept 2013
  12. 2X less urinary incontinence in senior women when vitamin D greater than 30 ng– April 2010
  13. 4 cups of coffee increases risk of fracture - meta-analysis 2014
  14. 450,000 IU of vitamin D over 9 weeks given to 100,000 teenage Iranian girls helped their livers – Feb 2019
  15. 500 mg of Magnesium for 8 weeks increased Vitamin D about 30 pcnt – RCT July 2020
  16. ALL of the top 10 health problems of women are associated with low vitamin D
  17. All older women need vitamin D supplementation to get to even 20 ng (results of modeling) – May 2018
  18. American College of Nurse‐Midwives continues to state that 600 IU Vitamin D is enough – March 2019
  19. An Exploratory Study of Postpartum Depression and Vitamin D - May 2010
  20. Autoimmune diseases occur more often in women than men
  21. Autoimmune disorders associated with low vitamin D during pregnancy – Nov 2019
  22. Bacterial vaginosis reduced 10 times by 2,000 IU of vitamin D – RCT June 2015
  23. Being on “the pill” increases low vitamin D levels by about 20 percent – Sept 2013
  24. Blood in urine of postmenopausal women 1.6X more likely if low vitamin D – May 2019
  25. Calcium and vitamin D appear to be among the few ways to prevent ovarian cancer – 2010
  26. CDC vitamin D statistics for women: including blacks and high BMI – March 2012
  27. Cervical lesions (precancerous, identified by pap smear) treated by bi-weekly 50,000 IU of vitamin D – RCT Feb 2017
  28. Chinese women in tropics needed 50,000 IU of Vitamin D monthly to keep above 30 ng – RCT May 2017
  29. Coronary Heart Disease 3 times more likely if endometriosis before age 40 (vitamin D not mentioned) – March 2016
  30. Death of women from cancer 24 percent less likely if 20 ng more vitamin D – meta-analysis Sept 2013
  31. Deficiencies of iron and vitamin D are interrelated in women – March 2013
  32. Depression 13X more likely with polycystic ovary syndrome if low vitamin D – Sept 2015
  33. During basic training white females decreased vitamin D but non-whites increased – Aug 2012
  34. Dysmenorrhea substantially reduced by Ginger, just 1,000 IU Vitamin D also helped – RCT Nov 2019
  35. Early puberty in girls 60 percent more likely if less than 32 ng of vitamin D – Aug 2017
  36. Endometriosis 24 percent less likely if high predicted vitamin D level – Feb 2013
  37. Endometriosis, Endometrial Cancer, and poor Vitamin D or Receptor – Aug 2018
  38. Endometriosis: 2.7 X more likely if with low vitamin D (trend of 9 studies)– meta-analysis May 2020
  39. Estradiol, vitamin D, Omega-3 – RCT Feb 2019
  40. Estrogen contraception pill doubled the response to 1,000 IU of vitamin D – RCT Sept 2017
  41. Excess body hair in women (hirsutism): not much evidence that vitamin D helps – June 2014
  42. Female Athlete health problems may be due to lack of vitamin D and Iron – July 2012
  43. Female mortality predicted better by vitamin D than by C-Reactive Protein – Dec 2013
  44. Fertility problem (PCOS) reduced by vitamin D: many studies
  45. Half of Women Over 50 Desperately Need This Potent Nutrient (Vitamin D) – April 2018
  46. Heart Disease 40 percent more likely in women having poor Vitamin D Binding Protein – Sept 2017
  47. Hormonal contraceptives associated with higher vitamin D levels - 2013, 2018

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