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  1. vitamin D for chronic pain - 2008.pdf
  2. Vit D (4 to 21 ng/ml) and chronic pain in ethnic minorities
  3. Chart of Vit D and chronic pain in minorities
  4. Back pain reduced for 95 percent of those who took vitamin D - 2003
  5. vitamin D associated with pain for those with dark skins - July 2010
  6. No correlation found between Vitamin D and Fibromyalgia - 2009
  7. 100 Million Americans Have Chronic Pain – IoM June 2011
  8. 100,000 IU of vitamin D monthly decreases use of NASIDs by 13 percent if low vitamin D – RCT May 2018
  9. 150,000 IU vitamin D reduced pain in immigrants – RCT Dec 2012
  10. 20,000 IU weekly did not get 43 percent of Scottish Cancer patients to a level of 30 ng of vitamin D – April 2014
  11. 2000 IU of vitamin D reduced fatigue of advanced cancer – RCT May 2012
  12. 400,000 IU of vitamin D reduced adult pain and improved quality of life – March 2014
  13. 7 improvements in lives of veterans with chronic pain with 50,000 IU vitamin D weekly – June 2012
  14. 7100 IU vitamin D (50,000 weekly) significantly reduced fibromyalgia – 2009
  15. 8 Signs of Low Vitamin D - sweating, bones ache, muscle pain, poor immune, fatigue, slow healing etc. – YouTube Dec 2018
  16. Acute Rehab. patients 2.3X more likely to have musculoskeletal pain if low vitamin D – Oct 2014
  17. Addictive pain relievers Oxycodone and Percocet (not needed as much if have enough vitamin D?) – July 2014
  18. After back surgery failure, vitamin D greatly reduced the pain of every person
  19. Angina dramatically reduced by injections of vitamin D twice a month (300,000 IU) – Jan 2015
  20. Australians tested for Vitamin D – 40 percent deficient and 60 percent taking vitamin D – Nov 2017
  21. Back and leg pain lasts a year longer if low vitamin D – April 2017
  22. Back pain cured with vitamin D – Book May 2014
  23. Back pain gone and grew 3 inches with vitamin D - Dec 2010
  24. Bath with Magnesium Chloride probably better than Epsom Salts
  25. Blacks had lower vitamin D and more quantifiable pain than whites with knee osteoarthritis – Nov 2012
  26. Breast Cancer medicine pain reduced with 4300 IU vitamin D – RCT June 2012
  27. Calcitriol, not inactive vitamin D, associated with pain in seniors – Aug 2014
  28. Carpal tunnel syndrome and low vitamin D
  29. Chronic Fatigue and Vitamin D insight – Jan 2014
  30. Chronic pain 40 percent less intense associated with 10 nanogram more vitamin D – April 2014
  31. Chronic Pain not proven to be helped by Vitamin D – June 2010
  32. Chronic Pain reported 38 percent less often if supplemented with Vitamin D – meta-analysis Sept 2016
  33. Chronic Widespread Pain - 2 times more likely to be developed if low vitamin D – Jan 2016
  34. Chronic Widespread Pain associated with Vitamin D under 10 ng – meta-analysis Oct 2015
  35. Chronic widespread pain reduced a bit by vitamin D ignored dose sizes - meta-analysis Aug 2017
  36. Daily headaches and musculoskeletal pain may be due to low vitamin D – Oct 2013
  37. Dark skinned in Norway: 1000 IU vitamin D not enough to reduce pain – RCT Sept 2014
  38. Discover the Pain of Vitamin D Deficiency
  39. Does vitamin D treat pain – still not absolutely, positively sure – meta-analysis April 2015
  40. Dysmenorrhea substantially reduced by Ginger, just 1,000 IU Vitamin D also helped – RCT Nov 2019

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