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How to reduce preeclampsia - May 2011

Take vitamin D - probably at least 4,000 IU daily = 28,000 IU weekly = 96,000 IU monthly = about single 50,000 IU capsule every 2 weeks.

Dose
  IU
Cumulative Benefit Blood level and notes Co-factors
(see list)
Calcium $*/year
400 + less infant rickets
+ 3X less adolescent Schizophrenia
+ fewer child seizures
<30 ng/ml Not needed No effect $3
2000 + More likely to get pregnant naturally or via IVF
+ fewer dental problems with pregnancy
+ 8X less diabetes
+ 4X fewer C-sections (>37 ng)
+ 4X less preeclampsia (40 ng vs 10 ng)
+ 5X less child asthma
42 ng/ml Desirable < 750 mg $12
4000 + 2X fewer pregnancy complications
+ 2X fewer per-term births
49 ng/ml
Test Vitamin D
Must have < 750 mg $175
6000 + probable larger benefits for items listed above
+ Enough D for breastfed infant
+ Perhaps prevent 2nd autistic child
Test Vitamin D
clinical trials underway
Must have < 750 mg $200

Alternately, L-arginine plus antioxidant vitamins got an absolute risk reduction of preeclampsia in Mexico of 0.17 (17 % ?)

  • CLICK HERE for details of Random Controlled Trial May 2011
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