Poisoning by vitamin D often referred to as Hypervitaminosis D is due to an excess ingestion of vitamin D. Symptoms of vitamin D poisoning include but are not limited to: fatigue, loss of appetite, weight loss, strange changes of consciousness, and dizziness. Long-term effects and complications consist of: kidney damage due to high calcium levels in the blood, kidney stones and kidney failure. The best way to prevent vitamin D poisoning is to take the recommended daily allowance of vitamin D. Treatment consists of simply stop taking excess amounts of vitamin D
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