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Frontiers of Electronic Commerce (free download as PDF file). EBookNetworking.net : Allows you online search for PDF Books - ebooks for Free downloads In one place.When I was pregnant with my son I was very concerned about my vitamin D levels and since I was taking prenatal vitamins I did not need to worry about this. My son's levels were always in the normal range. Now, at 5 years old he is getting a bit of a 'pale' look to his skin. His skin color is fine. He is always out in the sun on a daily basis and does not tan. He has rickets and he is 8. Is he at risk for vitamin D deficiency. He gets sun on the upper part of his body but not on his face. He eats a normal diet. I'm not a doctor and I can't really advise you, but it is normal for your son's vitamin D levels to stay in the normal range through childhood. Rickets is unusual, though, and can indicate a deficiency. Some people believe that it can be prevented, and some parents do supplement with vitamin D during childhood to try to avoid it, but I don't think it really is a problem yet for most kids. Hi there, As the doctors and I look at your post, I'm not sure why rickets was mentioned. I'm assuming that was the cause of your concerns and the problems your son is experiencing. If you would like to know more about that I would suggest a look at our rickets link. You may want to make sure you have your son checked by a doctor though. Also, you mention that your son is 8. Do you mean 8 1/2 or just 8? Best of luck to you, hope it all works out for you! Hi there, I think if your child is having any bone related problem, it's worth checking his vitamin D levels. You can check here: Children can have very low levels of vitamin D during winter and particularly if they have low sun exposure. I'd guess that your son would need around 15-20 minutes of full sun exposure daily to maintain levels of around 80nmol/L. That's not really too much. Your son could also be lactose intolerant. He could also have another problem of which I'm not aware, but vitamin D deficiency is not unheard of in children. Children can eat cheese without problems ac619d1d87


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