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    Vitamin D2


    What conditions does Vitamin D2 treat?

    Rickets, low amount of calcium in the blood, Rickets that is Dependent on Vitamin D Levels in the Body, Bone Changes Due to X-Linked Hypophosphatemia, condition caused by low levels of parathyroid hormone, Softening of Bones, Osteoporosis caused by Glucocorticoid Drugs, Vitamin D Deficiency, Osteoporosis, Prevention of Vitamin D Deficiency

    Vitamin D2 may also be used to treat:

    Softening of Bones from Seizure Medications, Generalized Changes in Bone associated with Renal Failure, Vitamin D Deficiency (High Dose Therapy)

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