Hypervitaminosis D is a condition that occurs after taking very high doses of vitamin D .
Vitamin D toxicity
An excess of vitamin D causes abnormally high levels of calcium in the blood. This can severely damage the bones, soft tissues, and kidneys over time. It is almost always caused by forms of vitamin D that need a doctor's prescription.
Tests to confirm the diagnosis:
Stop taking vitamin D. Talk to your health care provider. In severe cases, other treatment may be needed.
Recovery is expected.
Call your health care provider if:
To prevent this condition, pay careful attention to the correct vitamin D dose.