D Rise Vitamin

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puja Says:

I have been prescribed vit-d rise (to be taken once every week in the morning)

1) should it be consumed on empty stomach or after breakfast?
2) are there any specific dos and don'ts?
3) are there any side effects? (i am 69 yrs old)

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lourdraj Says:

my Dr prescribed vit-d rise once a week @ bedtime

test report 25-OH vitamin D3

defciency: under 20
insufficency: 20-30
sufficiency: 30-60
toxicity: over 150

With the above test report is it ok to take d rise? kindly advise me.

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Chandrika Says:


My Vitamin D test result shows value of 6.4 so my doc has suggested me to take D Rise vitamin D sachet 15 days once for 5 months (my age is 32). Is there any side effects are there coz of taking this sachet and is there any particular time is there to take this


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David Says:

Assuming that the only ingredient in this medication is Vitamin D3 (as I have not found any specific details on this drug), then yes it is ok to take it with or without food. As such, Vitamin D3 is also regarded as a safe supplement without any serious risks or side effects when taken as prescribed. I personally used to take about 5,000 IU every morning with breakfast and felt like that made all the difference when I wasn't getting enough sunshine during the day. The only "dos and don'ts" in my opinion would be that you take this vitamin as prescribed or as indicated on the packaging label. Any failure to do that and you may not get the results or levels you're looking for on your blood test.

I also don't see any reason why Vitamin D can't be supplemented in the evening hours; especially if one hasn't been outdoors all day. I don't think it would effect one's ability to go to sleep and rest well at night, but if you do find it difficult then just take it in the morning or afternoon hours.

I hope this helps!

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Bhagat Says:

I'm In Coimbatore, India. Where is D Rise available?

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Vijayalakshmi Says:

it is available in all medical shop good ones

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akash Says:

In most medical shops. Costs Rs.30/sachet. why were u prescribed this medicine?

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anu Says:
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D-rise will be taken wuith milk or water.and taken in early mrg or nt

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akash Says:

what difference did the daily dose make compared to before?

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Chantu Says:

Hi All,

D Rise is to be taken ONLY WHEN Prescribed by your doctor. ONLY your doctor can tell you exact dose, my dose is once a week for 4 week and then once a month. Do not take the dose just cause it is Vitamin D supplement. Please consult a doctor before taking this medicine. It is available on most medical stores. also follow what David said above. Also good source of Vitamin D is Fish (Salmon fish) and Meat. You can also start going in early morning sun and get sunlight, Then it is on your body system to convert it to Vitamin D. Good Luck.

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Nu Says:

Is it suitable for vegetarians, the vit D3?

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narayan kr saha Says:

Dr. Sundararajana Ramachandra hospital prescribed my father age 68 Drise capsul and also Drise iu 60000 sachet.How can he intake both medicine.

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Sunny Says:
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I have been prescribed D-rise 60K every sunday morning for 2 months and tab super d3*2000daily for 6 months after dinner.

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Jack Says:
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My doctor told me to take vitamin D on the 1st of September and thereafter for three months. Kindly advise me.

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A M Gangoo Says:

My Dr. has prescribed me "vpo rise D3 60k" to take once every 15 days.

However, it is not available in the market under this name. Instead, a product called "D rise 60k" is available.

Is it the same?

What are its uses & benefits?

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Nagaraj Says:

My doctor suggest me to take drise 60 tablets once in 15 days I am a diabetes patient. Is this tablet is related with diabetes-

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Shivamma Says:
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I'm advised to take d rise (one sachet) but I don't know whether I should take it daily, or once a week? I have severe bone and joint pain. After menopause the pain is worse.

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