Whether Low Vitamin D Can Cause Increase In Blood Glucose

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Baba Says:

Recently my 15 yr old son, who was continuously reducing weight got checked, he was having high blood glucose. His all other reports were normal.
Fasting 250-300
PP 250-400
Microalbumin 6.79
GAD65 2.49
C-Peptide 0.83

He has very low Vitamin-D (less than 25).

My wory is whether low Vitamin D can cause increase in Blood Glucose lebel. Or some thing els is there.

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Verwon Says:

Hi, Baba! Sorry about the problems that your son is having.

What did the doctor say caused those glucose levels?

There have been some tests that have linked a deficiency in vitamin D to elevated glucose levels in teenagers, so it could have played a role.

However, I'm not a doctor and haven't seen all the reports, so I can't tell you with any certainty. Only his doctor can do that.

Did the doctor suggest any treatment options?

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