The body only needs a less amount of vitamins and minerals every day, which is usually fulfilled by a balanced diet. But if your body does not get enough vitamins from the food, you can take multivitamin preparations as dietary supplements. Vitamin supplements are available in tablets, capsules, powder, and injectable form.
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Query: Hello doctor, My Vitamin D is very low. Should be between 30 to 100 but it is 5+. What is your recommendation to get it to normal? Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I just read your query. Your Vitamin D level is very low and you should definitely start supplements under supervision. Along with oral supplements, you require supplements through injection too. Also take diet which improves Vitamin D level like fortified dairy prod... Read Full »
Query: Hello doctor,My skin tends to break out often and it often breaks out on my chin, jawline and lip area. I have tried several things to get rid of my acne and over all the rest of my skin does not look too bad, just breaking out in those specific areas I have mentioned. I eat pretty healthy, drink lo... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I appreciate you seeking help. The root cause of acne usually lies with dietary and lifestyle irregularities including excessive physical or mental stress. I would advise the following for relief: Clarina cream (Himalaya herbals) to be topically applied, twice daily... Read Full »