My nephew was diagnosed with low vitamin D a few months back. His CPK was 642, and vitamin D was 8 ng/mL. He was advised to take Tayo 60K sachet, once a week for initial 12 weeks, and then one sachet a month for the next six months. Now, his vitamin D level is 18.62 ng/mL, and CPK was 260.66. What can be the cause?
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Thank you for replying. Is it possible that the increased level is due to medicines being given to him for the last nine months?
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