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Is Elevated 1,25 (Calcitriol) always a sign of inflammation?

Discussion in 'Optimal Labs' started by Jaime T., Oct 20, 2018.

  1. Jaime T.

    Jaime T. Silver. Lots to learn.

    Typically T1 inflammation is attributed to high Calcitriol but is that always the case? A forum thread from 2014 (referencing a Nova article) states "In sarcoidosis, for example, this dysregulated vitamin D conversion can mean that even a moderate intake of vitamin D through ingestion or solar exposure can cause the 1,25D hormone to become high enough to stimulate osteoclastic action, and bone resorption."
    Is sun exposure a danger for certain folks with high Calcitriol?
     
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Always and never are strong words......but it is always a sign of bad optical signaling in cells = a retinal problem at some level
     
  3. Jaime T.

    Jaime T. Silver. Lots to learn.

    They are strong words, thanks for pointing that out, best to state typically or usually I suppose.
    I need to learn and understand a lot more on this subject..in the meantime it wouldn’t be harmful for someone with high calcitriol to be getting a good amount of sun? I don’t want to drive it higher while searching for the cause. I’ve probably increased my exposure 100 fold.
     

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