Influence of Vitamin D Supplementation in the Gestational Period in Patient with Multiple Sclerosis: A Case Report
Eliza Miranda Ramos; Matheus Dullius de Lima; Jéssica Eloy Cunha Gonzalez, Elaine S. de P. Melo; Marcelo Barbosa Neves; Melina R. Fernandes; César Augusto Sobrinho; Francisco José Mendes dos Reis; Alessandra Siqueira dos Santos; Dr. Gilberto Gonçalves Facco and Valter Aragão do Nascimento Ph. D.

Vitamin D is condensed by the complex human body from exposure to sunlight. However it can be absorbed through the consumption of foods such as fish liver oil, high fat fish such as (salmon), mushrooms, egg yolk and liver. The present study aimed to describe a case study of gestation with vitamin D supplementation in a patient with multiple sclerosis. The methodology used in this study was the case report. This study provided reports which may serve as evidence on the effect of vitamin D supplementation alone on the gestational process response.

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