For this symptom checked not calcium deficiency, trace elements are also fine.What do I need to do to correct it now?(The doctor prescribed vitamin D) I would like to ask you, doctor, does my child need to have this corrected?And what are the methods of correction?How much does it work?
From the picture, the child does have x-legged, this condition is generally due to vitamin D deficiency resulting in increased calcium deposits in the bones leading to bone deformities.
The child often has normal trace elements, but further tests for 25(OH)2D2 and d3 are needed to clarify whether vitamin D deficiency, which requires high-dose treatment.High dose vitamin D treatment can improve the balance of bone calcium and blood calcium, reduce bone mineralization, and can improve the deformity.However, complete correction requires the use of a brace to fix the bones so that skeletal development progresses toward normal conditions.The specific treatment needs to go to a specialized orthopedic rehabilitation orthopedic department
If the doctor prescribes you vitamin D, it is to promote the absorption of calcium, so you also need to give the child to eat Di Qiao calcium granules, and then add a variety of nutritious food to the child, because the child in the process of growth and development if the lack of it will be more and more serious.
Open the picture and look at it, it is indeed a bit serious.Vitamin D must be eaten.If family conditions permit, you can go to a rehabilitation hospital to do rehabilitation training, will be given a set of rehabilitation mold, but also have to let the child adhere to use.This correction time is relatively long