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ULs for Pregnancy and Lactation

Pregnant or Lactating 14 Through 18 Years of Age

Pregnant or Lactating 19 Through 30 Years of Age

Pregnant or Lactating 31 Through 50 Years of Age

 

UL 4,000 IU (100 μg)/day Vitamin D

The available data do not indicate a basis for deriving a UL for pregnant and lactating women or adolescents that is different from those for their non-pregnant and non-lactating counterparts.

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Ames, S. K., B. M. Gorham and S. A. Abrams. 1999. Effects of high compared with low calcium intake on calcium absorption and incorporation of iron by red blood cells in small children. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 70(1): 44-8.

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Bajwa, G. S., L. M. Morrison and B. H. Ershoff. 1971. Induction of aortic and coronary atheroarteriosclerosis in rats fed a hypervitaminosis D, cholesterol-containing diet. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 138(3): 975-82.

Barger-Lux, M. J. and R. P. Heaney. 2002. Effects of above average summer sun exposure on serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D and calcium absorption. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 87(11): 4952-6.

Baron, J. A., M. Beach, K. Wallace, M. V. Grau, R. S. Sandler, J. S. Mandel, D. Heber and E. R. Greenberg. 2005. Risk of prostate cancer in a randomized clinical trial of calcium supplementation. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention 14(3): 586-9.

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