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WOMEN’S HEAL TH Check your vitamin D levels

‘Low levels of vitamin D are incredibly common, especially during winter. Around 40-50% of women of reproductive age have low levels, yet it’s essential for women’s health – in bone health, fertility and foetal growth, if you do become pregnant. Deficiency can also be responsible for minor health problems, like fatigue, muscle pain and poor sleep. Get tested.’

Narendra Pisal, Consultant Gynaecologist, london-gynaecology. com

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