Usually this urine color and odor happens within a couple of hours of taking your vitamins. I doubt it happens every time you go. Very dark urine indicates you're dehydrated. You should probasbly take a daily dry D3 too , a minimum of 5K IU, probably more. Standard D2 is not absorbed well. Unless the bottle specifically say D3, and only says vitamin D, it's almost a 100
% guarantee it's D2, not absorbed nearly as well as D3. D3 is also available in the less expensive formn of a softgel--you don't want that one cause the D3 is suspended in oil. You need a dry d3 capsule or pills. Unless you're taking D3, your labs will most likely indicate very low d levels or show that you are below normal. Good D levels are needed to help you absorb your caclium citrate properly. DAVE
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