11 weeks pregnant mother

Question: D3 level is 18 only. Will tht impact my baby's growth? What should be the normal range of D3 in 1st trimester?

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Answer: my doctor give me supplement for it, u can check with ur dr.
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    ankita Jhaveri30 days ago

    My doc also give me last week...but just worried nw thts y.

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