Journal of Diabetes Research / 2019 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Vitamin D Supplementation and Cognition in People with Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomized Control Trial

Table 4

Adverse events by treatment allocation.

Low dose ()High dose ()
Number affectedNumber of eventsNumber affectedNumber of events

Cold virus1 (6.7%)14 (27%)4
Short menstrual period1 (6.7%)100
Menstrual cramps001 (6.7%)2
Arm pain1 (6.7%)100
Toothache001 (6.7%)1
Nausea3 (20%)300
Constipation1 (6.7%)100
Cataracts1 (6.7%)100
Hypercalcemia001 (6.7%)1
Hemorrhoids1 (6.7%)100
Poor appetite001 (6.7%)1
Dark stools1 (6.7%)100
Asthma001 (6.7%)1
Sinus infection001 (6.7%)1
Strep throat1 (6.7%)100
Sore throat1 (6.7%)300
Fall1 (6.7%)100
Tiredness1 (6.7%)100
Muscle aches001 (6.7%)1
Goiter001 (6.7%)1
Arthritis1 (6.7%)11 (6.7%)1
Foot pain2 (13%)200
Left-sided weakness001 (6.7%)1
Restlessness001 (6.7%)1
Shoulder pain1 (6.7%)100
Knee cyst1 (6.7%)100
Leg cramps2 (13%)200
Motor vehicle accident1 (6.7%)100
Hypertension002 (13%)2