Sun D3®

Vitamin D3 

4000 IU


Sun D3®
  • Packaging and dosage form
  • Composition
  • Indications
  • How to use
  • Clinical effects
  • Side effects
  • Interactions
  • Warnings
  • Contraindication
  • Pregnancy & Lactation
  • Storage

3blisters of 10 liquid-filled capsules (LIQ cap) of vitamin D3 in a box with a patient information leaflet.

each capsule contains 4000IU (International Unit) of vitamin D3

  • Supplying the vitamin D requirement and treating vitamin D deficiency
  • Prevention and treatment of osteomalacia (soft bones) in adults
  • Maintaining normal function of the immune system 
  • Helping resolve hypocalcemia caused by hypoparathy roidism

Adequate dietary calcium is necessary for clinical response to vitamin D therapy.

Take this product exactly as your doctor's prescription or according to the table  below for supplying the daily requirement, consume one capsule weekly with a glass of water.

If you need to use more than one capsule per week, consult your physician or phamacist.


vitamin D is an important factor in the maintenance of good health,which helps in the absorption and use of calcium and phosphorus and supports the development and maintenance of bones and teeth.vitamin D is essential for the regulation of calcium and phosphorus homeostasis and bone mineralization.vitamin D deficiency is more common in people with inappropriate diet or inadequate exposure to sunlight or patients with fat malabsorption or renal failure.Also,the need to take vitamin D is increased during pregnancy,lactation and aging.

orally vitamin D is well tolerated and has a wide safe dosage range, but excessive intake leads to the development of hyperphosphatemia (increased blood phosphate levels) or hypercalcemia. symptoms of overdose include weakness, fatigue, sleepiness, headache, dizziness, loss of appetite, dry mouth, metallic taste, nausea and vomitting, abdominal pain, constipation, diarrhea, bone and muscle pain.

Evaluate vitamin D ingested in fortified foods,dietary supplements and other concomitantly administered drugs,before consumption of this product.

Hypercalcemia (increased concentration of calcium in the blood) caused by the consumption of high doses of vitamin D can increase the risk of cardiac arrhythmias in consumers of digoxin,verapamil and diltiazem.

Coadministration of vitamin D with magnesium and aluminum-containing products in patients with renal disease undergoing dialysis,can lead to hypermagnesemia and aluminum toxicity.

The risk of hypercalcemia from vitamin D,is amplified by concomitant use of thiazide diuretics,calcium, phosphate and calcipotriol.

This supplement contains high level of vitamin D.please be aware of administered dose.use with caution in the following cases:coronary disease,renal function impairment,arteriosclerosis,hyperparathyroidism,histoplasmosis,lymphoma and sarcoidosis.

  • Hypercalcemia and high serum level of vitamin D 
  • metastatic calcification
  • evidence of vitamin D toxicity
  • malabsorption syndrome
  • abnormal sensitivity to the effects of vitamin D 
  • Decreased renal function


vitamin D is excreted in breast milk in limited amounts. Vitamin D is safe when used in doses below the tolerable upper intake level (UL) of 4000 IU per day, but higher doses can cause Hypercalcemia in the breast-feeding infants. Serum calcium and vitamin D levels should be monitored in the breast-feeding infant whose mother is taking vitamin D supplement.

Keep in a dry place, in room temperaturev, away from light. keep out of reach of children.