cene wrote:I have just tested my Vitamin D levels and it is 35.6 μg/L. Should be considered also that I'm taking almost one month 10.000 IU Daily
Please if you can give me any suggestion on this?
My suggestion is that you see your GP and discuss raising your vitamin D test number to a more optimal level.
Nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL) is equivalent to micrograms per liter (µg/L) – http://www.convertunits.com/from/nanogr ... rogram+/+l
) recommends that the vitamin D level should be at least 40 ng/mL; your level (35.6 µg/L) is below that minimum.
According to GrassrootsHealth (http://grassrootshealth.net/media/image ... single.pdf
), your daily intake (10,000 IU) should raise the serum level to their recommended range for 90%
of adults. However, there is wide variability among individuals in their response to any particular dosage.You
may have vitamin D resistance and your
body may simply require a larger dosage to achieve and maintain an optimal level of vitamin D in the blood.
Your GP can help you develop a custom plan.
To prepare for discussing your vitamin D situation with your doctor you might read through the Coimbra High-Dose Vitamin D Protocol (coimbra-high-dose-vitamin-d-protocol-f57/
) subforum here at ThisIsMS.