heya j, they rarely run tests for 'everything' esp when it comes to important nutrients, and esp not d3.. not 3 years ago i wouldn't think. maybe they're starting to include it now, but not every doc by a long shot, i wouldn't think.
also, everything looking 'normal' is a dangerous thing to accept when you are sick.
if the normal range for something is 140 to 360, and you as an ms patient fall at 190, there you are, 'normal'.
you could also be sitting smack on the 'ms patient' average result, while all the 'healthy controls' are up at 300.
fyi this example is about uric acid, an important antioxidant. it's not just for gout any more
those are SI values btw.
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com