ah ok this 1129 was not a baseline test then? i'm not clear on the timing re supplements you've tried in relation to the #s above..
and yes, sadly, 190 would likely have passed as just hunky dory in most docs' view :S
some supplement forms and combinations are in fact risky. celeste
i'd watch it with the vit d3 above.
for one thing, not sure if 5000 is wise in an early teen. for another, d3 does help calcium absorb, but ca is only part of the picture. calcium is not a red flag nutrient for ms, and it competes with mag for absorption.
d3 needs to be balanced w magnesium and zinc. these are both nutrients to watch. esp zinc, when ON is in the mix.
just for future reference, can you link me up to product dtls for that vitE? E is one to be very careful with, to ensure you haven't got a synthetic form.
the blood tests will tell you the most about the best way forward. for both you and your daughter. the docs *must* agree to provide actual results. you need the info.
if you can't get buy-in for nutrient testing - with clear results - from the docs, then private testing is available in some locations.
in the meantime, food is a fantastic foundation going forward. GREAT to hear about such positive changes!! the whfoods web site has amazing charts listing healthiest food sources for the various trouble nutrients seen in ms patients. does your daughter like greek spinach feta pie? i have a recipe mod using chard and kale as well as spinach, plus all the fresh herbs. chock full of relevant nutrients and just delish
i'll pm you a recipe if you think she will eat it
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com