Re: 2000 mg Vitamin D3 with normal vitamin D levels
One thing to keep in mind with D is that if you take thyroid medications it could affect your levels. It affects different people in different ways. In my case, it made the TSH level go way up while the ft4 has stayed in the good range. This is something to be aware of if you are on thyroid meds and start seeing results that aren't in your norm. I mainly go by how i feel, which is good, but i have started a lower dose of D to see what happens the next time i have labs done.
The recommendations for the best D level is around 50. So if your test shows you are in the 30's, which is in the normal range, your dr. may be wanting to get a level closer to the optimum number. take care...phyllis
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