948 IU/mL (2.9 logs). it was 66K IU/ML three months back. I could not believe the numbers as i was expecting in the range of 10K (the very best case)
Got Vit D3 sachets - 1 gm contains 60000 iu. How to use it - consume 1/6th each day or consume 1 sachet every week. Stef your suggestion please ( My friend was consuming it 1 sachet per week for 12 weeks) on this
I am HBEAG -negative right from the day i was diagnosed with HBV.
My HBSAG would be around 5600 IU/ML when i was 66k for DNA ( i didnt take any quantitative test for SAG at that time). This assumption is based on my count of 5184 iu/ml one month after i took DNA test.
this is not good although you can take millions of vitamin d3 as a single 6-12 months dose and get vitamin d3 normal very fast (i think a pill of 600.000iu every 6 months) when deficent without any trouble this is not the best way especially for people with liver disease.we dont have data to say if it is btter big doses every 6 months
i do suggest the pills with 5000-10000iu daily and remember for maximum safety do check both serum calcium and vitamin d 25 oh every 2-3months and when you reach the levels of about 80-100ng/ml slowly decrease to a maintenance dose like 1000-2000iu daily
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