take also intact pth because the test vitd25oh cannot give vitamin d levels, it is very poor sensibility, it can only confirm sufficiency but to confirm you reached max normal levels you also need intact pth
the effect on immune system is very strong after 6months of stable intact pth at minimum normal range
Thanks Stef, I will add it next time.
With such low hbv dna you should rather monitor hbsag quantitive.
Change of hbv dna from 40 to 150 or 90 is meaningless.
I'm in the US so there is no SAG quant testing available.
July 2016 - DNA 240 IU/mL, ALT - 17, AST - 18
As you see there is a jump from 90 to 240. The problem is from the last test I increased the VitD3 from 8000 to 10000 daily.
90 to 240 is meaningless. There would be a difference if you would jump to 900 or 90000. HBsAg quantitive made once or twice a year would be more interesting.
if you take two samples different labs you could see much bigger changes, as said such little difference has no meaning