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Member Forum >> Vitamin D >> D3, Homocysteine, and B12 Labs
 D3, Homocysteine, and B12 Labs
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Posted: 8/10/2019 8:11:19 AM
 

Attempting to keep D3 levels within range I had a second D25Hydroxy done...also included B12 and Homocysteine all taken on 8/8/19.

My D3 Is a little high so Im looking for guidance on getting it to hover around 70 ng/dL, comments on homocysteine re it possibly being a disbiosis marker, and B12 on the upper end.

The first D lab was on 6/17/19, same facility, and measured 54.84. In early July I increased my D3 from 5000IU to 6000IU, now Im thinking dial it back to 5k or maybe 4k...any thoughts?

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Vitamin D, 25 Hydroxy(Prima Care)


NAME

VALUE

REFERENCE RANGE

F

Vitamin D, 25

79.27

>20.00 (ng/mL)


HOMOCYSTEINE


NAME

VALUE

REFERENCE RANGE

F

HOMOCYSTEINE

6.8

<11.4 (umol/L)


VITAMIN B12 (Prima CARE)


NAME

VALUE

REFERENCE RANGE

F

B12

934.20

211.00-946.00 (pg/mL)

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Posted: 8/11/2019 11:36:57 AM
 
Many Guru’s recommend Vit D levels from 70-90.

Many Guru’s like a B12 level around a 1000.



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Posted: 8/11/2019 12:12:29 PM
 
Yes, Boo, I feel best with Vit D 70-90 and B12 > 1000. On the other hand, hubby does best with Vit D 50-60, more in line with the recommendation of the Vit D Council.
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