I am trying to sort things out from a high D level in my blood. My neuro called and said to stop, because my level is 105 ng/ml. I really wasn't concerned; however I e-mail my integrative medicine doctor, who knows much more about this, and who started on 10,000 a day from when I was first diagnosed. She says the level is not important, it's the calcium that is, and if I'm taking K2 then I'm fine. She also said if I feel fine, then I am fine! I'm thinking I should drop my dose to 5000 and start taking a calcium supplement as well. Thoughts?
Your level translates to Australian measurement is only 262.5 nmoL - only a little high of the recommended level and nothing to worry about.
The recommended level on this website is 150 - 250 nmol - that translates to 60 - 100 ngmol. Some people on here have higher levels than that and don't worry about it at all.
When my level got to 225 nmol my GP freaked and took me off it - a couple of months later it had dropped to 90 and I was in bed for a fortnight with unbearable fatigue.
I reckon you could think about dropping your dosage to 7000 - rather than cutting it in half, especially if you are not in a sunny place - and check up again in a couple of months.
Many people think that we don't need calcium if we are getting enough Vitamin D (see link below), but I guess your doctor knows about that.