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PTH Vitamin D and calcium levels

Discussion in 'Optimal Labs' started by Mary B, Jan 9, 2020.

  1. Mary B

    Mary B New Member

    Have any of you looked at getting labs for PTH, Vitamin D and Calcium levels? Was listening to Dr Coimbra explain his protocol for autoimmune conditions (my son has one) and he uses PTH test to determine when they are taking right level of daily D. Looking for a PTH at low end of normal range and calcium in normal range.

    This was an interesting study on vitamin D and Genes. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41...djrcl-IM0u811KoUuSMx4Z7Sfyl1Iz94-qSaEfWM#Sec9

    21 days til UVB sunlight returns here. Can’t thank Dr Kruse enough for leading us into the sunlight!
     
  2. Novah

    Novah New Member

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  3. Mary B

    Mary B New Member

    Absolutely essential that one with autoimmune using Coimbra protocol needs to do so with medical supervision. Problem is that not many neurologists treating them even consider it. Only a few Docs in the US. I doubt my son’s doctors have ever looked at his vit D levels let alone considered this protocol for treatment. Instead they prescribe $6000 or $4000 a month meds. He does whatever they say. He said no to transferring south.

    I’m thinking that looking at these labs might be useful to confirm that the PTH isn’t super high indicating one needs to get a doc and ideally the PTH would be in the low normal range with D level high and Calcium level normal meaning the D is a good level and not drawing D from bone. My next lab experiment.
     

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