I have just gone to my regular PCP this past week. She wanted to do a complete metabolic panel of my blood, and also check my Vitamin D level, not surprising, they all do that now. This is where I am confused. My Vitamin D level is 22 as of right now. I take 2000 IU's of D per day. My doctor wants me to take anywhere from 5,000 to 10,000 IU's per day, which I feel is too high. I only started the Vitamin D about 6 weeks ago. My blood calcium level is 10.3 which is still considered normal up to 10.5, but I feel it's kind of borderline. I do drink milk that has added calcium and I also eat a lot of cheese, maybe this is why my blood calcium is 10.3., not sure. I do not want to supplement more Vitamin D because I do think it could be toxic with over 2,000. a day. I am probably over thinking this, but that's what I do Basically, my metabolic panel was all in the "normal range". Still so confused about the Vitamin D thing, and think it may be overrated. I may switch doctors because I have this weird feeling that if I bring up this topic of Vitamin D (she's a BIG advocate of this vitamin), she will not be receptive to what I say. Has anyone ever heard of blood calcium levels going up with D supplementation? Hugs, Chelz.