I also posted to your separate vitamin D question...
If you are unsure whether to supplement with it, then maybe you could have your doctor test you for Vitamin D (both the 25 and the 1,25 forms should be checked) and see if you are deficient. There is one Lyme protocol (Marshall protocol) in which vitamin D is specifically avoided, but I do not believe this should be done in all people with Lyme...the test results from vitamin D blood tests will reveal whether a person should/should not supplement in my opinion.
Also, most prescription vitamin D is D2 (ergocalciferol), but the body has to work harder to use this form (must be converted to D3), so it is better to get an over-the-counter Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) supplement.
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