Reply To: last year, I was diagnosed with chronic hepatitis b. The load was heavy. However, the doctor decided- after many and many tests- that I don't need any type of medication at all since I'm completely healthy because the virus isn't active and did not affect my liver by any means. He said that this case happens, the load of the virus in the blood could be very heavy and yet the person stills very healthy in the sense that the virus is only present whilst not doing anything. I went to another doctor yesterday for something unrelated to hepatitis b and he had a look at my latest blood tests that I took because I felt tired. And he told me that Vitamin D level is extremely low (10.3 ng/ml). I researched to see if the there's an association between hepatitis b load and vitamin d levels and many researches suggest and inverse relationship between the two. I have vitamin d3 supplements (50,000 IU in every tablet), how should I consume it? Is it okay to take one tablet every week for two years since the hepatitis b load is high?