Interestingly Australia has some of the highest levels of Vit D deficiency around, in spite of all the sunshine.
Possibly because we are trained to cover up at all times for fear of skin cancer.
I'm a bit curious too now about B 12 levels, which are a bit harder to check up on online.
It's pretty astonishing to me how little interest has been shown in monitoring my Hep over the years. My GP seemed to think if the liver functions were okay thats an end to it, but reading everyones stories now I realise this was far from the truth. My experiences of symptoms are too similar for them to be a coincidence so clearly, even when its not actively destroying your liver, the Hep is still taking its toll.