Hi all, I havnt posted before, I live in Cornwall UK. I did a private thyroid test through blue horizons medicals, which thyroid uk recommend, which also included screening for vitamin D. My results for it came back as 15 for vitamin D and states should be over 50. I opted for G.P comments which stated significant vitamin D deficiency which advised supplementation and seeing my G.P. Iv been having fluctuating symptoms came on 2-3 months ago of bone pain/aches , lower-mid back pain and in around hips, bones cracking, muscle aches/spasms, low grade fever, weakness/fatigue. There is Osteoperosis on maternal line-my mum, her mum and her mum, so 3 generations (I'm 44) I find this concerning as I also have a history of Anorexia several years ago and my eating still isn't as structured as it should be, though my weight is up. I took my private results to my NHS G.P yesterday and also mentioned of the Osteoperosis in family of my mum, gran and great gran. My G.P doesn't seem too concerned and also pretty much discounted my private test and Vit D levels, as I had a standard NHS test for iron, thyroid, liver, kidney blood test 2 weeks before doing my own test and my G.P stated the results were not the same, but I'm actually thinking I may have autoimmune thyroiditis and with this levels can fluctuate. It didn't include Vitamin D, as my surgery wont test for it I was told yesterday. Iv tried to do some of my own research and have read that Vitamin D is needed for absorbing calcium. I bought some D3 and currently taking 1000 IU, but thinking of increasing it. Another thing worrying me is I have been prescribed an antipsychotic called Amisulpride and again come across that antipsychotics and some psychiatric meds can lower/deplete Vitamin D levels and affect bone density. I was honestly expecting G.P to send me for a bone scan to check with the history of it, but just didn't feel taken seriously. Iv looked at NICE guidelines and my G.P doesn't seem be following them.