As some know, my Husband has Primary APS. Apart from a DVT, because of a switched on Dr, he has lived a very happy, healthy life on Warfarin. This included working out regularly (and hard), lots of gardening, home renovations etc. A positive of his APS was that he would not bleed everywhere when he cut/scratched/hurt himself.
That was the case at least, until his CAPS event last year. Now he also has Primary Adrenal Insufficiency (Addison's Disease).
He now suffers extreme fatigue (some of which is due to not having yet fully recovered from his little trip to Hospital.
When asking other Addisonians about diet etc to get him back to health, I have discovered that there are a number of things that they recommend in high quantities, but that he can't eat becasue of the APS and Warfarin (high vitamin K etc). There is an issue of "eat this for APS but don't eat it for Addison's" and vice versa.
One of the things highly recommended for Addison's (to reduce the extreme fatigue) is high quantities (more than recommended daily dose) of Vitamin D, but I keep finding websites that say Vitamin D and Warfarin long term are not a good mix.
Does anyone here take pure Vitamin D, or has anyone here been told NOT to take Vitamin D?
Thanks for your help.