Hi Sharon, welcome... If you've recently had your childs vitamin D level checked, get the print out from the Dr. or Lab and it will tell you what the normal/reference range is for the age of the patient being tested.
Labs vary some on this figure depending on population studies and location. If you have the print out look for the "normal" score for the childs age.
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