For years, I have been a huge fan of Vitamin D, since I found out it practically eliminates back pain. But I never realized it could help treat liver fibrosis, until now.
Here is an article I pasted from this site.
I am not a doctor and can't diagnose anyone else's condition. However I have heard it is OK to consume up to 10,000 IU of Vitamin D3 per day, and recently, after hearing that very high doses can be considered safe, I started taking about 20,000 IU with no adverse effects. A friend of mine suggested doing this, because she did it (was taking about 50,000 IU per day) and was feeling GREAT, but eventually she did find out that there was too much Vitamin D in her blood, and she had to ease up. She is not stopping the Vitamin D, just taking less of it. Also, her husband was having horrible back pain and almost crying in pain, but then he started on the Vitamin D and felt much better. This also happened to other friends of mine.
You can read a book about the miraculous effects that can be achieved by taking very high doses of Vitamin D, by CLICKING HERE.
I can't tell you what to do, but if it was me starting over and I'd never taken it before, I'd start with 10,000 IU per day and see how I feel; then gage if I should start, stop, increase, etc..