Vitamin D Profile

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24 Hours

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Men and Women

Vitamin D main role is to regulate the levels of phosphorus, calcium, and magnesium in the body. On time test can help you in avoiding illnesses and with Mymeds Vitamin D Total-25 Hydroxy you can keep a track of your health in the best way.The Vitamin D test has 1 parameter that give you a clear idea of Vitamin D Total-25 Hydroxy.

Test Details

  • Vitamin D25 Hydroxy

Vitamin D Profile in Delhi NCR

Vitamin D Profile in Delhi NCR

The Vitamin D Profile detects calcium deficiency or Vitamin D so that an individual can go for timely medical assistance in case of decreased Vitamin D levels to avoid severe health disorders.

This vitamin assists our body to absorb calcium and phosphorus and keep our bones and teeth strong. Vitamin D test measures the level of Vitamin D (25-Hydroxy) and two of its metabolites which are D2 and D3 in the blood.

Who should get the Vitamin D profile done?

  • People of all age groups.
  • If anyone has osteoporosis, muscle weakness, pain, soft bones, muscle cramps.
  • Pre-menopausal women, people above 60 years of age, people with less sun exposure can take this test.
  • People who do not get ample Vitamin D in their diet.

What does Vitamin D profile measure?

Vitamin D test assists in measuring the levels of Vitamin D in the blood. Two types of Vitamin D may be measured in the blood, 25-hydroxyvitamin D and 1, 25-dihydroxyvitamin D. The 25-hydroxyvitamin D is the main form found. Because of its higher concentration, 25-hydroxyvitamin D is usually measured to evaluate and monitor Vitamin D status.

The 25-hydroxyvitamin D test is done to determine the level of Vitamin D in your blood and to check if it is normal or deranged. Decreased levels can be seen if a person is not getting sufficient exposure to sunlight or ample dietary Vitamin D to meet his or her body's requirement.

Severe liver and kidney diseases may also cause Vitamin D deficiency in the body.

What are the benefits of Vitamin D profile?

Below are the some major benefits of Vitamin D profile test:

  • It will assist in healthy muscles, bones, and teeth growth.
  • It will help in diabetes management and heart health also.
  • Regular assessment of Vitamin D in our body will check future disabilities due to a lack of Vitamin D in the body.
  • This test also assists to evaluate the amount of phosphorus and calcium in the body.

What may cause Vitamin D deficiency?

Generally, there are two main causes of Vitamin D deficiency which are:

  • Not getting enough Vitamin D in your diet and through sunlight.
  • If your body is not properly using Vitamin D.

There are several other specific causes of Vitamin D deficiency which includes:

  • Certain medical conditions
  • Weight loss-surgeries

What are the medications that can cause Vitamin D deficiency?

Certain medications can decrease Vitamin D levels in our body which are as below:

  1. Laxatives
  2. Steroids (such as prednisone)
  3. Cholesterol-lowering drugs
  4. Drugs which prevents Seizure

What are the common complications of Vitamin D deficiency?

The most serious complications of Vitamin D deficiency are as below:

  • Low levels of blood calcium.
  • Low levels of blood phosphate
  • Rickets
  • Osteomalacia which is softening of bones in adult

All above conditions are treatable. While rickets is a treatable and often curable disease provided we get treatment on time.

Who is at risk for VitaminD deficiency?

Biological and environmental factors also put someone at risk of Vitamin D deficiency which are below:

Age: Your ability of skin to make Vitamin D decreases by age so people over the age of 60 years are at risk for Vitamin D deficiency.

Skin Color: It is very difficult for dark-colored skin to make Vitamin D from sunlight than light-colored skin so people with darker skin are at an increased risk for Vitamin D deficiency.

Mobility: People who leads sedentary lifestyle and homebound or rarely go outside are not able to use sunlight as a source of Vitamin D.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

It may include as below:

  • One who is not getting sound sleep
  • Bone pain
  • Fatigue
  • Depression or feelings of sadness
  • Hair loss
  • Muscle weakness
  • Loss of appetite

The normal range of Vitamin D is evaluated as nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL). Levels of 20 ng/mL or above are adequate for most people for bone and overall health.

Levels above 50 ng/mL are too high and might cause health problems.

MyMeds247 will ensure that the e-report is sent to you within 24 hours.

Evidence has showed that Vitamin D has a role in sleep regulation.

The main result of high Vitamin D range is a buildup of calcium in your blood which may cause nausea, weakness and frequent urination.

Vitamin D depends on two sources mainly endogenous sources and exogenous sources. Endogenous sources are produced in our body. Whereas, exogenous sources can only be derived from other sources, such as dietary sources of Vitamin D include fish, eggs and dietary supplements.