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Vitamin D3 Test Cost in Delhi ₹ 580
Vitamin D3 Test Cost in Noida ₹ 900
Vitamin D3 Test Cost in Gurgaon ₹ 580
Vitamin D3 Test Cost in Bangalore ₹ 960
Vitamin D3 Test Cost in Mumbai ₹ 1,096
Vitamin D3 Test Cost in Chennai ₹ 1,305
Vitamin D3 Test Cost in Hyderabad ₹ 1,305
Vitamin D Test Cost in other cities ₹ 580

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Frequently Asked Questions About Vitamin D3 Test

What are the symptoms of vitamin D3 deficiency?

The following symptoms are generally associated if Vitamin D deficiency in the body:

  • Pain in muscles
  • Bone pain or joint pain
  • Tiredness or fatigue
  • Mood swings or depression
  • Sweating in the head

For many people, the symptoms of vitamin D deficiency may not be apparent. However, it is very important to ensure that your body has enough of this vitamin. A deficiency of vitamin D is associated with diseases like arthritis, some forms of cancer, autoimmune disease, type 1 diabetes, and depression.

If you have one or more of the following characteristics, it is recommended that you get tested

  • Little exposure to sunlight: People who follow a sedentary lifestyle and are mostly indoors where you do not get enough sunshine, are more likely to be deficient that those who work outside and exercise regularly.
  • Obesity: Fat or obese people are more likely to have vitamin d deficiency as compared to the general population.
  • Vegan diet: Most of our body’s requirement of vitamin d should be produced by exposure to sunlight. However, there are certain foods that contain vitamin d. Animal origin foods such as egg yolks and beef contain some amount of vitamin d. Hence, people on vegan diet or vegetarian diet are more likely to have the deficiency.
  • Diseases of digestive tract: Diseases like celiac or crohn’s reduce a person’s ability to absorb fat soluble vitamins. If you suffer from any digestive tract disease, you should get tested for vitamin d deficiency.
  • People with darker skin: People with darker skin may need more sunshine than people with white skin to produce the same amount of vitamin d.
  • Age: As with many other deficiencies, the probability of low vitamin d increases with age.

To know more about symptoms you may check here.

What is the role of vitamin d3 in the human body?

Vitamin D is required for the absorption of calcium and phosphorus in the human body. If you each enough calcium and phosphorus (which are required for our bone health), but are the deficiency in vitamin d, you may get brittle bones. Other important functions of vitamin d in the body are:

  1. Vitamin D has been found to reduce blood pressure in hypertensive patients.
  2. Proper doses of vitamin d are associated with the reduction in risk of heart attacks, multiple sclerosis, type 1 diabetes and certain forms of cancers
  3. If you are trying to lose weight, this sunshine vitamin supplementation may help you do that.
  4. Vitamin D also helps to fight depression.

There are many studies now that have brought to attention the benefits of this vitamin. Some doctors recommend that vitamin d should be as part of daily nutritional supplementation.

What are the foods rich in Vitamin D?

The best natural way to get vitamin d is exposure to sunshine. There are some foods like fatty fish (salmon, tuna or mackerel) that are good sources of vitamin D. Additionally, vitamin D can be found in beef liver, cheese, and egg yolks.

Those who are deficient in vitamin D will be recommended a dose of cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3) once every few weeks. Cholecalciferol is a form of vitamin d (vitamin d3) which is easily absorbed by the body. One should consult the doctor before starting on any vitamin d supplementation.

List of foods that are rich in vitamin D.
Vitamin D rich foods.

How much sunshine needed for adequate vitamin D3?

The amount of sun rays exposure needed depends on various factors. The latitude of your place of residence impacts the amount of radiation coming to you.

The time of day, cloudiness, and color of the skin are other parameters that impact absorption of sun rays to produce vitamin d. It also depends on how much body is exposed to sun e.g. a person in a swimsuit will absorb more sunshine than a person who is exposing only arms to the sun.

For India, around 20 minutes of exposure of arms and face during mid-day for four times a week may be sufficient. A longer exposure during the early morning or early evening may be required.

Dark skinned people will not more exposure that fair-skinned individuals. It is best to decide this consultation with your doctor. Also, you may want to start with some exposure to sun and then adjust based on how your body responds.

Which test is prescribed for vitamin d levels?

To test the levels of vitamin D when a deficiency is suspected, 25 hydroxyvitamin D test is ordered. This is also called vitamin D 25 OH test. If the excess of vitamin d is suspected in the body, then 1,25 dihydroxy vitamin D test may be ordered.

You may check the details of these tests, here. 

What is the normal range of vitamin d in the body?

The range of vitamin D 25 OH is measured in ng/ml or nmol/liter. The following is the interpretation of the result:

  • Deficiency of vitamin D: A level of less than 20 ng /ml or 50 nmol/L is considered the deficiency
  • Insufficient: A range between 20 ng/ml (50 nmol/L) to 29 ng/ml (74 nmol/L) is considered insufficient.
  • Sufficient: 75 nmol/L to 250 nmol/L is considered a good number for maximum health benefits.
  • Potential Toxicity: If the number is higher than 250 nmol/L, there is a chance that vitamin D can cause toxicity in the body.
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