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Introduction Sources of Vitamin D Disorders associated with lack of Vitamin D Symptoms of disorders Who must get the test done? Tests done for Vitamin D level Why Thyrocare?
       
 

Vitamin D deficiency may lead to

- osteoporosis
- sclerosis
- bone fragility
- hypertension
- chronic fatigue
- depression
- heart diseases
- diabetes and
- cancers...

And the good news is...
They can all be prevented!

 
• Vitamin D costs nothing. It is freely available to anyone who allows adequate exposure of skin to the ultraviolet radiation present in the sunrays.

• Fifteen to twenty minutes of sunshine each day, helps your body manufacture about 10,000 to 15,000 IU’s of vitamin D3 per day.

• Vitamin D deficiency or insufficiency is quite common amongst pregnant women and children in India.

• If you take Vitamin D supplements make sure it is Vitamin D3 and not D2.

   
 

Find out if you are likely to suffer from the lack of Vitamin D.

 

Good if you have decided to get your tests done. You must also know why Thyrocare is preferred.

Range Value
Deficiency range
<20 ng/ml
Insufficiency range
20-30 ng/ml
Sufficiency range
30-100 ng/ml
Toxicity range
>100 ng/ml
 
     
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