25-OH VITAMIN D (TOTAL) test in Chennai
Also known as ergocalciferol (vitamin d2) , cholecalciferol (vitamin d3), calcidiol (25-hydroxyvitamin d) , calcifidiol (1,25 dihydroxy-vitamin d) .
Now in Rs 985
> Test type : SERUM Sample Collection at home
> Pre-Test info: Fasting Not Required
> Test Report : Delivered within 24-48 Hrs
What Is 25-OH Vitamin D (Total) Test?
A great way to maintain track of vitamin D levels is to use the 25-OH vitamin D (Total) test in Chennai. The concentration of 25-hydroxy vitamin D in your blood is a reliable indicator of your body's vitamin D levels. The test can identify whether your vitamin D levels are excessively high or excessively low.
The testing is also called the calcidiol 25-hydroxycholecalciferol test and the 25-OH vitamin D test. It's a good sign of osteoporosis (bone thinning) and rickets (bone malformation).
A 25-hydroxy vitamin D test may be requested by your doctor for a variety of reasons. It can assist them in determining whether excessive or insufficient vitamin D is leading to bone weakening or other problems. It can also be used to keep track of individuals who are at risk of vitamin D insufficiency. So if you are being suggested one, book your test in Chennai with us at Mediyaar now.
25-OH Vitamin D (Total) Test Pricing in Chennai
in Chennai if you are planning to visit a pathology lab for a 25-OH Vitamin D (Total) Test , price varies from Rs 500 to Rs 1000, depending on the locality , Location and testing centre's capabilities.
However you can conveniently order test online on mediyaar at Rs. 300 , majority of localities are served in Chennai and sample can be collected from home of your office.
25-OH VITAMIN D (TOTAL) - Additional Info
Test Price : Rs. 985 ( Tax included )
- Fasting Not Required
- Sample Type - SERUM
- Highly specific
- Affordable technique
- Fill the booking form
- Expert collect sample @ Home
- Get report in 24/48 hrs
- Serviceable City:Chennai
Labs in Chennai offering test similar to 25-OH VITAMIN D (TOTAL) (Offline – Lab visit )
Voluntary Health Services, IIT, Anna Nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600113
G4, Harshini complex , 3/172A Nookampalayam Road, Medavakkam, Chennai, TamilNadu - 600100
881, Poonmlee High Road, Flowers Road, Purasawalkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600084
East Main Road (Leo School Road), 203/7 Asiad Colony (adjacent Ooty Vegetables), Anna Nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600101
No.4/10, Arcot Road, Lakshmi Nagar, Maulivakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600116
No.869, G-4, PA Towers, Ponnamalle High Road, Kilpauk, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600010
No 9/20, 5th Main Road, Natesan NagarNear Poorvika Mobiles Showroom, Saligramam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600092
36 and 39 MTH Road, Villivakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600049
No 100, Kundrathur Road, Lake View Estate, Maulivakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600116
Duraiswamy Reddy St, West Tambaram, Tambaram, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600045
151/6-7, 1st Floor, Arcot Road, adjacent Nilgiris, Valasaravakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600087?
No-4/266 4th Block, Pari Road, Mogappair East, Mogappair, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600037
No.732/551, T.H.Road, Old Washermenpet, Washermanpet, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600021
136, Hall Mark Towers, TTK Salai, Back side of Hotel Park Sheraton, Alwarpet, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600018
5, VOC St, West Tambaram, Tambaram, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600045
20/3 & 4, Gopalakrishna street, Indra Devi Complex, T Nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600017
No 87, Burkit Road, Near Sudhara Hotel, T Nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600017
26 Kakkan Street, Tambaram, Chennai, Tamil Nadu* - 600045
No.1, Sundara Perumal Koil St, Peravallur, Perambur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600082
Radha Krishna Appartment G1 New No 140 Old No 110, Habibulla Road, Near by north usman post office, T Nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600017
Question 1: What is the procedure for performing a 25-hydroxy vitamin D test in chennai ?
Answer: You'll be told not to consume anything at all for 4 to 8 hours before the test by your doctor. A routine blood test is required for the 25-hydroxy vitamin D test. A needle will be used to take a blood sample from a vein in your arm by your healthcare practitioner. In youngsters and newborns, a short finger prick will most usually suffice for a blood sample.
Question 2: Is there any danger in taking the test?
Answer: Having your blood drawn carries very little danger. The shape of arteries and veins depends on the person, as well as from one part of the body to another. It may be more difficult to draw blood from some people than from others.
Question 3: Are there any negative consequences to the test?
Answer: A 25-hydroxy vitamin D test is normally painless and has no negative effects. Some individuals, however, may feel dizzy or faint after the exam. Others may experience bruising or soreness near the injection site, which can linger for many days.
Question 4: What is the vitamin D normal range?
Answer: Vitamin D levels in the average limits are evaluated in nanograms per millilitre (ng/mL). Many experts suggest a range of 20 to 40 ng/mL. Others advocate a concentration of 30 to 50 ng/mL.
Question 5: What does a vitamin D deficiency result signify?
Answer: A low level of 25-OH vitamin D indicates that you are not eating a well-balanced diet and are not getting enough sun exposure. Vitamin D insufficiency has been linked to immunological problems and heart disease.