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Nutrition deficiencie
I am 35 yrs old Male 75kg 5'11" .what type of test should I do for nutrition deficiencie. I want check my all vitamin mineral level in my body and Harmon levels etc. Please advice
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Things needs detailed information about your meals and nutrition options and lifestyle changes only then we can discuss things further and suggest anything choose direct consultation for proper guidance and help
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Hi Hope you are doing fine. After 35 you can do complete Health check Including Vitamin D, vitamin b 12 , thyroid etc.
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Hello There are various test available and u can also go for body composition analysis. To tell u specific test I need some details. So contact directly
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contact by finding details on healthyuindia.com or consult by practo online
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Hi, Thanks for your query for deficiency check up you can do simple health check up As well need to check for your symptoms if you have any so that it is more relevant to do test
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kindly book your appointment via practo for further details
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Hello user Consult online professional, and accordingly they  will prescribe, what tests are required.
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For more information or to contact me directly or via phone or for online counseling contact https://www.facebook.com/doctorplanmydiet/ Thanks with Regards Dt. Ankita
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Hello, To start with check your B12, vitamin d3, ferritin, haemoglobin. Consult me online for the detailed diet chart.
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Book an appointment at www.apekshapt.in or contact me through practo direct consult.
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Please ask me directly for details.
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Hi! Please go for a complete body check up- Make sure the package includes Vitamin D total, Vitamin B12, Testosterone (hormone test) , CBC, Thyroid profile , Serum iron profile. Many others like lipid profile will be included in the package. The reports can be checked by your family doctor , or you can get it checked online and take necessary supplements. Remember to do the full body check up once a year, to ensure better health.
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Connect with nearest path lab or online platform for blood test. Get reports checked by a verified professional.
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Do not take any medication or treatment without prescription, do not take any over-the-counter supplements without consulting physician/doctor.
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You can go for a complete blood check with a detailed vitamin and mineral profile. This would include magnesium, sodium, potassium, zinc, calcium, vitamin b6, b12, D etc. Ask you nearest pathlab for such a detailed profile test package.
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