How it works

Vitamin D test

AED 200.00

Vitamin D is important for our general well-being. We get it through the skin when exposed to the sun but also through the diet. Vitamin D deficiency can cause symptoms such as muscle weakness, soreness, depression and to some extent difficulty concentrating.

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What can Vitamin D test tell you

Measures your vitamin D levels.
Gives you an insight into how a possible deficiency can affect your general health.
Detects deficiency that may be the cause of muscle weakness, soreness, depression and to some extent difficulty concentrating.

What is tested in this package

What is Vitamin D

Vitamin D differs from other vitamins in that it is also a so-called steroid hormone and has a central role in regulating the body’s calcium and phosphate balance. The vitamin is required for building up our skeleton but is also important for the body’s cells to be able to divide normally and for a well-functioning immune system. Low vitamin D levels have been linked to the occurrence of a number of conditions such as winter and spring depression, fatigue, fibromyalgia and increased risk of cardiovascular disease.

Before your appointment

Fasting is not required before sampling

Take the test at any time of the day

That is how it works

Select health check

Order the health check that suits you and your goals best. After ordering, you will receive information by email about how to proceed and choose a sampling location.

Take your test

Werlabs has a network of 200+ connected sampling points where you can choose to book an appointment or drop-in for your blood test. Information about what to think about before taking the test will be sent by email.


Your results will arrive in your Werlabs digital journal within 2-4 business days, reviewed and commented by a licensed physician. Some tests may have a longer response time.


We recommend that you do regular health checks to detect any abnormalities at an early stage. It gives you a better opportunity to prevent before medical care and treatment is required.