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Coventry
Bannerbrook Pharmacy - CV4 9AE
Next Appointment: 01/12 17:00

Bath Road Pharmacy - TW3 3BT
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Britannia Pharmacy (Horns Road) - IG2 6BN
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Caxtons Pharmacy - BR1 1RL
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Hadleigh Pharmacy - SS7 1QT
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Mango Pharmacy - Uxbridge - UB8 2EP
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Peak Pharmacy - Bridgnorth - WV16 4EN
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Pearl Chemist - C Bradbury Chemist - SW16 6SQ
Next Appointment: 01/12 17:00
Pearlfect Care Pharmacy - WD25 8HA
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Scorah Chemists - Hazel Grove - SK7 6BG
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
The Village Pharmacy - Hextable - BR8 7RB
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Vitaltone Pharmacy - CR3 6QA
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Batley
Batley Pharmacy - WF17 5DH
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Hove
Burwash Pharmacy - BN3 8GP
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Northamptonshire
Cherry Pharmacy - NN10 0NZ
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50
West Chemist - Northampton - NN2 7HG
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50

London
Claret Diagnostics Wembley - NW10 6HJ
Next Appointment: 02/12 10:00
Coopers Pharmacy & Travel Clinic - SM1 1BB
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50
Dollmead Pharmacy - NW10 3ND
Next Appointment: 02/12 10:00
East Hill Pharmacy - SW18 2QE
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
First Care Pharmacy - SE28 0NY
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Ghirs Pharmacy - E6 2SA
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Greenlight Healthcare - Victoria - SW1W 0LJ
Next Appointment: 01/12 17:00
Health Pharmacy - Rayners Lane - HA5 5DY
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Hodgetts Chemist - NW8 0AE
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50
John Bell & Croyden - W1U 2AU
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50
Keencare Pharmacy - Harrow - HA1 1BE
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Knightsbridge Pharmacy - SW3 1HW
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50
Leyton Orient Pharmacy - E10 5LG
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50
London Medical Laboratory King's Cross - WC1H 9PU
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
London Medical Laboratory Putney - SW15 6TQ
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Medicine Chest - SW10 0LR
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50
Murrays Pharmacy - N1 7QP
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50
My Private Chemist - EC2M 4NS
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Newmans Pharmacy - E13 8QE
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50
NL Clinic - N14 6BP
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Northfield Pharmacy - W13 9RL
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Pearl Chemist - Earlsfield - SW18 4SU
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:55
Pearl Chemist - Tooting - SW17 9NH
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50
Pearl Chemist - Wimbledon - SW19 5EG
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Pharmalite Pharmacy - SW120PL
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Procare Pharmacy - NW9 6RS
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Wellness Pharmacy - Tower Bridge - SE1 2NJ
Next Appointment: 02/12 11:00
Westbury Chemist - SW16 1BS
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Bournemouth
Clinic Visjeune - BH9 2BA
Next Appointment: 02/12 09:00

Ealing
Clinica Private Healthcare - W13 9AU
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Stafford
Cornwells Chemist - Holmcroft - ST16 1JG
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50

Newcastle-under-Lyme
Cornwells Chemist - Newcastle - ST5 1RB
Next Appointment: 02/12 10:00

Cardiff
Creigiau Pharmacy - CF15 9SE
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Hopwoods Pharmacy - CF23 9PL
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Edinburgh
Dears Pharmacy - Drylaw - EH4 2TX
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50
Dears Pharmacy - Easter Road - EH7 5RQ
Next Appointment: 02/12 09:00
Dears Pharmacy - Oxgangs - EH13 9LQ
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50

Fife
Dears Pharmacy - Dunfermline - KY12 7DR
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50
Dears Pharmacy - Oakley - KY12 9QH
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Pitteuchar, Glenrothes
Dears Pharmacy - Glenrothes - KY7 4RH
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50

Lochgelly
Dears Pharmacy - Lochgelly - KY5 9QN
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50

Luton
Denbigh Pharmacy - LU3 1NR
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Swindon
Epicare Health Pharmacy - SN1 5PL
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Eccleston
Fishlock Pharmacy - Eccleston - PR7 5SZ
Next Appointment: 02/12 09:00

Liverpool
Gordon Shorts Chemist - L23 3AT
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Orrell Park Pharmacy - L9 8AE
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50

Havant
Greywell Pharmacy - PO9 5AL
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Welling
Hayshine Pharmacy - DA16 1LN
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50

Southport
Hirshmans Chemist - PR8 3HW
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Notts
Jardines Beeston - NG9 2LA
Next Appointment: 02/12 10:00

Nottingham
Keyworth Pharmacy - NG125JT
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Birmingham
Laser Pharmacy - B11 4BS
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Nechells Pharmacy - B7 5PR
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45
Stag Chemist - B10 0UU
Next Appointment: 02/12 09:00

Epsom
London Medical Laboratory Epsom - KT17 2JE
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Guildford
London Medical Laboratory Guildford - GU1 4LB
Next Appointment: 02/12 09:30

Oxford
London Medical Laboratory Oxford - OX1 3EQ
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Slough
London Medical Laboratory Slough - SL1 1EE
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Edgware
Mango Pharmacy - Edgware - HA8 7HF
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50

Leicestershire
Mistrys Pharmacy - LE16 7NJ
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Rickmansworth
New Road Pharmacy - WD3 3HD
Next Appointment: 02/12 09:00

Leicester
Omcare Late Night Pharmacy - LE4 5AU
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Olney
Peak Pharmacy - Olney - MK46 4BA
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Derby
Peak Pharmacy - St Peter’s Street - DE1 2AB
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

Morden
Pearl Chemist – Harland Chemist - SM4 5RP
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:50

Altrincham
Riddings Pharmacy - WA15 6BP
Next Appointment: 02/12 10:00

Walsall
Touchwood Pharmacy - Pelsall Village - WS3 4LX
Next Appointment: 02/12 09:00

Hornchurch
Westland Medical Centre - RM11 3SD
Next Appointment: 01/12 16:45

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Analyses the following
Vitamin
Vitamin

This profile is to check your Vitamin D, Vitamin B12 and Folate levels. Vitamins are a group of substances that our bodies need for normal cell function, growth and development.

How does it work?

What can I expect from this Vitamin Profile?

This profile checks your Vitamin D, Vitamin B12 and Folate levels. These vitamins are all essential for your health and wellbeing. 

Vitamin B12 is particularly important for those on a plant-based diet. Low levels of Vitamin B12 and Folate can have very severe effects on blood and overall health. 

Vitamin D is also very important for anyone living in the UK. Up to a quarter of the population is low in Vitamin D at the end of winter. Low levels can cause a long list of health problems including fatigue, bone & muscle pain, depression and more.

Identifying conditions of this test

Vitamin (3 Biomarkers)

Vitamins are a group of substances that our bodies need for normal cell function, growth and development. Vitamin deficiencies can be the cause of a wide range of common symptoms and conditions.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a vitamin which is used in the regulation of calcium and magnesium absorption from the gut, it is also important for the growth and health of bones. Vitamin D comes from two sources; it can be ingested from foods and supplements or be produced in the skin once it is exposed to sunlight. Vitamin D tests are used to identify vitamin D deficiency and to monitor diseases that interfere with fat absorption like Crohn’s disease.

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is a vitamin which is necessary for the formation of red blood cells, tissue and cellular repairs and nerve health. It can be found in animal products such as poultry, milk and eggs. Vitamin B12 tests are used to help diagnose the cause of anaemia.

Folate

Folate (Vitamin B9) is a vitamin which is necessary for the formation of red blood cells, tissue and cellular repairs and is important during pregnancy. It can be found in leafy green vegetables, yeast and citrus fruits. Folate tests are used to help diagnose the cause of anaemia.

Watch our 60 second video to learn more about Vitamin Profile blood test

Vitamin Profile

How it works

Whether you use a home test or have your sample taken with one of our trained phlebotomists, our blood tests are quick and easy to use.

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FAQs

What do my Vitamin D results mean?

High levels may indicate over supplementation from pills or nutrition or can be from certain medical conditions. Low levels may be a sign of kidney disease. It may also mean you may not be getting adequate levels of sunlight or are not absorbing it efficiently.

What happens when my vitamin B12 is low?

If you are feeling tired or lethargic, suffer from headaches, have pale skin or have a low mood then it may be a sign that you have low vitamin B12 levels. You may also experience mouth ulcers, pins and needles irritability and be more prone to depression and extreme tiredness if particularly deficient. It is important to monitor and boost up your levels to prevent any permanent damage.

What are the symptoms of a low vitamin D level?

If you have a low level of vitamin D then you may be more tired, have aches and pains or may be feeling generally unwell. With more severe cases of vitamin D deficiency you may also struggle with strong pains and weakness. Diseases of the gastro intestinal tract which can cause malabsorption should also have routine vitamin D levels checked.

When should vitamin D levels be checked?

Vitamin D is largely made naturally in the skin through exposure to sunlight. Therefore, vitamin D levels are best checked during cooler seasons such as winter, spring and autumn, or if you regularly wear high coverage clothing. 1 in 5 adults in the UK are vitamin D deficient and may not be aware of it, so it is important to check your vitamin D levels regularly.

What are the symptoms of folate deficiency?

If you suffer from extreme tiredness, pins and needles, muscle weakness and unclear vision then you may be folate deficient. Sufficient folate levels are also vital for pregnant women as it helps develop the brain and spinal cord of the foetus.

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