KITS NOT PERMITTED FOR USE IN NY, NJ, RI. Test-taker must be 18+. Can be purchased with HSA/FSA
Lets you check key markers of inflammation in your body - from the comfort and privacy of your home
Measures vitamin D (25-OHD) and high-sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP) levels, which reveals if your body is experiencing inflammation
Step-by-step instructions guide you through testing process
Easy sample collection method - only requires a few drops of blood from your fingertip
Results in just days - which you can share with your doctor and view securely on an online, HIPAA-compliant platform
Package Quantity: 1
Results Timing: 3 days
Test Substance: Blood
Results Indication: Digital Display
Item Number (DPCI): 094-12-9480
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Detect inflammation in your body - the quick-and-easy way - with this at-home Vitamin D and Inflammation Test. This test can help you determine the amount of inflammation you're experiencing - if any - as well as uncover a deficiency in vitamin D. Taking the test is straightforward - and can be done from the comfort of home. Simply collect a few drops of blood, then send your sample to EverlyWell's partner lab (using the prepaid shipping label in the kit). Receive your results just days later - on a secure online platform - including a physician-friendly report you can share with your doctor.
Easy to use. Medicare doesn't cover Vitamin D test, so I decided it was well worth my while to get it done myself and review every six months or so just to ensure my levels are staying in optimum range. Love the convenience!
It seems many adults are low regarding Vitamin D. To better adjust your lack of consuming the vitamin, wouldn't you rather discover that data now or after you accidentally fall and are diagnosed?! Why not discover the fact in your 40's then in your 60's! Making changes in my daily life in foods, vitamins and safely absorbing rays of sunshine. These changes only after I took (3) different Everlywell tests and received the results. I feel better after making immediate changes to my food and vitamin selection.
I now know I have too much inflammation and I'm not deficient in Vitamin D. I pretty much knew I had ongoing inflammation due to a torn MCL that just won't heal and has continued swelling and pain. Now I have to try to control the inflammation which I was already doing. I wouldn't buy it again because I usually already know what's wrong with me but if your searching this would probably be a good place to start!