Vitamin D Deficiency Symptom Checker​

Answer these questions to see how your status stacks up.
*The results of the symptom checker are not for ideal diagnostic purpose and are not meant to substitute for a professional diagnosis by a physician.



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Which of the following best describe you?

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Do you apply sunscreen or sunblock when you are outdoor?

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Which of the following describes your diet intake?

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Frequent fatigue
(you are getting 7-8 hours of sleep but still feel fatigue throughout the day)

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Muscle pain and weakness
(muscle pain without specific cause such as injury or workout)

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Frequent infections
(catching cold and flu frequently)

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Receding gum
(The gum tissue surrounding the tooth wears away, exposing the tooth’s root)

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Frequent fractures of bones

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Frequent body aches and pain without an obvious cause

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Having decreased grip strength

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Having brittle and weak nails

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Do you have Thyroid disorder (hyper or hypothyroid)?

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    Benefits of Vitamin D

    Increase absorption of calcium and phosphate in body

    For stronger bones and teeth development

    Help to build muscle strength

    Support health system

    Did You Know?​

    Despite staying in tropical country receiving an average of 8 hours of intense sunlight daily, Malaysians still have high prevalence of Vitamin D insufficiency

    8 out of 10 healthy Malaysian adolescents are not taking sufficient Vitamin D2

    74% of Malay, 68% of Indians and 38% of Chinese women aged 18-40 years old in Kuala Lumpur were reported to have vitamin D insufficiency1

    71.3% of Malay and 12.2% of Chinese postmenopausal women aged 50-65 years have vitamin D insufficiency3


    1. Al-Sadat N. Majid HA, Sim PY et al. 2016. Vitamin D deficiency in Malaysian adolescents aged 13 years: findings from the Malaysia Health and Adolescents Longitudinal Research Team study (My HeARTs). BMJ Open.

    2. Rahman SA, Chee WS, Yassin Z et al. 2004. Vitamin D status among postmenopausal Malaysian women. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr. 13: 255-60.

    3. Recommended Nutrient Intakes Malaysia 2017.