Is there any method to diagnose any specific vitamin deficiency?
Complete blood count (CBC) can diagnose anemia. But is there any method to diagnose any specif vitamin deficiency?
I agree with JTomp. There are blood tests for all vitamins and minerals. For instance, I was diagnosed with low Vitamin D, which is more common in women. I'm sure you could get tested for anything where there is a concern.
You body tells you everything. Any abnormality, like pains, hair fall, weakness, fatigue, skin reactions, weak eyesight, frequent cough and cold should be paid attention to. It is advisable to get it diagnosed by the recommended test by the physician.
I agree, blood test will give the most accurate results.
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