Pernicious Anaemia Blood Test
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- Red Blood Cells
- White Blood Cells
- Clotting Status
- Iron Status
Red Blood Cells (7 Biomarkers)
White Blood Cells (6 Biomarkers)
Clotting Status (2 Biomarkers)
Iron Status (1 Biomarker)
Vitamins (3 Biomarkers)
Autoimmunity (1 Biomarker)
Special instructionsDo not take vitamin B12 supplements for two weeks prior to this test. If you are taking B12 supplements prescribed by your doctor you should ask them whether you should stop before testing. Do not take biotin supplements for 2 days prior to this test. If you are taking prescribed biotin you should discuss this with your doctor. Do not take vitamin B12 for two weeks prior to this test. If your B12 is prescribed ask your doctor whether you should stop before testing. You should take this test before you take any vitamin or mineral supplements.
Why take this test?
- You have symptoms of low vitamin B12 and want to check your status
- You've had a blood test where your vitamin B12 was borderline and you want to rule out pernicious anaemia
- You have an autoimmune condition which you know raises your risk of pernicious anaemia
- You want to get an early diagnosis so that you can begin treatment and improve your symptoms.
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