Methylmalonic Acid (MMA) Urine Test
£134.00Terms and Conditions apply
- Kidney Health
Vitamins (2 Biomarkers)
Kidney Health (1 Biomarker)
Special instructionsDo not take vitamin B12 for one week prior to this test. If your B12 is prescribed ask your doctor whether you should stop before testing.
The measurement of raised methylmalonic acid levels in the blood or urine is a useful and sensitive early indicator of a vitamin B12 deficiency. Vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms usually develop gradually but can worsen if the condition goes untreated. Symptoms include fatigue, feeling faint, pale skin and heart palpitations.
This test measures the level of methylmalonic acid in the urine.
Why take this test?
- You want an early indicator of a vitamin B12 deficiency
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The problem with testing total vitamin B12 levels
A vitamin B12 deficiency is a common health condition that is notoriously difficult to spot and diagnose. Find out more about why an active vitamin B12 test is a more accurate way of diagnosing a vitamin B12 deficiency compared to a total B12 test.