About the Anaemia

Anaemia is a common blood disorder characterized by a lower-than-normal level of red blood cells or hemoglobin, resulting in reduced oxygen-carrying capacity in the body. Our testing package determines the type of anaemia and guides effective treatment options. So, you can seek the necessary support from healthcare professionals.

Buy Now

1. Full Blood Count

2. Iron Status

3. Additional

Additional Services

Personal Health Measurements

Personal Health Measurement can provide a comprehensive assessment of your overall health, helping you to identify any areas of concern and make informed decisions about your health and well-being.

The following tests are typically included in a Personal Health Measurement:

Frequently asked questions

The Anaemia package includes a series of tests specifically designed to assess your blood parameters and iron status. It identifies the underlying causes of anaemia, such as iron deficiency, vitamin deficiencies, or other blood disorders. So, you can get appropriate diagnosis and treatment.

In most cases, fasting is not required for anaemia tests. However, it is advisable to follow any specific instructions provided by your healthcare provider or the testing facility. It is important to inform them about any medications or supplements you are taking as they might affect the test results.

While the Anaemia package provides valuable information about your blood parameters and iron status, it may not provide a definitive diagnosis for the exact cause of your anaemia. It serves as a starting point to identify potential causes, and further consultation with a healthcare professional is recommended for a comprehensive evaluation and accurate diagnosis.

The turnaround time for test results depends on the testing facility and tests performed. Typically, you receive the results within a few days to a week. It is best to inquire with the testing facility about the estimated time frame for receiving your results.

The Personal Health Measurements included in the Anaemia package provide valuable insights into your overall health and may help identify certain risk factors associated with anaemia. Measurements such as BMI, waist circumference, and blood pressure can provide indications of your general health status and potential correlations with anaemia.

The Iron Status test evaluates various parameters related to iron levels in your blood, including iron, total iron-binding capacity (TIBC), unsaturated iron-binding capacity (UIBC), transferrin saturation, and ferritin. These measurements can help determine if you have low iron levels, which is a common cause of iron deficiency anaemia.