Advanced Anaemia Test

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Get to the bottom of your tiredness with a very detailed blood test to check for both anaemia and its common causes.

Choose how you'd like to collect your blood sample and post it to our lab. Your sample will be analysed by our UKAS-accredited lab partner (who also test for the NHS) and you'll get your results and doctor's report in days.


Anaemia StatusIron StatusEssential Vitamins
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Our Advanced Anaemia Test is for you if...

  • You want to know if you have anaemia or low haemoglobin.

  • You also want to check for the common causes of anaemia.

  • You need a simple test you can take at home.

How does the
Advanced Anaemia Test help you?

Dr Claire Merrifield

Dr Claire Merrifield

GP, PhD and our Medical Director

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Anaemia is a condition where your blood doesn’t carry enough oxygen to the places your body needs it. Anaemia may sound serious, but it’s very common and is often the root cause of symptoms like:

  • Tiredness and fatigue
  • Shortness of breath
  • Light-headedness
  • Pale skin Anaemia is usually caused by either losing blood from somewhere or not making enough haemoglobin (that’s your blood’s oxygen-carrying molecule). For example, women (pre-menopausal) will lose blood with their monthly cycle, and this can often cause anaemia. Vegetarians and vegans may not get enough iron or vitamin B12 in their diet which can also be a cause. Our advanced anaemia blood test will not only check if you have anaemia but also screen for common causes. This means you’ll know what to change in your diet or lifestyle, or which supplements will sort it out.
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What's tested in your Advanced Anaemia Test?

  • Anaemia Status

    A 'full blood count' checks your haemoglobin level along with the other core cell counts and measurements in your blood.


  • Iron Status

    Iron deficiency is one of the commonest causes of anaemia. Women before the menopause and people on plant-based diets are at particularly high risk of iron deficiency.


  • Essential Vitamins

    Vitamin B12 deficiency is a common cause of anaemia, particularly in people on a plant-based diet


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