What is the Advanced Tiredness & Fatigue Blood Test?
Any person’s energy level and tone will change immediately after learning how to combat the common causes of fatigue. Exhaustion could signify much more serious conditions that specialists must treat.
Why get an Advanced Tiredness & Fatigue Blood test?
Low levels of iron, vitamin D or B12 could trigger fatigue, anxiety and malaise. Simple physical exercises such as climbing stairs or walking short distances can cause fatigue.
TSH: it measures the thyroid-stimulating hormone amount in your blood.
TT3: it is one of the main thyroid hormones, and it measures the amount of it in your blood.
TT4: it measures the amount of thyroxine in your blood, which is produced by the thyroid gland and helps control metabolism and growth.
FT3: it measures the amount of free triiodothyronine in your blood.
FT4: it helps you understand how well your thyroid gland is working.
Vitamin B12: helps produce your red blood cells, which carry oxygen around your body.
Vitamin D: measures how much vitamin D you have in your blood, which is essential for healthy bones, teeth and muscles.
Iron: helps carry oxygen from your lungs to the rest of the body.
CRP HS (C-Reactive Protein High Sensitivity): measures levels of inflammation in your body.
Ferritin: measures the amount of iron your body stores.
TIBC: measures the amount of iron in your blood.
Magnesium: is a metallic element found in the bones and is essential to life. Measures the amount of magnesium in your blood.
Sodium helps regulate the amount of water in and around your cells.
Zinc: is a crucial mineral that cells use to metabolise nutrients.
Copper: helps make melanin, bone, and connective tissue.
Potassium: is a mineral that helps: nerves and muscles “communicate” nutrients move into cells. And waste products move out of cells.
HbA1c (Glycated Haemoglobin) is a chemical analysis of sugar and measures your average blood sugar levels over the past three months.
Microalbumin: detects early signs of kidney damage.
Glucose: measures your blood sugar level at a specific time.
Haematocrit (HCT): volume percentage of red blood cells in the blood.
Haemoglobin: carries oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body.
MCH (Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin): average haemoglobin contained in one of your red blood cells. (Complete blood count test near me, also known as CBC Test near me)
MCHC (Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin Concentration): haemoglobin concentration in a given volume of a packed red blood cell.
MCV (Mean Corpuscular Volume): average volume of a red blood corpuscle.
RDW-CV: measures the differences in the volume and size of your red blood cells in percentage.
RDW-SD: measures the differences in the volume and size of your red blood cells in femtoliters.
Red Cell Count (RBC): measures how many red blood cells you have.
White Cell Count (WBC): measures how many white blood cells you have.
Basophils: protects your body from bacteria.
Eosinophils: combat parasites and certain infections.
Lymphocytes: fight bacterial and viral infections.
Monocytes: remove dead or damaged cells from your blood.
Neutrophils: fight your body infection.
MPV (Mean Platelet Volume): indicates the production of the fragmented cells of your bone marrow.
Platelet Count: measures how many platelets you have in your blood. They are parts of the blood that help in your blood.
How does our Clinic Visit test work?
Please make your appointment online and visit us on-site to have your blood drawn by our Registered Nurse. Please note that you must present your ID for your appointment.
- Do not take biotin supplements two days before the appointment.
- Please don’t take your medication or vitamin/mineral supplements before the appointment.
How long do blood test results take?
The target turnaround time for the Advanced Tiredness & Fatigue blood test results is 1 working day. The turnaround time is a guide only and will sometimes depend upon assay run schedules.
Missed appointments or cancellations less than 24 hours prior are not entitled to refunds. Rescheduling is possible but not guaranteed. Please contact the customer service prior to the appointment time to discuss cost and availability options. Please note that we do not draw blood from children under 16 years old.