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An iron test measures different substances in the blood to check iron levels in the body.

 

The different kinds of blood iron tests are as follows:

  • Serum iron test: measures iron levels in the blood
  • Transferrin test: measures transferrin protein
  • Ferritin blood test: measures iron stored in the body
  • Total iron-binding capacity (TIBC): measures iron binding to proteins
  • Thalassemia Profile: It checks the over buildup of iron in the blood.

 

Iron deficiency can cause symptoms like fatigue, weakness, and pale skin. Testing for iron levels is important to detect deficiencies early. Tests can also determine if blood iron levels are too high, indicating iron overload. Proper testing can assess the effectiveness of medications or treatments.

 

For men, the typical range for serum iron levels is between 80-180 mcg/dL or 14-32 μmol/L (SI units). For women aged 19-50 years old, the average range falls between 60-160 mcg/dL or 11-29 μmol/L (SI units), and for newborns, it is between 100- 250 mcg/dL. The range may vary with different laboratories.

 

 Iron deficiency anaemia is diagnosed by blood tests, including the Complete Blood Test (CBC), which typically measures the levels of red and white blood cells, haemoglobin, and platelets.

 

Signs of iron deficiency, such as shortness of breath, faster heartbeat, cold hands and feet, mouth sores, and difficulty swallowing, can be evaluated at home. Booking an at-home iron test can help assess iron levels in the body.

 

High iron levels can be caused by various factors, such as haemochromatosis, excessive iron supplementation, or certain medical conditions.

 

Iron tests are a diagnostic procedure used to check the iron level in the body. Iron is an essential mineral that your body needs to make red blood cells. Red blood cells carry oxygen throughout your body. Iron is also healthy for muscles, bone marro Read More

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