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Ceruloplasmin,Serum Test

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Test Name :

Ceruloplasmin,Serum Test

Sample Type :

Blood

Gender :

Both

Age group :

All Age Groups

Report Timeline :

Within 24hrs

Pre-test Instruction :

No specific preparation required

This Test Includes :

1 Tests

Price :

₹ 1200

Ceruloplasmin,Serum Test Includes:
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

Ceruloplasmin is a protein that is found in the blood. It is used to help transport copper in the body. A ceruloplasmin test measures the level of this protein in the blood.

A ceruloplasmin test is used to diagnose Wilson's disease, a rare inherited disorder that causes copper to build up in the body. Ceruloplasmin is a protein that helps the body get rid of excess copper.

Most people with Wilson's disease are diagnosed between the ages of 5 and 35. If you have any symptoms of Wilson's disease, your doctor will likely recommend a ceruloplasmin test. Your doctor may also recommend a ceruloplasmin test if you have a family member with Wilson's disease.

The normal range of ceruloplasmin levels in the blood is 20 to 60 micrograms per deciliter (mcg/dL). Ceruloplasmin is a protein that helps with the transportation and utilization of copper in the body.

If you are wondering how to lower your ceruloplasmin test results, there are a few things you can do.

  • First, talk to your doctor about any medications you are taking. Certain medications can increase ceruloplasmin levels. If you are taking any of these medications, your doctor may adjust your dosage or switch you to a different medication.
  • Second, make sure you are getting enough copper in your diet. Copper is needed for the production of ceruloplasmin. Good sources of copper include nuts, seeds, beans, whole grains, and dark leafy vegetables. Your doctor may recommend a supplement if you are not getting enough copper from your diet.
  • Third, avoid exposure to lead. Lead can increase ceruloplasmin levels. If you work with lead or live in an area with high levels of lead in the water supply, talk to your doctor about ways to protect yourself from lead exposure.
  • Fourth, exercise regularly. Exercise has been shown to lower ceruloplasmin levels. Try to get at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise most days of the week.

There are no risks associated with having a ceruloplasmin test because it is a simple and safe procedure.

If you're scheduled for a ceruloplasmin test, there's no need to prepare in advance. Just be sure to follow your doctor's instructions on when to fast or stop taking certain medications before the test.

In order to have an accurate ceruloplasmin test, you must fast for at least 8 hours prior to the blood draw.

Yes, home sample collection is available for Ceruloplasmin Test. One can opt for home collection while booking a test through Max Lab.

Ceruloplasmin Test Normal Range Sample Male Female
Serum 20 – 60 mg/ dL 20 – 60 mg/ dL

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