MyBio Iron Deficiency Test can be performed on anyone, however, Iron deficiency affects women more than men. The elderly, pregnant and breastfeeding women, vegetarians and vegans, and professional athletes most commonly suffer from iron deficiency. Long-term iron deficiency can lead to anemia.
Our test can give you an indication of low iron levels in your blood. The test can be performed from the privacy of your own home and will give you quick and reliable results in just minutes.
Anemia is a condition that develops when your blood produces a lower-than-normal amount of healthy red blood cells. If you have anemia, your body does not get enough oxygen-rich blood. The lack of oxygen can make you feel tired or weak. Source
Why to choose MyBio self tests:
✓ Easy to use in the comfort of your home
✓ Quick, reliable & accurate results - in minutes
✓ Affordable home tests that help get answers about your health
✓ Available to anyone, online & instore
✓ Safe & strictly regulated
✓ Same technology used in hospital/clinical laboratories
What it does?
Iron Deficiency Test tests levels of Ferritin in the blood - gives you an indication of a possible iron deficiency.
Who is it for?
Iron deficiency affects women more than men. The elderly, pregnant and breastfeeding women, vegetarians and vegans, and professional athletes most commonly suffer from iron deficiency.
Why would I want to do this test?
The MyBio™ Iron Deficiency Test delivers reliable, quick and clear answers to the question "Am I low in iron?" in the privacy of their own home.
Why do we need iron? Without enough iron, there aren't enough red blood cells to transport oxygen, which leads to fatigue.
Early Diagnosis - Long-term iron deficiency can lead to anemia. This means that your blood is not able to supply your cells and organs with sufficient oxygen.
Anaemia is characterized by paleness, fatigue, dizziness and weakness. In addition, some other symptoms such as brittle nails, cracked skin around the corners of the mouth, hair loss and headaches can occur. Low ferritin may also indicate hypothyroidism, vitamin C deficiency or celiac disease.
While this is a very common issue for females it is easily treated if you know you're low in iron. It is thus important that women test regularly for Ferritin levels.
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