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Tiredness/Fatigue Profile

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Northamptonshire
Cherry Pharmacy - NN10 0NZ
Next Appointment: 21/05 09:00

Edinburgh
Dears Pharmacy - Drylaw - EH4 2TX
Next Appointment: 21/05 09:00
Dears Pharmacy - Easter Road - EH7 5RQ
Next Appointment: 21/05 09:00
Dears Pharmacy - Oxgangs - EH13 9LQ
Next Appointment: 21/05 09:00

Fife
Dears Pharmacy - Dunfermline - KY12 7DR
Next Appointment: 21/05 09:00
Dears Pharmacy - Oakley - KY12 9QH
Next Appointment: 21/05 09:00

Pitteuchar, Glenrothes
Dears Pharmacy - Glenrothes - KY7 4RH
Next Appointment: 21/05 09:00

Lochgelly
Dears Pharmacy - Lochgelly - KY5 9QN
Next Appointment: 21/05 09:00

Chelmsford
Holland & Barrett Chelmsford - CM1 1BE
Next Appointment: 21/05 09:00

Kingston
Holland & Barrett Kingston - KT1 1RB
Next Appointment: 21/05 10:00

Manchester
Holland & Barrett Manchester - M1 1NN
Next Appointment: 21/05 10:00

London
Holland & Barrett Marble Arch - W1C 1LW
Next Appointment: 21/05 09:00
John Bell & Croyden - W1U 2AU
Next Appointment: 21/05 09:00
London Medical Laboratory King's Cross - WC1H 9PU
Next Appointment: 21/05 09:00
London Medical Laboratory Putney - SW15 6TQ
Next Appointment: 21/05 09:00
Mango Pharmacy - HA87HF
Next Appointment: 21/05 11:00
Pharmalite Pharmacy - SW120PL
Next Appointment: 21/05 09:00

Epsom
London Medical Laboratory Epsom - KT17 2JE
Next Appointment: 21/05 08:30

Guildford
London Medical Laboratory Guildford - GU1 4LB
Next Appointment: 21/05 08:30

Oxford
London Medical Laboratory Oxford - OX1 3EQ
Next Appointment: 21/05 09:00

Slough
London Medical Laboratory Slough - SL1 1EE
Next Appointment: 21/05 09:00

£30.00
Analyses the following
Blood Cells
Iron Studies
Thyroid
Vitamin
Blood Cells
Iron Studies
Thyroid
Vitamin

Discover clues in your blood as to why you may be feeling unusually tired or fatigued with this targeted profile. 

How does it work?

What can I expect from this Tiredness/Fatigue Profile?

This test is designed to discover clues in your blood as to why you may be feeling unusually tired or fatigued. It will give you information on on several common things that doctors look for in blood tests that may give physical reasons for tiredness. It includes a full blood count and tests for vitamin D, inflammation, iron levels including ferritin and thyroid function tests.

Identifying conditions of this test

Blood Cells (1 Biomarkers)

A full blood count can be used to check your overall health and can detect a wide range of issues such as infection, anemia and leukemia. A full blood count will look at your red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Please note that full blood counts can only be done through an in-store appointment and cannot be run on finger prick samples.

Full Blood Count

Full Blood Count (FBC) provides information about the different cells in the blood, these include the red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Red blood cells contain haemoglobin which carries oxygen to the different tissues in the body whereas white blood cells control the immune system and protects the body from foreign invaders such as bacteria and viruses. FBC testing are used as a screening test for various disorders like anaemia and infections.

Iron Studies (5 Biomarkers)

Iron studies are a set of blood tests used to measure the amount of iron carried in the blood and stored in the bodies tissues. Iron deficiency can be the cause of a wide range of symptoms such as fatigue, chest pains and a shortness of breath.

Iron

Iron is a mineral which is needed for making red blood cells, which transports oxygen in the blood, and important for healthy muscles, bone marrow and organ function. Iron is measured to show the amount of iron in the blood. Low levels of iron can indicate anaemia whereas high levels can indicate liver disease.

Total Iron Binding Concentration

Total Iron Binding Concentration (TIBC) is the maximum amount of iron that can be transported in the blood. Iron is used for the transportation of oxygen in the blood. TIBC tests are used to determine iron status and its absorption. This can be used to help diagnose Anaemia and iron overload conditions such as Haemochromatosis. Your TIBC will be impaired if you also have existing liver disease.

Unsaturated Iron Binding Concentration

Unsaturated Iron Binding Concentration (UIBC) is the amount of transferrin that is reserved for the iron transportation. Iron is used for the transportation of oxygen in the blood. UIBC tests are used to monitor treatment for iron toxicity.

Ferritin

Ferritin is a blood protein that is used to store iron. Iron is used for the transportation of oxygen in the blood. It is measured to understand how much iron the body stores. Ferritin test are used to diagnose anaemia and liver disease.

Transferrin

Transferrin is an iron-binding glycoprotein that is produced by the liver. It is used to transport iron which transports oxygen in the blood. Transferrin tests are used to determine iron status and can be used to diagnose anaemia.

Thyroid (2 Biomarkers)

Thyroid disorders are common but often remain undiagnosed. If your thyroid isn't functioning properly it can cause tiredness, mood problems and weight issues.

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) are made by the pituitary gland in the brain to stimulate the thyroid gland (located by the throat). The hormones that are produced are used to regulate weight, body temperature and muscle strength. Levels of TSH are measured as it is an indicator of thyroid disease and is commonly tested with Free T4 and Free T3.

Free T4 (throxine)

Free T4 (free thyroxine) is a hormone produced by the thyroid gland. This hormone is involved in several body functions including metabolism and growth. It can be used for the diagnosis of thyroid diseases such as hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism as well as aiding the diagnosis of female infertility problems. Free T4 is commonly tested with Free T3 and TSH.

Vitamin (1 Biomarkers)

Vitamins are a group of substances that our bodies need for normal cell function, growth and development. Vitamin deficiencies can be the cause of a wide range of common symptoms and conditions.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a vitamin which is used in the regulation of calcium and magnesium absorption from the gut, it is also important for the growth and health of bones. Vitamin D comes from two sources; it can be ingested from foods and supplements or be produced in the skin once it is exposed to sunlight. Vitamin D tests are used to identify vitamin D deficiency and to monitor disease that interfere with fat absorption like Crohn’s disease.

How it works

Whether you use a home test or have your sample taken with one of our trained phlebotomists, our blood tests are quick and easy to use.

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FAQs

Why do I feel tired all the time?

Common complaints of excessive fatigue can be due to a variety of reasons, some of which include low levels of vitamin B12, vitamin D and iron. Routine tests can help identify these causes and treat accordingly with your doctor.

How does my thyroid affect my energy levels?

Your thyroid gland is a key regulator in many processes in the body. If you happen to have an underactive thyroid gland, your metabolism may slow down a lot. This can cause fatigue and lead to increased weight. It may feel like you are constantly needing to take a nap during the day or not having enough energy to exercise

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