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Heavy Metals Check Up

A heavy metal blood test is a group of tests that measure the levels of potentially harmful metals in the blood. 

Screen through at least 8 common heavy metals that include:

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Lead (Pb)

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Mercury (Hg)

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Manganese (Mn)

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Arsenic (As)

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Nickel (Ni)

Heavy metals can get in your system in different ways. You might breathe them in, eat them, or absorb them through your skin. If too much metal gets into your body, it can cause heavy metal poisoning. Heavy metal poisoning can lead to serious health problems. These include organ damage, behavioral changes, and difficulties with thinking and memory. The specific symptoms and how it will affect you, depend on the type of metal and how much of it is in your system.

Your Symptoms May Include:

What's Included

Your blood and urine will be extracted from the location of your choice, and will include a complimentary doctors consultation and summary report, detailing the following indicators.

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Renal

Function Test

  • BUN

  • Creatinine + GFR

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Heavy Metals Screening

  • Lead Concentration

  • Mercury Concentration

  • Manganese Concentration

  • Arsenic Concentration

  • Nickel Concentration

  • Cadmium Concentration

  • Chromium Concentration

  • Cobalt Concentration

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