Blood Diagnostic Testing Service
We offer a comprehensive Blood Diagnostic Testing Service in conjunction with local laboratories. This vitamin deficiency test in London is one of the first available in Marylebone.Determining the body’s native vitamin and mineral levels before any IV/IM injection provides a benchmark against which the results of vitamin nutrient therapy can be evaluated. Levels of thiamine (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2), niacin (vitamin B3), pyridoxine (vitamin B6) and biotin (vitamin B7) can be gauged by taking a blood sample and measuring the activation of a particular red blood cell enzyme. Non-vitamin co-factors can also be measured and in this respect, we offer iron deficiency testing.
Levels of fat-soluble vitamins and ascorbic acid (vitamin C) are measured directly in blood serum. Vitamin D levels are measured using a finger prick, blood spot sample.
At Vitamin Injections London, we offer the following vitamin deficiency test in London:
- Vitamin C - £60.00
- Vitamin B12 - £70.00
- Vitamin B Complex - £125.00
- Vitamin D - £90.00
- Iron - £60.00
- Full Package (Vitamin C, B12, B Complex, D and Iron) - £360.00
- Before & After Package (Full Package Times Two) - £600.00
What to expect
Your blood sample will be taken by your IV/IM practitioner, packaged and sent to the lab within 24 hours. Your vitamin deficiency test will be available within 7-12 days.
Why do I need it?
We can use blood diagnostic testing to accurately determine which IV/IM therapy you would benefit from the most. This is a 100% safe process and helps our IV/IM practitioners to recommend the most appropriate treatments for you based on your test results.
Our full package option is the ideal choice for those who are unsure about which vitamin(s) they might be deficient in, allowing you to tailor-make a treatment plan with your IV/IM practitioner. Should you wish, your blood diagnostic tests can be repeated at the end of your treatment cycle, providing you with an accurate measure of the improvements gained from our injections.