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A haemoglobin test is done to examine the level of haemoglobin in your blood.
Frequently Asked Questions
A haemoglobin test is predominantly used to check for anaemia, a condition in which your red blood cells are fewer than it should be. If you are anaemic, your cells will not receive the kind of oxygen it should.
Your doctor will recommend haemoglobin test for you if you show symptoms of anaemia like weakness, dizziness, pale skin and cold feet and hands.
Also if your family has a history of thalassemia, this test will be recommended for you. Moreover, if you diet lacks iron and minerals, you might have to take the test.
A haemoglobin test measures the amount of haemoglobin in your blood. Haemoglobin is a protein in your red blood cells that carries oxygen from your lungs to the crucial parts of your body. If your haemoglobin levels are abnormal, it is an indication that you have a blood disease.
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