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  1. Anemia Panel- 18 Tests

    This 18 test anemia panel includes all tests needed to diagnose the degree and cause of anemia including a CBC panel (red blood cells, hemoglobin, etc), Ferritin, Iron, Total Iron Binding Capacity, Folate, and Vitamin B-12

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  2. CBC + CMP + Lipids

    This panel includes CBC (Complete Blood Count) with differential, CMP (Comprehensive Metabolic Panel), and Lipid Panel (LDL, HDL, Triglycerides). There are a total of 30 tests included in this panel for a very low price.




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  3. CBC - Complete Blood Count

    A complete blood count CBC with differential test panel measures several components of your blood including:Red blood cells, which carry oxygen, White blood cells, which fight infection, Hemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying protein in red blood cells, Hematocrit, the proportion of red blood cells to the fluid component in your blood (which correlated with blood thickness), and Platelets, which help with blood clotting. This is also called Complete Blood Count (CBC) with Differential and Platelets Blood Test


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  4. Ferritin

    Ferritin is a protein that stores iron. Red blood cells need iron to form normally and carry oxygen around your body. Low levels of ferritin lead to iron deficiency anemia, which means you have too few red blood cells. High levels of ferritin can damage your joints, heart, liver, and pancreas.

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  5. Zinc - Red Blood Cell (RBC) Content

    This test measures Zinc levels in red blood cells (RBC). Red blood cell (RBC) analysis is an invaluable method for assessing insufficiency or excess of elements that have important functions within cells or on blood cell membranes. It may be more accurate than testing Zinc in blood serum.

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CBC Complete Blood Count

Your doctor may recommend a complete blood count (CBC) for various reasons. However, medical practitioners generally use CBC blood tests to evaluate your overall health and diagnose a wide range of conditions, including anemia, leukemia, and infections. Essentially, your blood count should maintain a normal range if you are healthy. An abnormal increase or drop in blood count may indicate an underlying medical condition, calling for further investigation.

At Discounted Labs, our goal is to facilitate accurate, convenient, and efficient CBC complete blood count testing. Whether you need affordable hormone tests for men or need a complete blood test report to examine your health, Discounted Labs will help you conveniently test the key biomarkers to monitor your health or response to different treatments. Here's a quick overview of the CBC panel, including when you should have one and what the results mean.

What Is Tested in Complete Blood Count Testing?

CBC tests evaluate specific constituents of your blood sample, including red blood cells, white blood cells, hemoglobin, hematocrit, and platelets. Red blood cells are responsible for carrying oxygen and contain hemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying protein. White blood cells fight infections while platelets help with clotting. Hematocrit is the proportion of red blood cells in relation to other fluid constituents (plasma) in your blood sample.

What Is a CBC Test For?

CBC is a common blood count test done for various reasons that fall under two broad categories as follows:

For Health Review and Medical Diagnosis

Doctors may recommend a CBC to assess your overall health and make sure there are no underlying medical conditions. For instance, it may be required to complete various checks in women's lab test panels or male hormone lab test panels to ensure hormone levels and CBC variables are within the normal range.

The complete blood count evaluates these three cellular components of blood. Some medical conditions, such as anemia or thrombocytopenia (high level of white cells), are defined by marked increases or decreases in blood cell counts. Changes in many organ systems may affect the blood, so CBC results are useful for investigating a wide range of conditions. Because of the amount of information it provides, the complete blood count is one of the most commonly performed medical laboratory tests. The CBC panel is also vital in diagnosing infections. A platelet count blood test, for instance, may help determine whether poor clotting is the cause of your bleeding. As such, your physician may request a CBC if you are experiencing fever, fatigue, weakness, bruising, inflammation, or bleeding.

Monitoring Medical Conditions and Treatment

A complete blood cell count test is vital if you have been diagnosed with a blood condition that affects your blood count. Doctors use results from the CBC to monitor developments and design better treatment plans. The same goes for patients using medication that affects the blood count. In most cases, it is a combination of the two. If you are diagnosed with low blood count, the doctor may prescribe medication to increase your blood count and use CBC results to track your progress. You can also find cheap allergy blood tests for sale to help you diagnose common allergies.

Full Blood Count Test Cost

A full blood count will include all tests mentioned above (red and white blood cell counts, platelet count, hemoglobin count, and hematocrit. The CBC test cost varies greatly and depends on various factors, including whether you have or lack medical insurance and the type. At Discounted Labs, our goal is to make CBCs affordable and easy to complete. Our CBC and CMP panels are under $30. In addition to red blood cell tests, the CBC panel provides:

Platelet Count Blood Test

Our CBC tests feature platelet count to help determine conditions, such as thrombocytosis and thrombocytopenia, which might push the count beyond the normal range of 150,000 to 450,000 platelets per microliter of blood. Discounted Labs can help you complete a platelet blood test without visiting a clinic — simply order the CBC test panel!

White Blood Cell Count Test

Our white blood cell count tests only require a small blood sample to help you determine the number of white blood cells in your blood. Also known as WBC, this test can assist in diagnosing infections and underlying medical conditions that influence your immune response. Place your order today or contact us for more information!