- Mail-in kit for home use
- Test in just 5 minutes
- Lab results in 2-5 days
- 100% pain free
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What is an At Home Heavy Metals blood screening test?
The Heavy metal blood test is a group of tests that measure the levels of ten potentially harmful metals (Arsenic, Bromine, Cadmium, Creatinine, Iodine, Lithium, Magnesium, Mercury, Selenium, and Zinc). The myLAB Box at home heavy metals test kit is used to find out if you have been exposed to certain metals, and how much of the metal is in your system. Screening involves simple blood tests that reports on the levels of the heavy metals in the body. These sample collections can be conveniently performed from the comfort of home.
Included: 1 Heavy Metals test kit, and a pre-addressed return envelope (Postage Paid)
Why should I consider taking an At Home Heavy Metals Test?
You should consider taking this test if you have had a history of exposure to, or believe you may have been exposed to, potentially harmful levels of arsenic, bromine, cadmium, creatinine, iodine, lithium, magnesium, mercury, selenium, or zinc.
If you have symptoms of heavy metal poisoning such as any of the following, you should immediately consult with your healthcare provider:
- Nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain
- Tingling in the hands and feet
- Shortness of breath
- Generalized weakness
Will I need to do anything to prepare for the at home heavy metals test?
Some fish and shellfish contain high levels of mercury, so you should avoid eating seafood for 48 hours before being tested.
What do the results of my at home heavy metals test mean?
If your heavy metal tests show high levels of a metal, you will need to completely avoid exposure to that metal and consult with your healthcare provider. Your health care provider may recommend chelation therapy. Chelation therapy is a treatment where you take a pill or get an injection that works to remove excess metals from your body.
If your heavy metal tests are low, but you still have symptoms of exposure, it is still recommended that you see your healthcare provider.