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Phosphorous (P) Testing

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How to check your Phosphorous levels with a home fingerprick blood test kit

What Is A Phosphorous Test For?

A Phosphorous test is also known as a Phosphate, PO4 test.

Phosphorous is a mineral that is required to build strong teeth and bones.

It is also needed for a nerve signalling (when the brain sends signals through our nerves) and muscle contraction.

Abnormal levels of phosphorous can occur in the presence of bone, liver and kidney diseases.

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Phosphorous Testing UK Statistics 2021

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25.0% of people tested have Phosphorous levels which are too high.

And 10.0% have levels that are too low.

The average Phosphorous result is 1.3 mmol/L
Note what is normal for you may differ for your age and gender.

Human female body

Women tend to report higher phosphorous blood levels in their blood than men.

As many as one in four women tested have high levels of Phosphorous

Normal range test results

65.0%

of people have Phosphorous blood levels in the normal range. Do you?

Are you in the 65.0% with normal results?

What If Phosphorous Test Levels Are High?

What If Phosphorous Test Levels Are High?

Higher than normal levels of phosphate can lead to calcium deposits in the organs, especially the kidneys, so should be considered alongside your calcium levels.

Phosphate levels can be associated with excessive supplementation, but can also indicate other conditions and should be investigated further.

What If Phosphorous Test Levels Are Low?

What If Phosphorous Test Levels Are Low?

It is uncommon for dietary deficiencies to cause low phosphorous but it can occur if you are malnourished or suffer from alcoholism.

Low levels of phosphate (hypophosphataemia) can also be associated with hypercalcaemia (high levels of calcium) as well as a wide range of other conditions.

Further investigation is required to determine the cause and any possible treatments.

How To Test Phosphorous?

Health testing for Phosphorous levels in your blood

The Phosphorous (P) Test allows you to accurately check your levels of Phosphorous in a fingerprick blood sample.

You can check your Phosphorous levels by buying a home fingerprick blood test kit below. Your sample is then professionally analysed in an accredited laboratory for total reassurance. The Vitall Bone Health (Osteoporosis) Home Test Kit includes a Phosphorous test and is available for just £99.

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Other Biomarkers Often Tested With Phosphorous

Why Take The Phosphorous Test?

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Who Should Take The Phosphorous Blood Test?

using a home fingerprick blood test kit.

You get the convenience of home testing with the reassurance of professional clinical analysis. Your results are delivered quickly & securely online.

This Bone Health (Osteoporosis) Test is advised if you:

  • are aged over 50, especially if you are a woman;
  • are an Asian or Caucasian woman, who are at higher risk of osteoporosis;
  • are currently menopausal, which can lead to deficiencies;
  • are smaller framed or petite with smaller bones;
  • are, or have been, a smoker;
  • drink alcohol regularly or are a binge drinker;
  • have family history of osteoporosis;
  • have had fractures before, indicating your bones may not be as strong;
  • have had gastrointestinal disease (e.g. IBS);
  • want the convenience of home testing without waiting for a GP appointment;
  • need a high quality, clinically accredited test done in a professional clinical laboratory.

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How Much Do Bone Health Tests Cost?

The Vitall bone health test is available online for just £99. Your home test kit will be dispatched by free first class post for delivery to your door.

For the best value testing you can also upgrade this bone health home test to tests which also measure other biomarkers, including:

When you checkout to buy your bone health test online we also offer additional options, including:

  • Upgrade to next day delivery of your home test kit for an additional £7.99.
  • Visit the Patient Reception in central London for just £25. Your bone health test sample can be collected by a qualified nurse for immediate analysis.
  • Have a nurse visit you to collect the sample for your bone health test, this is available within the M25 area for just £149.

Whichever option you choose at checkout, buying the best bone health test online in the UK with Vitall ensures high quality results from an accredited laboratory.

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