Lead Test measures the amount of lead in your body, Lead is an extremely common and potentially dangerous type of heavy metal poisoning.
Lead is a highly toxic substance and overexposure can lead to a variety of detrimental health issues and can cause damage to the brain, organs and the nervous system.
Symptoms of lead exposure include weakness, anemia, weight loss, nausea, headaches, and fatigue among others.
Even at low levels. Lead can cause irreversible damage without causing physical symptoms. Lead can be found in paints, ceramics, plastics, storage batteries, brass and bearing metals and insecticides.
People who work in industries known to expose them to lead like auto repairs, construction, and certain factories should be tested for lead on a regular basis.
If high levels of lead come back, please consult with your physician immediately.
Preparation: Fasting is not necessary for this test.