Erythropoietin Test In Gurgaon

Erythropoietin Test In Gurgaon

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The erythropoietin test in Gurgaon is prescribed to people who show signs of anemia but they do not suffer from iron deficiency. The hormone erythropoietin is essential for the production of red blood cells. Alternatively, the hormone is known as hemopoietin. When the levels are too high or too low, it indicates that the person is suffering from a certain disorder and that the abnormality in the erythropoietin is a symptom

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Why is the Erythropoietin Test done?

Erythropoietin is a hormone that is primarily produced in the kidneys. Like all hormones, erythropoietin’s site of action is the bone marrow where the hormone instructs for the production of red blood cells. When erythropoietin levels are abnormal, it affects the red blood cell production which further affects the proper functioning of other organs of the body.

Both high and low levels of erythropoietin causes the person to show certain symptoms that prompt a doctor to prescribe the erythropoietin test.

Symptoms of high erythropoietin level:

  • Anorexia
  • Blurred vision
  • Fatigue
  • Reduced mental acuity
  • Difficulty in breathing

Symptoms of low erythropoietin level:

  • Anemia
  • Weakness
  • Pale skin
  • Fatigue
  • Breathing difficulty as low levels of oxygen are transported
What does the Erythropoietin Test measure?

The erythropoietin test measures the amount of hormone erythropoietin that be present in the sample from the person. When the body suffers from hypoxemia, the kidneys produce erythropoietin to help increase the oxygen intake. If the kidneys are damaged or the bone marrow is suffering from any disorder, the levels of this hormone will not be within the normal range.

Potential risks/side effects associated with the Erythropoietin Test

The erythropoietin test poses no serious risks to the patients. The test is done by taking the sample of blood from the patient. An experienced phlebotomist knows how to effectively and painlessly draw blood from the patient’s vein.

Some side effects are there when it comes to drawing blood especially when the patient is already anemic. These include:

  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Nausea
  • Weakness

But, some rest and iron supplements can help deal with these symptoms effectively.


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Can medications affect erythropoietin levels?

Yes, medications can affect the erythropoietin levels in the blood. Medications like diuretics can cause a high amount of erythropoietin to be present in the system.

Is fasting required for the test?

Ideally no fasting will be required prior to the sample collection.

Are other tests required along with the erythropoietin test?

Doctors might ask for CBC or a reticulocyte count along this test.

Interpreting the Erythropoietin Test results

Interpreting the Erythropoietin Test results

The normal range for the hormone erythropoietin in the body should be between 2.6 mU/mL to 18.5 mU/mL (milliunits per milliliter). Both instances of high levels and low levels are considered to be harmful for the person.

When the levels of erythropoietin is higher than the normal, the person might be suffering from secondary polycythemia. In this condition, the red blood cells ae overproduced and causes the blood to thicken. This increases the chance of the person suffering from a stroke. This condition is rare and determined by genetics. Sometimes other conditions like obstructive sleep apnea or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease can cause the person to suffer from secondary polycythemia.

The altitude also plays a vital role in determining the erythropoietin levels. People living higher up usually has high erythropoietin levels in their blood.

When the levels of erythropoietin are lower, it can indicate a lot of cases, like:

  • Acute kidney failure
  • Anemia of chronic disease caused by autoimmune disorders
  • Polycythemia vera or primary polycythemia
  • Bone marrow disorders


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