Please view our instructional video and read more below.

Test yourself for anemia in 2 simple steps:

Step 1: Follow the instructions included with your telemedicine consultation. Read instructions here.

Step 2: Request your virtual physician consultation to determine your next steps.

Indications for Use:

  1. Persons with anemic symptoms
  2. For ages 5 and older
  3. For children ages 5 to 18, an adult should administer test

Learn More about Anemia and Rapid Anemia Test Kits


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What Does Anemia in Pregnancy Look Like?

During pregnancy, anemia can lead to the inability to properly deliver oxygen to your tissues and your baby. Mild anemia in pregnancy is normal and can occur simply due to the increase in blood in the body. If more severe anemia in pregnancy develops, this can lead to a prolonged…
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Identifying and Understanding What Anemia Symptoms Look Like

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Types of Anemia and Anemia Treatment Options

After identifying the type and cause of your anemia, it is important to understand the correct anemia treatment options. Identifying the specific cause is the crucial first step in anemia treatment, because a beneficial treatment for one type of anemia may be deadly for another type. 
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