Bile Acids (Total) Blood Test
    Bile Acids (Total) Blood Test
    Bile Acids (Total) Blood Test
    Bile Acids (Total) Blood Test

Bile Acids (Total) Blood Test


Measure the level of bile acids in your blood, which can be raised if you have liver disease.

Results estimated in 9 working days

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Bile Acids (Total) Blood Test

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Is it for you?

Are you experiencing symptoms of liver disease? Perhaps you may be at risk of developing liver disease due to your diet, lifestyle, or medical history.

Our test can be used as part of preventive health screening for liver disease and help identify whether you need further investigation.

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Liver health

Total Bile Acids

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What can I learn from this test?

Our test measures the level of bile acids in your blood, which can be raised in people with liver disease.

What are the symptoms of liver diease?

Often, there are no obvious signs or symptoms of liver disease until the disease has progressed to an advanced stage. If liver disease is left undiagnosed and untreated, it can lead to irreparable liver damage which can cause problems in the body. Have a look at our information on the symptoms of liver disease for more information.

What are bile acids?

The liver removes excess cholesterol from the body in the form of bile acids. Bile acids are also important for the absorption of fats and vitamins in the small intestine.

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