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CBC Test (Hemogram Test)

  • Sample Type : Blood
  • Parameters : 24
  • Report Time : 24/48 Hrs
  • Home Collection: Yes
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CBC Test (Hemogram Test) (24 Tests Included)

  • Basophils - Absolute Count
  • Eosinophils - Absolute Count
  • Lymphocytes - Absolute Count
  • Monocytes - Absolute Count
  • Neutrophils - Absolute Count
  • Basophils
  • Eosinophils
  • Hemoglobin
  • Immature Granulocytes(Ig)
  • Immature Granulocyte Percentage(Ig%)
  • Total Leucocytes Count
  • Lymphocyte Percentage
  • Nucleated Red Blood Cells %
  • Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin(Mch)
  • Mean Corp.hemo.conc(Mchc)
  • Mean Corpuscular Volume(Mcv)
  • Monocytes
  • Neutrophils
  • Nucleated Red Blood Cells
  • Nucleated Red Blood Cells %
  • Hematocrit(Pcv)
  • Platelet Count
  • Total Rbc
  • Red Cell Distribution Width (Rdw-cv)
  • Red Cell Distribution Width - Sd(Rdw-sd)
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Complete Blood Count (CBC), or Full Blood Count (FBC) as many call it, is an umbrella term for multiple blood tests that health practitioners conduct on your blood cells. The test allows the doctors to detect any issue within your bloodstream and pick signs of any disorder, disease, or severe medical condition. It also helps them check for side effects of oral medication that you might be undertaking and adjust treatment plans based on the symptoms.

Your healthcare expert can suggest you undertake a Complete Blood Count (CBC) test if they notice that you are:

  • Bleeding or bruising (pooling of blood under the skin after an injury)
  • Getting dizzy, feeling weak, or experiencing a fatigue
  • Having joint pain 
  • Experiencing problems with your heart rate, or blood pressure
  • Vomiting combined with fever, and also have started feeling nauseated
  • Suffering from a long-term/chronic health problem like kidney disease, which may affect your blood count

Doctors even prescribe you a CBC test for:

  • Keeping a tab on your overall health: Complete Blood Count test is often a part of general medical assessment, which helps your doctor keep track of your overall health and simultaneously screen for severe medical disorders like leukemia or anemia.
  • Diagnosing a medical condition: If you’re noticing any of the signs and symptoms mentioned above, undergoing the Complete Blood Count test can aid your doctor in diagnosing the root cause behind your condition. The test can also confirm if it’s due to an infection. 
  • Monitoring a medical condition: If you’ve been diagnosed with a blood disorder affecting your blood cell count, a CBC blood test can let your medical expert monitor your condition continuously. 
  • Monitoring every step of your treatment: A dedicated Complete Blood Count (CBC) test can help your doctor monitor your health status, especially if you’re on any oral medication, which may affect your blood cell count.

According to medical experts, the CBC test is a series of medical tests that helps doctors get insights about an individual’s blood cells. The test indicates the count of:

  • Red blood cells (RBCs) - which carry oxygen 
  • White blood cells (WBCs) - which help your body fight infection
  • Platelets – helps with blood clotting 
  • The concentration of hemoglobin (oxygen-carrying protein in RBCs)
  • Hematocrit - volume percentage of red blood cells

If your blood cells are abnormal, it may indicate that you suffer from an underlying medical condition for which you may require additional tests. For example: 

  • Red blood cell count can provide information about an individual’s anemia due to iron or vitamin B-12 deficiency.
  • White blood cell results can help experts diagnose viral, bacterial, and parasitic infections and blood disorders like leukemia.

You are likely to undertake the CBC test under the supervision of an experienced professional. Since it’s a standard blood test, you need no special preparation. However, if your healthcare professional has recommended additional tests on the blood sample, experts advise you to undergo fasting several hours before the test.

As a part of the process, the lab technician will take your blood sample by inserting a needle into the vein of your arm and collect it into a test tube or a vial. Once done, you can continue your daily routine while the doctors send your blood sample to the laboratory for further analysis. You can expect your test results within the next few business days; however, in some cases, the results are ready within 24 hours.

 No, the CBC test is completely risk-free, according to medical experts.

 Though, in some cases, the patients may experience the following: 

  • A little pain - when the needle goes inside to draw blood 
  • Lightheaded or slight fainting
  • Feel a little prick or stingy
  • Experience an infection and hematoma (blood accumulation under the skin)
  • Some throbbing or slight bruising at the insertion point – occurs, especially if your skin is sensitive enough, 

Note: Most of these symptoms are temporary and soon fade away. However, if they continue for a long time, contact your doctor for a quick consultation.

CBC Test reports are pretty straightforward but might confuse non-medical folk. So, here’s a quick overview of the standard results (for both genders) that you can expect after the test:

Red blood cell count

Male: 4.35-5.65 trillion cells/L*

(4.35-5.65 million cells/mcL**)

Female: 3.92-5.13 trillion cells/L

(3.92-5.13 million cells/mcL)


Male: 13.2-16.6 grams/dL***

(132-166 grams/L)

Female: 11.6-15 grams/dL

(116-150 grams/L)


Male: 38.3-48.6 percent

Female: 35.5-44.9 percent

White blood cell count

3.4-9.6 billion cells/L

(3,400 to 9,600 cells/mcL)

Platelet count

Male: 135-317 billion/L

(135,000 to 317,000/mcL)

Female: 157-371 billion/L

(157,000 to 371,000/mcL)

* L = liter, ** mcL = microliter, and *** dL = deciliter

Your test report will highlight two columns– one column will show the “reference range” for each category, and the second column will show your actual blood cell count.

If your cell count falls within the range, you’re completely fine, but if the value (in the second column) is above or below the range listed in the first column, it might indicate a problem.

Let’s check out the significance of the values for each category here: 

Red Blood Cells, Hemoglobin & Hematocrit

Low level: It signifies that you suffer from anemia which may trigger symptoms of fatigue and weakness in you. According to experts, anemia can result from the following:

  • Severe blood loss
  • Long-term infections
  • Lack of vitamins and iron
  • Bone marrow failure
  • Cancer and its treatment, etc.

High level: If your values are shooting abnormally, it could be because of the following:

  • Lack of fluids like water (due to sweating, diarrhea, oral medications)
  • Low oxygen level in the blood (might arise due to heart or lung disease)
  • Smoking
  • Use of testosterone

White Blood Cells (WBCs)

Low level: If the values are lower than the usual range, experts name that condition leukopenia and state that it arises when:

  • You suffer from autoimmune diseases
  • Your liver is damaged due to alcohol abuse
  • You underwent chemotherapy to cure cancer
  • Your body is infected due to viruses like AIDS

High level: When your WBC count goes high, it’s called leukocytosis and results when:

  • You suffer from diseases like allergy or rheumatoid arthritis
  • You’re consuming oral medications like corticosteroids
  • There’s tissue damage (due to burning or heart attack)
  • You’re undergoing a significant emotional or physical stress


High level: If your platelet count is high, it occurs when:

  • You have iron deficiency
  • There’s a problem with your bone marrow
  • You suffer from cancer
  • You experienced excessive bleeding

Low level: This occurs when:

  • You’re pregnant
  • There’s an underlying disorder where your platelets get destroyed
  • You’re on chemotherapy medicines to treat cancer
  • There’s an enlarged spleen or a bone marrow failure (due to tumor, radiation, fibrosis, etc.)

In the era of cut-throat competition, where everything comes at a high price, HealthcareOnTime is one of the many NABL/ISO-accredited diagnostic centers where the CBC blood test price is affordable for everyone. 

With a PAN-India presence and experienced doctors and other medical experts entirely at your disposal 24*7, you can rest assured you will get your CBC test done here with utmost comfort.

If you cannot visit the diagnostic center physically, you can also get the test done from the comfort of your house. Visit our website, pay the CBC test cost online, and our trained professionals will drop by on your preferred date and time.

So, book your CBC test from HealthcareOnTime today!

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FAQs Around Complete Blood Count (CBC test)

A CBC (complete blood count) test is a common blood test that measures various components of your blood, including red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.

A CBC test can help diagnose a wide range of conditions, such as anemia, infection, inflammation, bleeding disorders, and leukemia.

Abnormal CBC results can indicate various conditions, such as:

  1. Anemia: A low RBC count, hemoglobin, or hematocrit can indicate anemia.
  2. Infection: An increased WBC count can indicate an infection.
  3. Bleeding disorders: A low platelet count can indicate a bleeding disorder.
  4. Cancer: An abnormal WBC count or other abnormalities in the CBC results can indicate cancer.

Several factors can affect the results of a CBC test, such as age, gender, pregnancy, medications, infections, and medical conditions.

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