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Understanding Haemochromatosis

Haemochromatosis is a genetic disorder that causes your body to absorb too much iron from the food you eat. This excess iron is stored in various organs, particularly the liver, heart, and pancreas, which can lead to serious health issues such as liver disease, heart problems, and diabetes.

Symptoms of Haemochromatosis

  • Fatigue

  • Joint pain

  • Abdominal pain

  • Liver dysfunction

  • Skin discolouration

  • Diabetes

  • Heart problems

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Preparation for Blood Test

Our Blood Removal Service

We offer a specialised blood removal service, also known as blood letting, to help manage haemochromatosis.

This treatment involves removing blood regularly to reduce the iron levels in your body.

Initial Treatment: In order to use this service, we need a treatment plan from your GP or specialist, to understand how often to remove blood and how much.


Depending on your iron levels, we may see you weekly or bi-weekly for blood letting sessions until your iron levels are brought down to a safe range, then we will see you less frequently. 

Why choose YPC Health?

Experienced Professionals: Our team of healthcare professionals is highly trained and experienced in managing haemochromatosis.

Comfort and Safety: Our clinic ensures a comfortable and safe environment for all procedures, there is also free onsite parking right outside.

State-of-the-Art Facility: Our clinic is equipped with the latest medical technology to ensure the highest standard of care.

Patient-Centred Approach: Your health and well-being are our top priorities. We work closely with you to manage your condition effectively and improve your quality of life.​​

We're committed to helping you live a healthier life. Let us be your partner in managing haemochromatosis.

To discuss your needs and to book, you can call us on

0113 531 4947

We offer discounts for block bookings, depending on your treatment requirements.

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