Track your phlebotomy procedures


Use the calendar function below to enter the date of the phlebotomy, then enter the volume of blood drawn.

Enter phlebotomy volume

Select date of test

Save phlebotomy
Your phlebotomy information has been saved

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Share your thoughts about your phlebotomy experiences with your healthcare provider

Phlebotomies can be an effective intervention to help manage HCT levels. If procedures are becoming inconvenient for you or you are experiencing any side effects, you may want to review of your current treatment or disease management plan.

You may want to discuss your management plan with your healthcare provider if there has been an increase or a decrease in phlebotomies.

The following questions may help you discuss your phlebotomies with your healthcare provider:

  • Why are phlebotomies a part of my PV treatment plan?
  • How often will I need a phlebotomy to maintain my target blood count levels?
  • What does it mean if I need more blood drawn during a phlebotomy visit?
  • What might needing more frequent or regular phlebotomies tell me about the status of my PV and my management options?

These tracking tools are intended for patients with myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPNs) based in the United Kingdom. Information provided in these tools, including outputs, should not be considered an alternative to advice from a healthcare professional. Other versions of this website are not intended for UK users.

Reporting side effects: If you get side-effects with any medication you are taking, talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse. This includes any possible side effects not listed in the information leaflet that comes in the pack. You can report side effects via the Yellow Card Scheme at (UK). By reporting side effects you can help provide more information on the safety of your medication.


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This tool helps you track aspects of
your polycythaemia vera (PV), so you
are prepared for discussions with your
healthcare provider and have a record
of your disease status over time.

Score your symptom severity as often
as you would like. Enter your blood test
or phlebotomy results as needed, after
each procedure.