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Our blood tests are private blood tests drawn in any of our clinics and sent off to a UK lab for analysis. We will then invite you back one week later (or you can schedule a phone call if you would prefer) where we will go through your results in detail. Unlike the NHS we wont just text you to say they were fine or, not get in contact at all. These blood tests are there for piece of mind or if you are worried about something and want to begin with a blood test. Some people opt for private blood tests to avoid using the NHS or becasue they are due to attend a clinical appointment and simply know that blood tests may delay the 'next steps' so want to go with results in hand so the process can be moved along. You may want to check the status of your b12 after having a course with us to see if its improving. Other people may want to have tests, such as tests for PCOS, Allergies, Fertility, Pregnancy Gender and Menopause that the NHS simply wont cover or often fertility clinics will want viral and AMH screening carried out and they charge over the odds so you want to gain these tests elsewhere saving you precious money during an expensive journey. Finally sometimes you may want to check your sexual health is ok and you simply don't want to sit in a sexual health clinic. Whatever your reason for going privately we are here to help that journey and give you the feedback and reports you simply wont get within the NHS anymore.
FOR GENERAL SCREENING we offer: Thyroid, Advanced Thyroid, Cholesterol, Type 2 Diabetes, Iron, B12, Vitamin D, General Screens, Allergies and Blood Group Discovery and Fatigue Screen
FOR MEN we offer: Erectile Dysfunction, Viral/Sexual Health Screen, Advance Well Man and Fertility Screening
FOR WOMEN we offer: Baby Gender from 6 weeks (99.9% accurate), Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Screen, Menopause Screen, Fertility AMH (ovarian reserve), Viral/Sexual Health Screen, New Mum Health Screen and Advanced Well Woman Screening
This test investigates symptoms that could be caused by an overactive or underactive thyroid, like, increased sweating, changes in your weight, periods, energy, mood, skin or hair. If you are being treated for an underactive thyroid, yet still experience symptoms, this test can help explain your systems as it measures three thyroid hormones, including FT3, which the NHS may not routinely check. This test will test you Thyroid Hormones. If you already take thyroid medication, like levothyroxine, you can find out if your dose is working well with this thyroid test.
This advanced thyroid test helps you to investigate several causes of thyroid-related symptoms. By checking your thyroid hormones, thyroid antibodies and important vitamins and minerals, you can investigate whether your symptoms are caused by an overactive or underactive thyroid, an autoimmune condition or something else, like low levels of vitamins/minerals D, B12 and Folate. This test will test: Autoimmunity, Iron Status, Thyroid Hormones, Vitamins and Inflammation. If you have been diagnosed with a thyroid disorder, this test can also help you to make informed choices to optimise your nutrition and support your thyroid health.
Vitamin D deficiency is common in the UK, but it is easy to investigate with this accurate test. Keep an eye on your vitamin D levels or see whether low vitamin D could be contributing to symptoms like low energy and muscle aches and pains. So, whether you are unsure if you are getting enough vitamin D, spend little time in the sun, or have dark skin, which makes it harder to make vitamin D, this test can help.
Do you have symptoms like fatigue, pale skin and dizziness? Do you get out of breath easily? Perhaps you've already had a blood test which showed up low iron and you want to see if your levels have improved, or maybe you're more concerned about iron overload.
Do you have symptoms of weakness, fatigue, brain fog and pins and needles? Do you have a condition like an underactive thyroid, Crohn's or coeliac disease which might affect your ability to absorb vitamin B12? Do you avoid animal based foods which raises your risk of B12 deficiency? Perhaps you are taking a supplement or having B12 tests with us and just want to check your levels. If so, this easy and affordable test is right for you.
A routine blood test that covers the main organs and body systems such as your blood, liver and kidney health. This covers, B12, Iron and Vitamin D too as well as: Proteins, Liver Health, Cholesterol Status, Kidney Health, Diabetes, Iron Status, Gout Risk, Clotting Status, Red Blood Cells, White Blood Cells, Muscle Health and Inflammation. Do you think that you might have some risk factors for heart disease or diabetes which you'd like to investigate? Are you experiencing some symptoms which you'd like to discuss with your GP with blood test results in-hand or would you like reassurance that youre not getting from an overrun NHS? If so, this routine haematology and biochemistry profile is the ideal test for you for an overal picture of your health.
This blood test checks to see if you may be allergic to some of the most common allergens such as: grasses, dusts, moulds and trees alongside many of the common single allergens such as cat dander, dog dander, cow's milk, egg yolk and egg white. The full list of tested allergens are: Grass mix - cocksfoot, meadow fescue, meadow, rye, timothy, Dust mix - Blatella germanica, Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus, Dermatophagoides farinae, house dust (Hollister Stier labs) Mould mix - A. alternata, Aspergillus fumigatus, Candida albicans, Cladosporum herbarum, Helminthosporium halodes, Penicillium notatum Tree mix - box elder, common silver birch, hazel, oak, london plane, maple, sycamore Single allergens - beef, bermuda grass, cat dander, clam, cow's milk, crab, dog dander, egg white, egg yolk, fish (cod), hazel nut, horse dander, latex, nettle, peanut, shrimp/prawn, soya bean, wheat
Do you lack the energy to do the things you enjoy? Is your tiredness ongoing, not just after a late night or strenuous exercise? Do you want to know if there is a medical reason for your fatigue so you can get treatment and improve your symptoms? If so, this test will look for iron deficiency anaemia, an underactive thyroid and vitamin D deficiency.
This diabetes test helps you to measure your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. You may want to check your risk of diabetes if you have symptoms like frequent urination, fatigue, unexpected weight loss or you are feeling thirsty all the time. This test is also useful if you have any risk factors for developing diabetes like being overweight, leading a sedentary lifestyle or if diabetes runs in your family. If you are already taking steps to improve your diabetes risk, this easy and affordable test helps you to see how well your body is controlling glucose, so that you can see the impact lifestyle changes are having on your diabetes risk.
A blood test to establish which blood group you are.
Do you know that cholesterol is a risk factor for heart disease and would like to know your own status? Do you think that you could be eating better and exercising more and wonder about the affect on your cholesterol levels? Perhaps you have a family history of high cholesterol and would like to know whether this applies to you too. If so, this simple cholesterol test can give you the information you need.