All about our women's health tests


Find out about our popular tests for female health.




Bella Marsden

Fri Feb 26 2021

Well Woman Blood Test

Retail price: £99

Sample type: venous

Biomarkers: 42

An essential female health check that includes tests for liver and kidney function, cholesterol, iron deficiency, red and white blood cells and hormones. This test is a great starting point to establish overall health and pinpoint any areas that could be improved through lifestyle changes.

Key biomarkers: LH, FSH, Total Cholesterol: HDL, HbA1c, Ferritin, Red Cell Count, White Cell Count, CRP HS

Test schedule: This test can be taken every 3 to 12 months to monitor health changes. If any markers are outside the normal range then a retest between 4-12 weeks may be recommended.

 

Advanced Well Woman Blood Test

Retail price: £149

Sample type: venous

Biomarkers: 50

For a more comprehensive profile, the Advanced Well Woman includes everything in the Well Woman Test as well as oestradiol, thyroid function, vitamins and minerals, giving an in-depth look into female health.

Key biomarkers: Oestradiol, Free Thyroxine, Free T3, TSH, Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, Folate, Magnesium

Test schedule: This test can be taken every 3 to 12 months to monitor health changes. If any markers are outside the normal range then a retest between 4-12 weeks may be recommended.

 

Women’s Ultimate At Home Blood Test

Retail price: £104

Sample type: finger-prick or venous

Biomarkers: 23

For clients wanting to social distance, this is our most comprehensive women’s test which can be completed at home on a finger-prick sample. It includes key markers for female health including cholesterol status, liver and kidney function, vitamins and female hormones.

Key biomarkers: Total Cholesterol: HDL, Ferritin, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, FSH, LH, Oestradiol

Test schedule: This test can be taken every 3 to 12 months to monitor health changes. If any markers are outside the normal range then a retest between 4-12 weeks may be recommended.

 

Female Hormone Blood Test

Retail price: £79

Sample type: finger-prick or venous

Biomarkers: 9

This test includes 9 key hormones in women to examine whether an imbalance could be affecting fertility, menstrual cycle and overall health and can be completed at home with a finger-prick sample.

Key biomarkers: LH, Oestradiol, Testosterone, FSH, Prolactin, TSH

Test schedule: This test can be taken every 3 to 12 months to monitor hormone levels, to investigate symptoms associated with a hormone imbalance, or to help establish fertility status.

 

Advanced Female Hormone Blood Test

Retail price: £109

Sample type: venous

Biomarkers: 12

For a more in-depth look at hormones, this advanced hormone profile includes everything in the Female Hormone test as well as full thyroid function and thyroid antibodies. This test is ideal for women experiencing symptoms of a hormonal imbalance who want to rule out a thyroid disorder.

Key biomarkers: LH, Oestradiol, Testosterone, FSH, TSH, Free T3, Thyroglobulin Antibodies, Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies

Test schedule: This test can be taken every 3 to 12 months to monitor hormone levels, or to investigate symptoms associated with a hormone imbalance, or to help establish fertility status.

 

Menopause Blood Test

Retail price: £69

Sample type: finger-prick or venous

Biomarkers: 5

For women experiencing symptoms of the menopause, this test measures 5 key hormones to assess menopausal status. It also includes thyroid hormones as symptoms of thyroid disorders can often be similar to the menopause.

Key biomarkers: LH, Oestradiol, FSH, Free Thyroxine, TSH

Test schedule: This test can be taken every 3 to 12 months for women in their 40s and 50s who wish to track their menopausal status, or to investigate symptoms of the menopause.

 

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Blood Test

Retail price: £76

Sample type: finger-prick or venous

Biomarkers: 5

This test is for women experiencing symptoms of PCOS who want to investigate further. It includes testosterone, SHBG and Free Androgen Index to indicate the amount of available androgens in the blood, as well as LH and FSH; a high LH: FSH ratio of 2:1 or more may indicate PCOS.

Key biomarkers: LH, Testosterone, FSH, Free Androgen Index, SHBG

Test schedule: This test can be taken to investigate symptoms of PCOS including weight gain, acne, irregular periods and excess hair. It can also be used to rule out PCOS in women struggling to get pregnant.

 

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