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Well Woman Check (venesection)
£140
In today's hectic world, are you looking after yourself? Whatever stage of life you're at, this comprehensive blood test covers all the essentials to help give you peace of mind when it comes to your health.
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Peace of mind

The Well Woman Check is a comprehensive blood test suitable for women of all ages. This blood test establishes base levels of important biomarkers which can be actively tracked for changes. It covers the essential blood tests to gauge overall well-being including a female hormone screen, cholesterol check, liver and kidney function analysis, vitamin D and iron levels.

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Based on your blood test results, our medical professionals will advise you on simple lifestyle changes you can make to stabilise these key health markers and reduce your risk of preventable disease. Put yourself first and take control of your health with this simple blood test.

What we test
Female Hormone Panel
This hormone analysis includes an oestrogen, testosterone and progesterone test, as well as LH and FSH tests. These sex hormones (in conjunction with adrenal and thyroid hormones) exert powerful effects on the body. Knowing the function and levels of these hormones is a positive step in creating hormone balance and achieving wellbeing.
This female hormone and progesterone test includes:
Cholesterol
Lipids and cholesterol are fat-like substances in your blood. Some are necessary for good health, but when you have a high level of cholesterol in your blood, a lot of it ends up being deposited in the walls of your arteries and other vital organs. Lifestyle choices including diet, exercise and alcohol intake can all influence cholesterol levels and your risk of developing heart disease.
This cholesterol test measures:
Blood Glucose
Blood glucose is generated from carbohydrates and to use this fuel for energy your body needs insulin. With type 2 diabetes the cells either ignore the insulin or the body doesn't produce enough of it. Glucose then builds up leading to problems with the heart, kidneys, eyes, nerves, and blood vessels.
This blood test measures:
Bone Health
These bone health markers are part of a complex feedback loop that play a critical role in maintaining bone health. When you don’t get enough calcium, you increase your risk of developing osteoporosis and stress fractures.
Liver Function
Your liver processes drugs and alcohol, filters toxic chemicals, stores vitamins and minerals, and makes bile, proteins and enzymes. This liver function test examines enzymes and other markers for evidence of damage to your liver cells or a blockage near your liver which can impair its function.
This liver function test measures:
Kidney Function
Your kidneys filter waste from your body and regulate salts in your blood. They also produce hormones and vitamins that direct cell activities in many organs and help to control blood pressure. When the kidneys aren't working properly, waste products and fluid can build up to dangerous levels creating a life-threatening situation.
This kidney function test measures:
Iron
Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional problem in the UK. It slows your body’s production of haemoglobin, which your red blood cells need to pick up oxygen from your lungs and carry it to every cell in your body. If you have a shortage of iron you experience symptoms of anaemia, which include feeling breathless after little exercise, feeling tired, heart palpitations and looking pale.
Inflammation
The link between inflammation and chronic disease is widely recognised. Research indicates that following an anti-inflammatory diet may help fight off inflammation.
This blood test measures:
Test instructions
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Take test 7 days before predicted date of menstruation (if known). If menstrual cycle is 28 days, test on day 21 (where day 1 is the first day of bleeding).
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Fast from all food and drink other than water for at least 8 hours, and no more than 12 hours prior to your test.
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