Wellness Blood Screening

Wellness Blood

Wellness Blood Screening

Blood testing is a diverse tool used to monitor and diagnose medical conditions. Whether you feel tired, are struggling to conceive, need a diagnosis, or just want a general check-up, a blood test could provide you with the important information that you need. Our blood tests give you an insight into your health, support, and professional advice. Each of our services tests a number of parameters to give you the information you need to take action.


Explore our range of tests below.



Blood screening test types
Well Man
Isn’t it time you looked into your health? Test for a range of important bodily functions to ensure optimum performance including the Liver, Kidneys and Thyroid. Get detailed results that you can share with loved ones and your GP.
Well Woman
Have a Well Woman Blood Screening and understand your chances of conceiving, your moods and your overall health. Our comprehensive blood test checks for a range of indicators related to your long-term wellness, thyroid function, and more.
Tired All The Time
Many women report feeling tired all the time. And usually that’s linked to low blood iron. It’s the most common nutrient-related ailment in the UK. Check to see if you’re suffering with low iron today.
Struggling To Conceive
Many women face challenges when wanting to become pregnant. And it is difficult to get any tests for fertility issues on the NHS unless you’ve been actively trying to become pregnant for over two years. Put your mind at ease with the Struggling To Conceive Blood Screening.
Female Hormone and Fertility Profile
Many hormones in a woman’s body are related to reproduction and fertility. Learn how your unique biome is formulated and identify if you’re likely to have any issues with fertility in the future.
Polycystic Ovaries
Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) make more male hormones and that can cause issues for fertility. It also increases the risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, uterine cancer and type 2 diabetes.
Vitamin screening
Vitamin and minerals are micronutrients you need in tiny amounts. If you don’t get enough of these, it can lead to a nutrient deficiency. Our Vitamin screening can diagnose a deficiency in Vitamin D, Ferritin, and more.
Hormone Screening
Understand how your hormones are working together to transmit messages throughout your body, regulate your mood and control your appetite. Ensure your endocrine system is working at optimal levels.
Full Thyroid Screening
You need a well-functioning thyroid to regulate your metabolism. This helps you feel awake, maintain your weight, deal with cold temperatures, keep a healthy menstrual cycle, and manage your mood. Problems with your thyroid are a common cause of weight issues and gastrointestinal problems.

What's involved

Before your test

Before your blood test, a healthcare professional will inform you of any specific instructions to follow. Some tests might require you to stop taking certain medications or to avoid eating and drinking beforehand. You will be informed if this applies to you. It is essential to follow the instructions given to you as it can affect the results of your blood test and may need to be redone.

Wellness Blood Screening

During your test

During your test, a blood sample will be taken from a blood vessel in your arm. The sample is usually taken from the inside of the elbow or wrist as the veins are close to the surface and easy to access. The area will be cleaned, and a tight band (tourniquet) will be placed on your upper arm to cause the veins to swell and aid the blood drawing process. Your blood will then be drawn using a needle and syringe. You may feel a slight pricking or scratching sensation as the needle goes in, but it shouldn’t be painful. If you don’t like needles or blood, let the person drawing your blood know, and they can ensure you are comfortable during the process.

Wellness Blood Screening

After your test

Because only a very small amount of blood is taken, there shouldn’t be any significant side effects, but some people report feeling dizzy after the test. You may have a small bruise where the needle went in, but these are usually harmless and fade over the next few days.

Your sample will then be sent to the laboratory, where it will be analysed under and microscope and tested with specific chemicals depending on what kind of blood test you are having. Your results will then be sent to you by email. If you would like to discuss your results further, you can take them to your own GP, or for an extra charge you can discuss them with one of our private GP’s. Test result turnaround will depend on the type of test you have had.

Wellness Blood Screening

You will receive your results within 7 days of your appointment.
We can either send your results to your GP, who can take you through the results or for an additional fee, you can have a consultation with one of our GPs.
Your sample will be collected by drawing blood in one of our clinics.
Yes, you will be able to add additional biomarkers to your test, so long as you request it with prior notice.
Yes, you will be able to customise your test, so long as you request it with prior notice.
Yes. You will have access to all your previous results as well as any new ones.
No. We will not prescribe you any medication.

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