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Women’s Ultimate At Home Blood Test

Women’s Ultimate At Home Blood Test


The Women’s Ultimate at Home Blood Test is a comprehensive health check for the thyroid, liver and kidney function, as well as cholesterol status and nutritional markers.
Blood sample 16 biomarkers included Results estimated in 3 working days from sample receipt at lab
Women’s Ultimate At Home Blood Test
Women’s Ultimate At Home Blood Test
Women’s Ultimate At Home Blood Test
Women’s Ultimate At Home Blood Test
Women’s Ultimate At Home Blood Test

Is it for you?

This easy home finger-prick test is for women who are looking for a general health check for their energy and long-term health. Checking your thyroid, liver and kidney function, cholesterol status and nutritional markers, including ferritin, active B12 and vitamin D, will allow you to confidently investigate symptoms like low energy and fatigue. From the results, you can make informed lifestyle choices to see how diet and nutrition changes affect your overall health. With this test, you can also investigate your risk of developing a lifestyle-related disease, whether you are currently experiencing symptoms or not.

What's included?

Biomarker profiles

  • Kidney Health
  • Liver Health
  • Cholesterol Status
  • Iron Status
  • Vitamins
  • Thyroid Hormones

Kidney Health (2 Biomarkers)

Liver Health (4 Biomarkers)

Cholesterol Status (6 Biomarkers)

Iron Status (1 Biomarker)

Vitamins (2 Biomarkers)

Thyroid Hormones (1 Biomarker)

Special instructions

Please take your sample in the morning. Fasting is optional for this test. Eating fatty foods might affect the results of a small number of blood tests so we may advise a retest when you are fasted. If you are interested in your triglyceride or LDL levels, then we do recommend fasting. Do not take biotin supplements for 2 days prior to this test. If you are taking prescribed biotin you should discuss this with your doctor. You should take this test before you take any vitamin or mineral supplements. Avoid heavy exercise and eating meat-rich meals for 48 hours before your test. Do not take vitamin B12 for two weeks prior to this test. If your B12 is prescribed ask your doctor whether you should stop before testing.

From the expert

Our ultimate home finger-prick test is an excellent choice for women at any age. It gives you a general health check so that you can proactively make healthy diet and lifestyle choices and understand your risk of developing a lifestyle-related disease. Lifestyle-related diseases are very common and can be improved through diet changes or by taking supplements. 

Some lifestyle-related diseases, such as thyroid conditions and nutrient deficiencies, have similar symptoms, like feeling tired all the time or fatigue. However, it is also possible for conditions to present without any symptoms at all, especially in the early stages. This test gives you a good overview of your health by measuring the level of thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH), active B12, vitamin D and ferritin in your blood, which can all be linked to causes of fatigue. It also examines your cholesterol status, liver and kidney function. 

Active B12 is an important vitamin for healthy red blood cell production. Having low levels of active B12 can lead to anaemia, which means that your blood becomes less efficient at delivering oxygen to the cells that need it. Ferritin, which is a protein your body uses to store iron, is a better way of measuring your iron levels than simply measuring iron in your blood. That’s important because low iron may lead to iron deficiency anaemia. Low vitamin D can also affect energy levels, as well as the immune function, making you more susceptible to colds and flu.

Dr Sam Rodgers MBBS, MRCGP
Chief Medical Officer


What can cause low energy and fatigue?
Common causes for low energy and fatigue include not getting enough good quality sleep, diabetes, thyroid disease, or low levels of iron, B12 and vitamin D. While low energy and fatigue are among the most common reasons why people visit their doctor, finding the underlying cause can be a journey of trial and error.

Looking to improve your health? Read our health and wellness guide.
How can I check my thyroid at home?
If you suspect that you might have a thyroid disorder, the best way to investigate your concerns is to have a thyroid blood test. We have three popular thyroid tests which can help you to investigate whether a thyroid disorder is causing your symptoms.

Our guide to thyroid health explains the symptoms and treatments of an underactive and overactive thyroid.
What can you find out from a blood test?
A blood test gives you a snapshot of your health at any point in time. You may have a blood test as part of a regular check-up, to help investigate symptoms or to keep track of your risk of long-term chronic conditions like heart disease and diabetes.

Find out everything you need to know about your blood and having a blood test.
How can your diet affect your health?
Diet can affect your health, especially if you are eliminating foods from your diet, or eating a restricted diet. Unintended consequences can include impacting your levels of iron, calcium, vitamin B12 or vitamin D, or it can affect your liver and kidney function or risk of developing diabetes.

It is possible to live healthily, especially if you identify where any shortfalls are within your diet and adjust any deficiencies through supplements and lifestyle changes.

Why take this test?

  • Monitor your risk of lifestyle-related diseases.
  • Get a comprehensive general health check at home.
  • Be informed to optimise your diet and nutrition to support your health.
  • Investigate symptoms that may be related to your thyroid or a nutrient deficiency.

Laboratories you can trust

Trusted by the NHS and private clinics alike, you can be sure of the highest testing standards from our UKAS accredited partner laboratories.

Dr Sam Rodgers - Chief Medical Officer

Expert advice with your results

Get trusted advice and comments from one of our doctors based on your results.

Your personal health centre

Your personal health centre

Discover the easy way to track your health through our online portal, View your results with doctor's advice, monitor any changes over time and see the improvements you can make to your health with simple lifestyle changes.

Questions? Let us help
Questions? Let us help

Questions? Let us help

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Our tests are not a substitute for seeing your doctor, especially if you are suffering symptoms. Our doctors will interpret your results based on the information you have provided, but will not diagnose, consult or provide any treatment. You will be advised to see your doctor for any necessary follow-up action.