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This comprehensive profile is perfect for any man wishing to have a full body check-up and screening for potential underlying diseases or conditions. It provides key information on your kidney, liver, heart & thyroid health and blood sugar; plus iron, calcium & testosterone hormone levels. It can tell whether you are anaemic, have a current infection and even if you are suffering from any underlying inflammation. It also includes a full blood count and vitamin profile.

Frequently Asked Questions

What will be tested?

Liver Function: Alanine transaminase, Albumin, Alkaline Phosphatase, Aspartate aminotransferase, Gamma GT, Globulin, Total Bilirubin, Total Protein. Kidney Function: Creatinine, Glomerular Filtration Rate, Urea. Cholesterol: HDL Percentage, HDL (High-Density Lipoprotein), LDL (Low-Density Lipoprotein), Non-HDL Cholesterol, Total Cholesterol, Total Cholesterol : HDL Ratio, Triglyceride. Inflammation: High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein. Diabetes: HbA1c (Glycosylated Haemoglobin). Iron Studies: Ferritin, Iron, Total Iron Binding Concentration, Transferrin, Unsaturated Iron Binding Concentration. Muscle & Bone: Adjusted Calcium, Calcium, Creatine Kinase. Gout: Urate (Uric Acid). Minerals: Magnesium. Vitamins: Folate (Vitamin B9), Vitamin B12, Vitamin D. Thyroid Function: Free T4 (thyroxine), Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH). Hormones: Testosterone. Blood Cells: Full Blood Count (with 5 part White Cell Differential).

Preparing for the test

There is no need to fast (go without food or drinks) for this test.

We do suggest keeping your arm warm, as being cold can sometimes make it harder to draw your blood, and stay well hydrated.

If blood tests make you anxious, let your phlebotomist know at the start of your appointment. They will do their best to make the experience as stress-free as possible

What to expect

During your test, you will be asked to fill out a medical questionnaire to  make sure you are well enough for the test. The main part of your screen will be a simple venous blood test (where blood is drawn from a vein in your arm using a needle). This should only take a minute or two to complete.


You would receive your results via email with the in-house GP's review to allow you to understand your results.

When do I get my results?

You will receive your results on the two days after the blood sample is taken as the sample is received by the laboratory the following day.

London laboratory test all samples as quickly as possible after receiving them which enables the team of in-house GPs to review and communicate your results in the fastest possible time frame.

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