Here's the easy way to check your health, with a simple, personal blood test.

Get your results direct to you on your secure personalised dashboard on any device. Monitor the markers that matter and get clear and simple explanations of what your results mean and what you need to do next.


Well Man UltraFit

Our most advanced health check for men covers tests for liver and kidney function, diabetes risk and cholesterol levels. Includes tests for key nutrients as well as the male hormone testosterone.

  • 47 tests included
  • 3 day turnaround
  • Venous blood sample (add £25)

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Well Woman UltraFit

Our advanced health check for women includes tests for thyroid function, female hormones as well as vitamins and minerals for energy and long-term health.

  • 49 tests included
  • 3 day turnaround
  • Venous blood sample. (add £25)

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Health check blood test

Health And Lifestyle Check

A simple, at-home finger-prick blood test which checks your liver and kidney function, heart health and key nutrients too.

Good for those on a tight budget and not wishing to visit a clinic to have blood drawn.

  • 20 tests included
  • 3 day turnaround
  • Blood - finger-prick or venous blood sample (venous blood add £25)

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Thyroid blood test

Thyroid Check Plus (TSH, FT4, FT3, thyroid antibodies)

Our best-selling thyroid blood test which includes thyroid hormones and thyroid antibodies for an in-depth picture of your thyroid function.

  • 5 tests included
  • 2 day turnaround
  • Blood - finger-prick or venous blood sample (venous add £25)

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Advanced Fit

Take your fitness to the next level with a detailed look at the markers which can help you optimise your training and performance - includes sports hormones and nutrition.

  • 30 tests included
  • 3 day turnaround
  • Venous blood sample (add £25)

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Insulin (Fasted) Test


Worried About Diabetes

This test measures the level of fasting insulin in the blood and can help diagnose the cause of low blood sugar as well as diabetes.

  • 1 test included
  • 1 day turnaround
  • Blood - finger-prick or venous



Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas in response to the food that we eat.

One of its main roles is to remove sugar from the blood and store it in the cells for future energy use.  Raised insulin levels can be a sign of insulin resistance which occurs when the cells fail to respond to the normal actions of insulin. Insulin resistance often remains undetected but can be a sign of type 2 diabetes.

This measures the level of insulin in the blood after fasting overnight.


Finger-prick blood sample collection kit

We will send you your Insulin finger-prick blood test sample collection kit which contains everything you need to take your blood sample in the comfort of your own home. If you are unsure about completing a finger-prick blood sample collection you will have the opportunity to select a clinic-based venous blood sample option during the checkout process.



Insulin Fasting Test


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This test measures the level of fasting insulin in the blood and can help diagnose the cause of low blood sugar as well as diabetes.

HOw to collect a finger prick sample

Finger-prick blood sample collection (pdf)


How to take a finger prick sample

This video provides easy to follow step by step instructions on how to take a finger prick blood sample at home. Simply take the sample in the privacy of your home then post to the lab for fast accurate blood test results

Fertility Checks

Female Infertility Check


About this test

The Infertility Check (female) is a test for important hormones which can help build a picture of why a woman might not be conceiving. Tests include FSH, LH, prolactin and oestradiol. There are many reasons why a woman might not be conceiving, from a blockage in the fallopian tubes to lack of ovulation. This test aims to identify sub-fertility caused by an imbalance of hormones or early menopause. 

Who is this test for?

This test is for women who are having problems conceiving and who wish to identify the cause. Alternatively it is for women who are aiming to get pregnant and wish to establish that their hormones are in balance and that they are not pre-menopausal. 

The Four Major Hormones


Follicle Stimulating Hormone is produced in the pituitary gland and is important for women in the production of eggs by the ovaries and for men in the production of sperm. Levels of FSH rise in women as egg production declines, therefore raised FSH often coincides with the onset of the menopause and is a measure of ovarian reserve.

Elevated FSH in women indicates reduced egg supply whereas low levels can signal that you are not ovulating or are pregnant.

Levels of FSH in men rise with age, but can also indicate testicular damage and reduced sperm production. Low levels of FSH are detected when men are not producing sperm.

Luteinising Hormone (LH) is produced by the pituitary gland and is important for male and female fertility. In women it governs the menstrual cycle, peaking before ovulation. In men it stimulates the production of testosterone. 

Raised LH in women can signal that you are not ovulating, that you are menopausal or that your hormones are not in balance (as with polycystic ovaries).

Raised LH in men can signal that the testes are not producing enough testosterone. 

Helps Put In The Picture


Prolactin is a hormone which is produced in the pituitary gland and plays a role in reproductive health. Its primary purpose is to stimulate milk production after childbirth, and in pregnant and breastfeeding women prolactin levels can soar. 

Raised levels in a woman who isn't pregnant or breastfeeding can signal fertility problems as well as irregular periods.

Raised levels in men can cause reduced sex drive, lack of energy, erectile disfunction and fertility problems. 

Oestradiol is a female steroid hormone which is produced in the ovaries of women and to a much lesser extent in the testes of men. It is responsible for the female reproductive system as well as the growth of breast tissue and bone thickness. Oestradiol levels decline with age, culminating in the menopause when the ovaries stop producing eggs.

Raised oestradiol in women can cause acne, constipation, loss of sex drive and depression as well as raising the risk of uterine and breast cancer. 

Oestradiol can also be raised in men due to excess fat (which produces oestradiol) or in relation to testosterone levels which have declined with age. Raised oestradiol in men can cause the growth of breast tissue, the loss of libido and infertility.

Low levels of oestradiol in women can lead to osteoporosis, problems with the menstrual cycle and fertility as well as fatigue and depression. 

Fertility Check

Our Fertility Check looks at the major hormones involved in regulation of the female anatomy. Of which one is prolactin.

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