Full blood profile
Get a unique, comprehensive full blood profile which has been developed by our Head Doctor to provide all-round general health overview (this service was recently featured on BBC3 and in the Daily Telegraph).
Full blood tests are used in our Wellman and Wellwoman screenings and also to support your doctor with an accurate diagnosis for the cause of your symptoms. Such test is also a useful tool towards understanding cardiovascular risk, the health of your liver, checking for potential iron deficiency and many other conditions.
Benefits of a full blood test
The test may help to flag up any potential issues that need to be addressed before they develop into more serious health problems. It provides a good reflection of how your various lifestyle choices are affecting your body in your age. It can also help to spot any underlying, difficult-to-diagnose conditions that affect your quality of life, such as diabetes, anaemia, and osteoporosis.
This special profile covers 40 different markers in total, and includes:
• Full blood count (haematology)
• Checks for infection and inflammation
• Cholesterol (lipid) screening
• Liver function screening
• Kidney function screening
• Checks for muscle damage
• Calcium screening
• Potassium level check
• Sodium level check
• Glucose level check
• Iron and ferritin profiling
This new, extended full blood test also includes testing for thyroid function and vitamin D levels. These are especially useful if you suffer from conditions such as tiredness, various aches and pains or other chronic symptoms. Talk to our doctors about the right level of testing for your individual needs.
As you would normally require a GP consultation prior, please note that this is not included in the price of the test. The requirement for the consultation exists as our doctors cannot interpret your results without a consultation. You can also return for a consultation to discuss your results or take them to your GP for further discussion. We look forward to welcoming you at one of our Central London clinics. We are here to answer your calls if you have any questions about this comprehensive blood test.