What we measure
This test measures over 30 key markers of male health to assess your general health and wellness. We can identify deficiencies in essential vitamins and minerals, see whether important hormones are in balance, look into your risk of disease, and check whether your liver, bone, kidney, muscle, and thyroid are working as they should.
Bone & muscle health
Vitamins and minerals
This test provides a full-body health check. It can indicate general health needs and your risk of disease.
When your body’s functions and systems aren’t working as they should, it can throw levels of important substances—like hormones, enzymes, and proteins—out of their regular balance.
Sometimes, this happens without you experiencing any symptoms at all.
Blood testing allows us to identify what is out of balance and how much by, and how these levels sit in relation to our other readings. With this precise information, we can get a good sense of what’s happening inside the body and assess where our health is at.
This test gives you a full-body health report: what your nutritional needs are, signs your vital systems are working normally, and whether important substances such as testosterone are in balance. It can help you stay on top of your health and learn how to live better.
what to expect
In your results report, you’ll learn how much of each substance is present in your blood, plus guidance on whether this is within a normal range. This test measures over 30 health markers.
These readings can give an overview of your health and wellness. Think of your results as a health status report, that gives you a top-line summary of what appears to be working, what may need improvement, and what calls for a closer look.
Your results are not a diagnosis, but can be used as a starting point for identifying health problems and how you can improve your lifestyle.
Sometimes, there are multiple explanations for why a certain reading is abnormal. So, if you aren’t sure what your results mean, it’s best to discuss it with your doctor.
Need help? Speak with an expert
Don’t quite understand your results or simply want to see a doctor? We’ve got you sorted.
Speak to a GP
Book an online consultation with one of our GPs. We offer consultations in both English and Chinese.
Just fill out an online form and find a time that’s convenient.
Get a private prescription
Need to get your medication? Our GPs can write private prescriptions.
Tell the GP what the problem is during your consultation and they’ll take it from there. Prescriptions can be picked up at your local pharmacy.
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Yes, you’ll need to abstain from all food and drink (except water) for 12 hours before the test. This is because this test measures cholesterol levels—eating can affect the levels of fat in the blood, which can mess with your cholesterol readings.
For this reason, it’s advisable to take the test in the morning, as your time asleep counts as time fasted.
This test is accurate in measuring each of the health markers it looks at, but can’t diagnose you with disease—only a doctor can do that.
Our tests follow the highest standards for quality and safety. We’re CQC regulated, which is a quality mark for health services you can trust, UKAS accredited, and all our tests are validated by registered doctors and clinical scientists. Plus, we use advanced encryption to make sure your health information is as safe and secure as can be.
Your test results will give you an overview of your general health, including areas where they may be room for improvement. You and your doctor can use these readings to decide which changes you should make to live healthier.
Sometimes, abnormal readings can be addressed via healthy lifestyle changes, such as eating a balanced diet and exercising regularly.
Other times, you may need a doctor to tell you what your readings mean for your health specifically, and what you should do to turn them around.
If you aren’t sure what to do with your results, it’s always best to speak to a doctor.
Testosterone is an important hormone that’s involved in sexual health, bone mass, muscle strength, and fertility. When its symptoms are low, it can cause the below symptoms:
- Reduced sex drive
- Erectile dysfunction
- Low mood and depressive symptoms
- Hot flashes—a sudden sensation of warmth, that may come with sweating
- Hair loss
- Decreased muscle mass
- Increased body fat
- Weakened bones
This test is intended as a general check-up, so having it done at regular intervals can help you to stay on top of your health. There’s no fixed rule for how often you should take it, it depends on your situation and preferences. If there’s something in particular you want to keep an eye on, for example, you might decide to get tested every year.
You can take the test whenever you need to if you’re having symptoms and want to investigate what’s causing them.