Private blood tests
Private blood tests have a wide range of uses and are extensively used to assess health - the results are usually the first indicator or marker for health.
Why have private blood tests done?
A blood test can determine many things:
- Assess your general state of health
- Check if you have an infection
- See how well specific organs, such as the liver and kidneys, are working
- Screen for certain genetic conditions
Most of our blood tests only take a few minutes to complete and are carried out by a doctor, nurse or phlebotomist (a specialist in taking blood samples).
If you can’t come to us, then we can arrange to have samples taken closer to you.
- Health, wellness and sporting test
- Health, wellness, advanced sporting profile
- Testosterone deficiency health check
- Cardiac health check
- Bespoke health checks and specific health checks
- Cancer bio-markers
- Referral for ultrasound
- Referral for CT scan
Unlike most online private blood test services who leave you guessing what your results mean, we can provide full analysis of the results and recommend lifestyle and nutrition changes that may help you.
The healthcare professional who arranges your private blood test will tell you whether there are any specific instructions you need to follow before your test.
For example, depending on the type of blood test, you may be asked to:
- Avoid eating or drinking anything, apart from water (fasting) for up to 12 hours
- Stop taking a certain medication
- Refrain from exercise and/or physical exertion
It’s important to follow the instructions you’re given, as it may affect the result of the test and mean it needs to be delayed or carried out again.
At Transform Now, while we’re able to conduct over 3000 blood tests, we’ll advise you which are right for you. There are a great number of private blood tests you can have done, however, unless you have a specific illness or disorder, many of these are not necessary.
We cater for all populations and all types of people. We can also arrange for consultations with specialists such as endocrinologists, urologists and cardiologists if necessary.