Blood Tests

 

As with conventional medicine, we use a wide selection of blood tests to help arrive at diagnosis and to monitor progress of a patient's treatment. These are usually measured against an accepted range of normality and those outside the range are investigated further.

Unlike conventional practices however, we also investigate readings within the normal range which are relatively high or low on the scale. A low, normal thyroid reading for instance, could explain tiredness or weight gain whilst a low, normal haemoglobin reading in a woman might place her as borderline anaemic and consequently explain fatigue. 

Blood tests can also be used as effective tumour markers, helping us to identify and monitor cancer tendencies in particular organs and tissues of the body.

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Most recently we have pioneered the introduction of blood tests to measure the levels of free radical and antioxidants in the body. (Free radicals are responsible in part for our susceptibility to illness and ageing whilst antioxidants counter reverse this process). By monitoring these levels, we offer an objective means of assessing the body's ability to ward off disease and illness.

These blood tests are also a useful method of measuring the efficacy of complementary therapies and the patient's overall health.

Well Woman Profile

Haematology                              

Haemoglobin

MCH

White cell  count                   

HCT     

RDW               

Blood film report             

Red cell count

Platelet count     

ESR

MCV     

MPV

 

 

Biochemistry

Sodium

CK

Fasting Triglycerides

Potassium

Gamma GT

HDL Cholesterol

Chloride

Total Protein

HDL % of total

Bicarbonate

Albumin

LDL Cholesterol

Urea

Globulin

Iron

Creatinine

Calcium

T.I.B.C

Bilirubin

Corrected Calcium

Transferrin Saturation

Alkaline Phosphatase

Phosphate

Ferritin

Aspartate Transferase

Uric Acid

Thyroid Stimulation Hormone

Alanine Transferasa

Fasting Blood Glucose

Free Thyroxine

LDH

 

 

Well Man Profile 

Endocrinology

Prostate Profile

Haematology                          

HAEMOGLOBIN

MCH

White cell  count                     

HCT     

RDW               

Blood film report             

Red cell count

Platelet count     

ESR

MCV     

MPV

 

 

Biochemistry

Sodium

CK

Fasting Triglycerides

Potassium

Gamma GT

HDL Cholesterol

Chloride

Total Protein

HDL % of total

Bicarbonate

Albumin

LDL Cholesterol

Urea

Globulin

Iron

Creatinine

Calcium

T.I.B.C

Bilirubin

Corrected Calcium

Transferrin Saturation

Alkaline Phosphatase

Phosphate

Ferritin

Aspartate Transferase

Uric Acid

Thyroid Stimulation Hormone

Alanine Transferasa

Fasting Blood Glucose

Free Thyroxine

LDH

 

 

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Profile


Testosterone   

TSH   

Glucose

FSH    

DHEAs                                

Insulin

LH   

Lipid Profile             

17 Hydroxyprogesterone

Prolactin       

Androstenedione      

SHBG

Antimullerian Hormone

 

 

Female Infertility Profile

 

LH   

FSHProlactin  

Oestradiol (17-Beta)

MM2 Hormonal Profile


Progesterone 

Oestradiol

DHEA

Testosterone

Free T4                          

AMH

LH   

FSH

 

 

Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH)


Blood AMH levels correlate with the number of antral follicles with great specificity than inhibit B, Oestradiol, Follicle Stimulating Hormone and Luteinizing Hormone on day 3 of the cycle.  Therefore, day 3 AMH levels may reflect ovarian status better than the usual hormone markers mentioned.

An AMH test cannot be done if you are on the pill.

You will need to allow at least one cycle after stopping the pill before taking a test.

Male Infertility Profile


FSH

LH   

Testosterone

Free Androgen Index      

Prolactin   

SHBG

 

Thyroid profile


T4

TSH

Thyroid Antibodies

Free T3                                     

Free T4 

 

 

Celiac Disease Profile


antibodies IgA and IgM

antibodies with the genetic marker HLA DQ2/DQ8

 

 

See also sections Hormone tests and Fertility/Hormonal

 

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