Men’s Ultimate At Home Blood Test, from our experts to you.Dr Sam Rodgers MBBS, MRCGP
Chief Medical Officermeet our doctors
What does a men's blood test show?
Why check testosterone levels?
Why are liver, kidney, and cholesterol markers important for men?
How to prepare for your test?
Frequently asked questions
What is a men’s health check?
Our Men’s Ultimate at Home Blood Test provides a general health check and is suitable for men of all ages. It can test for potential chronic health conditions before physical symptoms appear and spot nutrition and dietary issues, which can be resolved by lifestyle changes. This men’s health blood check won’t diagnose a condition, but it can give you an insight into your health.
Our guide to health and wellness explains more.
Can you increase testosterone?
There are natural ways to increase or boost testosterone that involve adapting lifestyle factors like getting the right amount of exercise and sleep, reducing stress, and eating a healthy diet that includes sources of vitamin D and zinc. A low testosterone level alone doesn't need treatment.
Our guide to men’s hormones answers testosterone FAQs.
Is heart disease hereditary?
Having a family history of early heart disease can increase the risk of developing heart disease. While inherited heart conditions are passed on through families, some lifestyle factors can also increase your risk of heart disease like having high cholesterol, being overweight or obese, having diabetes, smoking, having an unhealthy diet and being physically inactive.
What are the signs of liver disease?
Often, there are no obvious signs or symptoms of liver disease until the disease has progressed to an advanced stage. If liver disease is left undiagnosed and untreated, it can lead to irreparable liver damage which can cause problems in your body.
Have a look at the signs and symptoms of liver disease.