NEW! Health risk panel for men 105 €

  • What do my key health indicators show?
  • What are my cholesterol and blood sugar levels, and is there any risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes?
  • Am I at risk of developing inflammation or anaemia?
  • What is the level of vitamin D and B12, and iron deposits, in my body?
  • Is it possible that I have a concealed health problem with my thyroid, liver or kidneys?
  • Do I have reason to suspect inflammation or enlargement of the prostate and am I at risk of developing prostate cancer?
  • What is my testosterone level and how can it affect my manhood – sexuality, fathering children, physical exercise?
  • Do my daily food choices support my health?
WHAT DOES THE PANEL CONTAIN?

The panel consists of 19 blood tests, which contribute towards an initial evaluation of a man’s health, and help find answers to the above questions.

WHO IS THE PANEL MEANT FOR?

The main health risks for men are lifestyle-related: on the one hand, an irregular and unhealthy diet, lack of exercise, being overweight and excessive alcohol consumption. On the other hand, overwork, work stress, lack of rest and sleep are also important factors.

The panel has been specifically created by lab doctors to provide a preventive health screening for men from the age of 35 onwards. However, we strongly recommend this panel if you are younger but already experiencing health problems, such as fatigue, weakness, sexual problems or other issues.

The panel provides an initial overview of your general health condition. It involves blood tests to help assess the ​most common health risks and conditions associated with men’s health: the ​​risk of developing a cardiovascular disease or diabetes, the presence of inflammatory processes in the body, the condition of liver cells, potential hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism, kidney problems and lack of some important substances in the body. For men, the results of the panel also provide information on the condition of their prostate and the related risk of prostate cancer, changes in the testosterone levels and the possible effects of these changes.

Should some results of the test deviate from the norm, it can then be decided if additional tests are necessary.

HOW TO PREPARE FOR A SAMPLE?

Learn how to prepare for a blood sample HERE.

As the panel also includes a thyroid test, please read the instructions for te test:
What to consider before giving a blood sample for thyroid tests.

The level of PSA, a prostate-specific antigen, is very sensitive to any effects on the prostate. It is recommended to refrain from sexual intercourse for 2-3 days before giving a blood test and to avoid other activities that may physically affect the prostate (e.g., cycling).

High doses of biotin or vitamin B7 (more than 5 mg per day) taken as a dietary supplement (including complex vitamins) can affect the testosterone test result by giving false high results. Therefore, it is recommended that biotin be discontinued at least 24 hours before giving a testosterone blood sample.

HOW DO I GET THE RESULTS?

The panel results will be displayed in this portal (under “Results”) within 2 working days.

The interpretation of test results may require clarification by a healthcare professional. If you have any questions, we recommend that you order an additional consultation with a lab doctor.

Hemogram with 5-part leukogram, i.e., white blood cell count
CRP (high sensitivity)
Ferritin
Alanine aminotransferase (ALAT)
Gamma-glutamyl transferase (GGT)
Creatinine
eGFR
Glucose
Glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c)
Glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c) %
Cholesterol
LDL cholesterol
HDL cholesterol
Triglycerides
Uric acid
Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH)
Vitamin B12
Folate
Vitamin D (25-OH)
Prostate-specific antigen (PSA)
Testosterone
Grand total:

105 €

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