Ultimate Sports Performance blood test (Female)


  • Results within 24 hours

  • Blood draw included

This enhanced screen allows you to monitor your athletic performance and the impact on your body. This can be used to improve performance and inform fitness plans and goals. This profile includes Testosterone, Diabetes screen, inflammatory screen, Cholesterol, Liver and kidney function, Full blood count, Thyroid screen, Creatinine kinase, LH, FSH, Prolactin and Oestradiol (17Beta).   This includes sample collection at our clinic. Results available the same working day or up to 24 hours. This test is recommended for all  >18 years. Includes 63 markers. One Free online GP appointment included with this test upon request.

What is the difference between this test and the sports performance test?

The main difference between the standard sports performance test and the ultimate sports performance blood test (female) is primarily that one is focused more on the female body, and the hormones that are in particular more concentrated in a female body, and the sports performance test is suitable for both sexes and provides a general overview of the body’s performance.

Why does it include so many tests?

We include almost all of our available tests in this ultimate package as it allows a broader and more comprehensive overview of the health and wellbeing of your body. Each individual test will give its own results where advice and recommendations will be given specifically to address any concerns.

How is the test conducted?

A blood sample will be taken from the arm, if you are required to fast prior to taking the test you will be notified, some medications may be need to halted temporarily, however, consult your doctor on this.

How will this test help my performance?

Our ultimate sports performance test will help you determine your athletic performance and can indicate any potential negative effects of your fitness routine, by measuring the levels of:

  • C-reactive Protein (Inflammatory test)
  • Creatinine
  • Prolactin
  • Oestradiol (17-Beta)
  • Follicle Stimulating (FSH)
  • Luteinizing Hormone (LH)
  • Cholesterol
  • Liver and kidney function
  • Full blood count (Red and white blood cells, haemoglobin, haematocrit, platelets)
  • Testosterone
  • Diabetes (Glucose)
  • Thyroid (T4, TSH, T3)

If any of these are raised, or too low, it can indicate certain conditions and ailments that may impact your sports performance, understanding what is wrong and how to correct it will greatly benefit how you perform and recover.