Woman

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Health check - Female

Woman

48 Biomarkers
Blood sample
How does the blood test take place?
Sampling for this test is done via a venous blood sample. The sample is usually taken from a vein in the crook of the elbow and is performed by trained healthcare professionals. How much blood you are allowed to give depends on the number of health markers to be analyzed. The sampling usually takes a few minutes.
Fasting
Fasting

This test requires you to fast before sampling. Fasting means that you are not allowed to eat or drink anything for at least 10 hours before your scheduled time for sampling. However, a glass of water is fine to drink during the fast. Any medications are taken as usual unless your doctor has given other instructions.

1 750 kr
Woman
  • Health check designed for women.
  • Includes a total of 48 health markers.
  • Gives you information about your overall health.
  • Can identify early signs of health problems.
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Women's Health Checkup includes analysis of various relevant health markers and is tailored for you as a woman who wants to gain detailed insight into your health data. We recommend the Health Checkup to those of you who have a higher interest in your health data and who really want to optimize your lifestyle. Women's health controls are also carried out with the aim of detecting possible risk factors in various areas and specific blood values.

Health monitoring includes, but is not limited to, tests of the heart and blood vessels, thyroid gland, kidneys, liver, diabetes, vitamins and minerals, blood status, hormonal imbalance and inflammation, all of which together give you a clear picture of your health. By booking the health check, you can discover any current or future deficiencies or deviations that can be improved and prevented with a lifestyle change.

Why should I have a medical check-up as a woman?

Women who generally feel well, eat healthily, are physically active, don't smoke, and consume only moderate amounts of alcohol, or no alcohol at all, live significantly longer on average than those with unhealthy lifestyle habits. If the above applies to you, you may not need extensive regular health checks. But assuming you want to get a deeper insight into your health data and have an interest in optimizing your health, this health check can be a good start.

Healthy, healthy, and physically active women ages 25-35 can benefit from this comprehensive health screening every three years. Starting at age 40, it may be good to get your health check a little more regularly every year or two and then once a year around age 50 because the risk of cardiovascular disease increases as we all get older.

A health check can identify early signs of possible health problems.

We think regular health checks are good because they can identify any early signs of health problems. In particular, regular checkups can detect differences in your health data from time to time. We are all different and have unique lifestyles and our bodies and health data are individual. Early detection of strongly deviant symptom-related changes or health data increases the chances of effective treatment. Even if you are a perfectly healthy person and do not have underlying or similar heart disease, a complete health check can show if you are at risk of developing one.

Getting a health check is also an option to gain a deeper insight into your lifestyle and habits to see what improvements can be made to optimize your health. If your values show that you have a hormonal imbalance or a lack of important vitamins or minerals, you have the opportunity to improve your lifestyle to increase your well-being.

Summary Health Check Benefits - Female

  • Analyzes several relevant health markers tailored for women.
  • Provides detailed knowledge of your health data and helps you optimize your lifestyle.
  • Detects possible risk factors in several areas and specific blood values.
  • Includes tests for heart and blood vessels, thyroid, kidney, liver, diabetes, vitamins and minerals, blood status, hormones and inflammation.
  • Gives a clear picture of your health and discovers deficiencies or deviations that can be improved and prevented.
  • Identifies early signs of possible health problems and makes it possible to receive effective treatment at an early stage.
  • Identifies possible hormonal imbalance, lack of important vitamins and minerals.

Proteins are specific nutrients made up of several combined amino acids. In the body, there are over 10,000 different proteins that form the building blocks of all tissues and other body parts and are used in several important processes such as forming cells, enzymes and hormones.

ALB
Albumin
Albumin is a protein from the liver that keeps fluid in the bloodstream. In kidney disease, albumin can leak into the urine, resulting in lower albumin levels in the blood and swelling of the body. Low albumin can also indicate poor nutritional status.
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BAS
Basophilic granulocytes
Basophilic granulocytes are a type of white blood cell formed in the bone marrow from stem cells and are used to assess the health of the bone marrow and to detect any disease or infection in the body.
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EOS
Eosinophilic granulocytes
Eosinophilic granulocytes are white blood cells that are involved in the body's defense against allergies and parasites, are formed in the bone marrow and are used for the diagnosis of diseases such as autoimmune diseases, allergies or parasitic infections, and are included in a differential count of B cells, among other white blood cells.
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FER
Ferritin
The body's iron is stored by ferritin, which is a protein. A normal level of ferritin is important for the body's formation of hemoglobin which takes place through iron.
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HBA
HbA1c
HbA1c is a blood test that measures your long-term sugar, that is, blood sugar bound to red blood cells over a three-month period. HbA1c shows the level of blood sugar during that period.
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HB
Hemoglobin
Hemoglobin transports oxygen and carbon dioxide, it is produced in the bone marrow and is important for the body's function and for the diagnosis of diseases.
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HCR
High-sensitivity CRP
High-sensitivity CRP is a marker of inflammation and is used as an indicator of cardiovascular disease risk and low-grade inflammation.
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LDH
Lactate dehydrogena LD
Lactate dehydrogenase (LD) is an enzyme that is found in the body's cells and is released when tissue is damaged. Elevated levels of lactate dehydrogenase (LD) indicate cell breakdown and tissue damage that may be related to cardiac muscle, skeletal muscle, or liver.
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WBC
Leukocytes
Leukocytes are white blood cells that are important for the body's immune system and protect against infections and diseases by attacking harmful substances.
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LYM
Lymphocytes
Lymphocytes are an important type of white blood cell in the immune system that includes B lymphocytes that produce antibodies and T lymphocytes that directly attack infected cells and cancer cells, and also contribute to the memory of previous encounters with foreign substances.
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MCV
MCV
MCV stands for erythrocyte mean cell volume. Low or high levels of MCV can indicate anemia and other conditions and diseases.
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MON
Monocytes
Monocytes are white blood cells that make up about 2-8% of white blood cells and are important for the immune system which, when they reach the tissue, are transformed into macrophages and are specialized in capturing and destroying foreign particles and bacteria as well as helping to regulate inflammation and coordinate the immune system.
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PMN
Neutrophil granulocytes
There are several different types of white blood cells, neutrophil granulocytes are one, these have all important tasks for the body's immune system.
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PLT
Platelets
Thrombocytes, also known as platelets, are cells important for blood clotting. They are produced in the bone marrow and help prevent bleeding by forming blood clots in the event of injury. The platelets attach to the site of injury and form a plug to stop the bleeding and protect the body.
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Heart and blood vessel biomarkers are specific substances or indicators that can be measured in the blood to evaluate the health and function of the cardiovascular system. These biomarkers provide valuable information about the risk, diagnosis, and management of various heart and blood vessel conditions.

RBC
Erythrocytes RBC
Red blood cells erythrocytes are the most common type of blood cells in humans. These are responsible, among other things, for transporting oxygen and removing carbon dioxide from the body.
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EVF
Hematocrit, EVF
Hematocrit, EVF, a percentage of red blood cells in the blood, shows oxygen transport and health.
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HBM
Hemoglobin mass
Hemoglobin mass is affected by several factors such as number of red blood cells, size and amount of hemoglobin mass in each cell. Higher hemoglobin mass results in better oxygen delivery and reduced fatigue during physical activity.
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Hormones are substances that control processes in the body and are produced in special glands and cells in the body.

E2
Estradiol
Estradiol is a form of estrogen, one of the most important female sex hormones. It plays an important role in regulating the menstrual cycle, preparing for pregnancy, and maintaining normal female reproductive functions.
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LH
Lutropin (LH)
Lutropin, also known as luteinizing hormone (LH), is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland, a gland located in the brain. LH plays an important role in the reproductive system in both men and women.
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P4
Progesterone
Progesterone is a female sex hormone that occurs naturally in the body and is important for the female reproductive system. It is produced mainly in the ovaries of the ovulatory cycle and in smaller amounts by the adrenal glands.
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FT3
T3 Free
T3 Free (Triiodothyronine) is a hormone produced by the thyroid gland and plays an important role in the body's metabolism. A hormonal imbalance in the thyroid gland can lead to thyroid disorders.
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FT4
T4 Free
T4 Free is a thyroid hormone that measures the free thyroxine in the blood and plays an important role in body temperature and metabolism. An imbalance may indicate thyroid problems.
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TSH
TSH
TSH is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland. TSH plays an important role in the body's hormone system and stimulates the thyroid gland to produce the hormones T4 and T3.
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The liver is the body's largest organ and has the task of purifying the blood.

ALA
ALT
Alate, alanine aminotransferase, is an enzyme found in the cells of the liver and the tissues of the body. The marker Alat, alanine aminotransferase, is used when liver cell damage is suspected.
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ALP
ALP
Alkaline phosphatases, ALP, are a type of enzyme that breaks down phosphate groups in organic molecules and are active at a higher pH value (alkaline).
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ASA
AST
Aspartate aminotransferase (AST) is an enzyme that is normally found inside the cells of the liver. In case of inflammation or irritation in the liver, AST can leak into the blood.
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GGT
GT, gamma
GT, gamma, is an enzyme that the body uses to break down amino acids. If liver or biliary tract disease is suspected, the GT value can be measured.
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The markers of the kidney tests measure values of various kidney markers that can provide answers as to whether you have reduced kidney function. Get answers to your values - order and make an appointment for a blood test.

CYS
Cystatin C
Cystatin C is a protein produced by all cells in the body and filtered by the kidneys. Measuring cystatin C levels can give an indication of kidney function.
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PO4
Phosphate
Phosphate is an additive, it often appears in combination with, for example, sodium and calcium which form salts - these are called phosphates.
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CR
Creatinine
Creatinine is formed in your muscles when the body breaks down creatine phosphate (the muscles' energy reserve). The kidneys' job is to filter creatinine.
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URA
Urate
Urate or uric acid is a naturally occurring chemical compound produced in the kidneys and intestines and excreted when the body breaks down substances called purines.
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UEA
Urea (UEA)
Urea is a residual product that is formed during the breakdown of proteins and amino acids from the food we put into us
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EGF
eGFR Cystatin C
eGFR is a marker of kidney function, a low eGFR (estimated glomerular filtration rate) may indicate impaired kidney function.
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Other health markers and calculations between different health markers.

BIB
Bilirubin (BIB)
Bilirubin is a waste product that is formed as a result of the breakdown of hemoglobin, the red blood pigment, in the body.
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GLU
Glucose
Glucose is a type of sugar that provides energy and comes from food. Insulin helps move glucose from the blood into the cells. Blood sugar is the level of glucose in the blood and can be high or low. Diabetes affects blood sugar levels and causes high blood sugar.
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CPK
Creatine kinase, CK
Creatine kinase is an enzyme that plays a significant role in the body's muscles. Creatine kinase is found in the brain, heart, skeletal muscles, and other body tissues.
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Lipids (blood fats) consist of fats or biological material that cannot be dissolved in water.

HDL
HDL cholesterol
HDL cholesterol, also known as "the good cholesterol", has anti-inflammatory properties and is responsible for transporting unwanted cholesterol to the liver for burning, reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease.
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TC
Total cholesterol
Cholesterol is a natural fat that is important to the body because it helps build cells and produce hormones. It is found both in the cells of the body and in certain foods.
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LDL
LDL cholesterol
LDL cholesterol, also known as "bad cholesterol", is a form of cholesterol carried in the body that can cause heart disease if there is too much of it.
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TG
Triglycerides
Triglycerides are a type of fat found in the blood and used as a source of energy. They are a combination of glycerol and three fatty acids and play an important role in the body's energy metabolism. High levels of triglycerides in the blood have been shown to be a risk factor for health problems such as cardiovascular disease.
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Minerals are non-organic compounds that are used as building blocks to build up parts of the body.

FE
Iron
Common symptoms and causes of high and low iron levels. Imbalanced iron levels can cause various conditions that may sometimes require treatment.
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CA
Calcium
Calcium is important for muscles, nerves and heart. We get calcium from dairy products, leafy vegetables and nuts. Vegetarians and vegans can get added calcium from alternatives to milk.
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K
Potassium
Potassium is an important mineral for body function, especially for muscle cells. A small part of the total amount of potassium is found in body fluids, and when the potassium level is measured, it is measured in the fluid around the blood cells.
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MG
Magnesium
Magnesium is a mineral that is important for many of the body's functions, such as metabolism and the functioning of the nerves.
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NA
Sodium
Sodium is a mineral that we get in our diet through, for example, meat, fish and cereals, as well as ordinary table salt, which consists of sodium chloride.
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Do you have a vitamin deficiency? By testing your values with our vitamin tests, you get answers based on analyzes carried out by an accredited laboratory. We offer a wide range of tests that focus on specific vitamins to give you deeper insight into your most important nutrients. Vitamins are essential for the body's functions and a deficiency can affect your health and well-being in various ways. By measuring your vitamin levels, you can identify any imbalances and take steps to improve your diet and lifestyle.

B12
Cobalamin
Cobalamin (vitamin B12) is necessary for the body's functionality in the nervous system and for the production of red blood cells. Lack of vitamin B12 can indicate health problems that need to be followed up.
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D25
S-25-hydroxi-Vitamin D
The biomarker S-25-hydroxy-Vitamin D is analyzed in order to measure and assess the Vitamin-D balance in the body.
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B9
Folate (folic acid)
Folate is an important B vitamin that plays a central role in cell growth and function, the production of DNA and RNA, and blood formation.
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Before visiting a reception for sampling, you need to do the following:

Activate referral and select reception

To activate your referral, simply follow the instructions that you will receive via email after completing the purchase. The email contains an activation code, by clicking on the link in the email you enter the flow to fill in any information, activate the referral and select reception in the sample answer service zample.

Before the sampling

  • Fast for 10 hours before sampling.
  • Leave the test before 10:00 in the morning.
  • Medicines and dietary supplements: Avoid intake of any iron tablets on the same day as the test if your test contains the marker iron. Postpone the intake of any thyroid medication until after the sample is taken and avoid dietary supplements or drugs with a high content of biotin before tests relating to thyroid markers.
  • Rest for 15 minutes in place on the sampling unit.
  • Bring valid identification.

The referral is available digitally at the sampling unit after you activate it, follow the instructions you receive via email. Here you can read our guidelines before taking samples.

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How does it work?

Get control of your health - four simple steps

1. Order a health check

Choose a health check or create your own by adding optional health tests to your cart.

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2. Activate the referral

After payment, you will receive an activation code via email. Log in via "My test results" or click on the link in the email, and use the code to activate the referral and choose reception.

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3. Leave the blood sample

You visit the chosen reception to do your test. Your referral is valid for 5 months after activation.

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4. Test answers and statement

You will receive your test answers within 1-5 working days, the test answers are received continuously. Once all test results are received, they are reviewed and issued by a doctor.

Why Testmottagningen.se?

With us you always get:

Qualitative analysis

To offer you the highest possible quality and service we collaborate with accredited laboratories and trained healthcare personnel.

Lowest possible price

Our vision is that as many people as possible should have the opportunity to improve their health. That's why we always strive to keep prices low.

Your needs – your choice

With us, you can always choose freely among all our health markers and design your own personal health check based on your needs.

Quick test results – reviewed by doctors

Within 1-5 working days you will receive your test results, these are reviewed and assessed by a doctor. In the event of significantly deviating test answers, you will be called. You can also make an appointment with a doctor for a personal review.

Questions and answers

Add the health check or tests you want to carry out to the shopping cart, go to checkout and choose the payment option that suits you. After completed payment, we will send an email with an activation code for your referral. You use the activation code in the sample response service "My journal" to activate the referral and select the reception where you want to leave your samples.

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We collaborate with Sweden's leading laboratories, Unilabs, Karolinska and Synlab, as well as sampling clinics at Encia so that you as a customer get the highest possible quality. This is where you go for sampling performed by their experienced staff. The analysis is performed by authorized personnel at Unilabs, Synlab and Karolinska.

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To create your own referral select the specific markers you want to test for in the shopping cart. When you complete your purchase, a separate referral is created based on your choices.

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It usually takes 1-5 working days to get your test results, these are sent to you continuously as the analysis is done. The doctors comment will appear in the final report when all test results have been received, provided it is included in your analysis.

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No, blood tests do not replace contact with the healthcare system, which together with medical history, clinical examinations and possible blood tests can make a diagnosis.

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Yes, you can buy all tests and health checks with us for another person. After you complete a purchase, you will receive an email with an activation code. The activation code is not personal, which means that you can give the activation code to any person. The person who is to use the code needs to have a Swedish social security number or a valid reserve number.

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