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Ovarian Cancer Health Check

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Helping you gain insights into effectively detecting early signs of ovarian cancer and assess the health of the ovaries for timely intervention and treatment.

Assess Ovarian Cancer Markers

Ultrasound of Ovaries

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Results available within 3-5 days



How can the Ovarian Cancer health check help you?

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One of the key markers we look at for assessing ovarian cancer is CA-125. This is a protein made by some ovarian cancers. It circulates in the blood, so it can be measured with a blood test.

High levels of CA-125 are often found in people who have ovarian cancer, however testing this alone is not completely reliable to detect ovarian cancer, because other medical conditions of the womb and ovaries can also raise the levels of CA125 such as:

  • endometriosis
  • fibroids
  • pelvic inflammatory disease
  • pregnancy

This is why combining with diagnostic imaging helps to give much more detailed insight and help identify or rule in/out other gynaecological health issues.


Which tests are included in the Ovarian Cancer health check?

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Physiological Measurements
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About the Ovarian Cancer Health Check

Ovarian cancer affects the ovaries and is is a growth of cells that forms in the ovaries. The cells multiply quickly and can invade and destroy healthy body tissue. Women have two ovaries, one on each side of the uterus. The ovaries are about the size of an almond and their role is to produce and store your eggs (also called ovum) and make hormones that control your menstrual cycle and pregnancy. During ovulation, one of your ovaries releases an egg. If a sperm fertilises this egg, you can become pregnant.

This health check encompasses the most common diagnostic tests you would typically have when investigating ovarian cancer including blood test – markers and ultrasound imaging. The combination of this is also great as imaging can help to look at number of things related to your ovaries including:

  • your ovaries are the right size
  • your ovaries look normal in texture
  • there are any cysts in your ovaries

This may also help pick up other concerns that may need addressing

Want to gain even more insights, upgrade or book the Ultimate Core Health Check..

Reproductive Health
Cardiovascular Health
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What biomarkers are measured in the Ovarian Cancer blood test ?

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Results, Clear and Simple ..

You will receive results of your blood test, ultrasound scan along with a report from one of our GP partners summarising the results and any further action that may or may not be necessary. In all cases we strongly recommend sharing your results with your regular GP/ health care provider.

You will receive a verbal summary of the ultrasound scan findings after your scan appointment. Full results including the diagnostic scan report and summary report from one of our GP partners will be securely emailed to you within 2-3 days after your appointment.

Note: all reports are password protected for your safety, details of the password will be mentioned in the email containing the report.

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Reviews from our patients..


James Murray
Verified Patient
Everything went like clockwork. Helpful reminders, things arriving when they are supposed to. Loads of support.


Rita Shults
Verified Patient
An Investment in your own Health and Wellbeing. A well designed service with informative and useful feedback.


Alex Watts
Verified Patient
Fast, Easy and Seamless process, will definitely have all follows ups here

Ovarian Cancer Health Check FAQ's

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