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PCOS Woman Health Check

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Helping you gain insights into diagnosing Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, assess hormone imbalances, and identify risks like insulin resistance and fertility issues, guiding effective treatment.

Understand changes in your body

Identifying PCOS

Hormonal changes

Results available within 3-5 days



How can the PCOS Woman health check help you?

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A PCOS health check can provide valuable insights into several aspects of your health if you’re suspected of having Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. It can:

  1. Confirm the Diagnosis of PCOS: Through hormone level assessments and ultrasound imaging, it can confirm whether you have PCOS, characterized by symptoms like irregular periods, excess hair growth, and ovarian cysts.
  2. Evaluate Hormone Levels: The check measures levels of hormones like testosterone, which tend to be higher in PCOS, and others that affect your menstrual cycle and fertility.
  3. Assess Risk Factors: It can help assess risk factors associated with PCOS, such as insulin resistance, which can lead to diabetes, and elevated cholesterol levels, indicating potential heart health issues.
  4. Guide Treatment Decisions: Based on the results, healthcare providers can recommend the most effective treatments for managing symptoms, improving fertility, and reducing the risk of long-term health complications like type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

Which tests are included in the PCOS Woman health check?

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About the PCOS Woman Health Check

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormonal disorder among women of reproductive age, characterized by irregular menstrual cycles, excessive hair growth, acne, and often obesity. It’s caused by an imbalance of reproductive hormones, leading to problems in the ovaries. PCOS is also associated with insulin resistance and can increase the risk of developing diabetes, heart disease, and other health conditions. A PCOS health check aims to diagnose the syndrome early, often through a combination of blood tests to measure hormone levels, glucose tolerance, and insulin resistance, as well as an ultrasound to look at the ovaries and assess for the presence of cysts. The goal is to identify PCOS and its associated risks, enabling timely intervention with lifestyle changes, medications, or other treatments to manage symptoms and reduce long-term health risks.

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

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What biomarkers are measured in the PCOS Woman 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

PCOS Woman Health Check FAQ's

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