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Sensational Sixties

INTRODUCTION

Welcome to "Sensational Sixties Plus", a comprehensive health screening package tailored for women aged 60 and beyond. Available in Basic and Extended options, this package is geared towards maintaining your optimal health, focusing on critical aspects like bone health, cardiovascular status, cancer screenings, and cognitive health assessments. While "Sensational Sixties Plus Basic" provides a good foundation, choosing "Sensational Sixties Plus Extended" offers a more thorough approach to preventative healthcare, enabling an empowering journey to a healthier and more fulfilling life. Opt for the Extended package to take the most proactive step in safeguarding your vibrant future.

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Basic package
  • Analysis of test results and medical data for up to 36 different disease entities
  • Opportunity to do further clarification tests with a 5% discount
  • Access to a dedicated doctor for consultation (additional payment)
  • Discount of 5% on cyclic tests, construction of health trends, and free medical consultations
Basic package
£117
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Extended package
  • Analysis of test results and medical data for up to 100 different disease entities
  • Opportunity to do further clarification tests at a discount of 11%
  • Consultation with a dedicated doctor included in the package price
  • Discount of 11% on cyclic tests, construction of health trends, and free medical consultations
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Extended package
£351
Discover the Diagnostic Areas Covered by Our Comprehensive Package

BENEFITS OF TESTING:

Sensational Sixties Plus Extended provides numerous benefits through comprehensive testing for women in their 60s and beyond:

  • Comprehensive Assessment: Urinalysis, CBC, Glucose, Insulin, ESR, CRP, and a detailed Lipid Profile, including Lp(a), to provide a holistic view of health, detect inflammation, and identify risks for diabetes, metabolic syndrome, and cardiovascular diseases.
  • Thyroid Function Evaluation: TSH, fT4, fT3, aTPO, and ATG tests for in-depth thyroid health assessment, crucial for early detection of thyroid dysfunction, autoimmune diseases, and potential cancerous lesions.
  • Bone Health Assessment: Calcium and Vitamin D tests determine risks of osteoporosis or other bone-related conditions for early preventive measures.
  • Kidney and Liver Function Monitoring: Creatinine/eGFR, Urea, AST, ALT, GGT, and Lipase tests provide insights into kidney and liver health, allowing early intervention for abnormalities.
  • Nutrient and Electrolyte Evaluation: Mg, Na, K, and Ca tests assess balance of essential nutrients and electrolytes, vital for the proper functioning of nervous system, muscles, bones, and cardiovascular system.
  • Cardiovascular Health Screening: D-dimer and NT-proBNP tests evaluate the risk of thromboembolic complications and heart failure.
  • Cognitive Health Screening: Evaluates memory, cognition, and mental acuity for early identification of cognitive changes and appropriate interventions.
List of Component Tests in Our Basic and Extended Lab Test Packages
  • Free Thyroxine: Blood
  • HS- CRP: Blood
  • Potassium: Blood
  • Full Blood Count: Blood
  • Vitamin D 25(OH): Blood
  • D-Dimer: Blood
  • Total Bilirubin: Blood
  • Uric Acid: Blood
  • Thyroid Stimulating Hormone: Blood
  • Sodium: Blood
  • Total Protein: Blood
  • Magnesium: Blood
  • Urine Microscopy: Blood
  • LDL Cholesterol: Blood
  • AST/GOT: Blood
  • ALT/GPT: Blood
  • Blood glucose: Blood
  • Triglyceride: Blood
  • Ferritin: Blood
  • Creatinine: Blood
  • Cholesterol: Blood
  • HDL Cholesterol: Blood
  • Free Thyroxine: Blood
  • HS- CRP: Blood
  • Potassium: Blood
  • Full Blood Count: Blood
  • Vitamin D 25(OH): Blood
  • D-Dimer: Blood
  • Total Bilirubin: Blood
  • Uric Acid: Blood
  • Thyroid Stimulating Hormone: Blood
  • Sodium: Blood
  • Total Protein: Blood
  • Magnesium: Blood
  • Urine Microscopy: Blood
  • LDL Cholesterol: Blood
  • AST/GOT: Blood
  • ALT/GPT: Blood
  • Blood glucose: Blood
  • Triglyceride: Blood
  • Ferritin: Blood
  • Creatinine: Blood
  • Cholesterol: Blood
  • HDL Cholesterol: Blood
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  • Alkaline phosphatase: Blood
  • Crosslaps-serum CTX: Blood
  • NT-Pro BNP: Blood
  • PTH: Blood
  • Gamma GT: Blood
  • Urea: Blood
  • Creatine Kinase: Blood
  • Cortisol: Blood
  • Calcium: Blood
  • Albumin: Blood
  • Free T3: Blood
  • Serum Folate (Vitamin B9): Blood
  • Vitamin B12: Blood
Take charge of your health today

TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR HEALTH TODAY:

Invest in the greatest gift - your health with Sensational Sixties Plus Basic. A preventive approach is key for a vibrant life, and this package enables early health issue detection. Don't wait for symptoms; prioritize your health today. Our dedicated healthcare professionals will guide you in this personalized journey. Though specific tests may vary, they're tailored for women in their 60s and beyond, focusing on individual needs. Make a commitment to a healthier future - schedule your Sensational Sixties Plus Basic health screening today. It's your first step towards lifelong vitality. Contact us for more details.

TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR HEALTH TODAY:

Prioritize your health with Sensational Sixties Plus Extended. Embrace proactive steps today for a vibrant future, with regular screenings that empower you to manage your health. Don't wait for symptoms - act now, invest in vitality, and take charge. Our team of healthcare professionals ensures a personalized, comfortable journey. Remember, prevention is key and your decision to choose Sensational Sixties Plus Extended safeguards your health, allowing for informed decisions. Embrace a thriving future, designed for women in their 60s and beyond. Contact us for more about this comprehensive health screening package.

Why get tested?
Benefits of Health Screening
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Regular health screenings, such as those offered by GetLabTest.com, are not only worth doing at least once in a lifetime, but also regularly every few years, even if you feel perfectly healthy. These screenings provide both prevention and peace of mind, which are both important for overall well-being. Although it may seem like a hassle to take time out of a busy schedule to attend a health screening, it can be well worth it for early detection and treatment of serious conditions. With the ability to detect over 100 conditions, including diabetes, hypertension, atherosclerosis, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases, a health screening can provide valuable information about one's overall health status and peace of mind.
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How It Works
Learn How GetLabTest.com Works - Simple Steps to Your Health Screening
Choose a Package

Choose a package that best suits your needs and preferences from our website. We offer both basic and extended packages for women's health.

Fill Out Health Survey

Fill out the online health survey provided by GetLabtest.com. This will help us determine which tests are necessary for you and provide you with the best results.

Choose a Location

Select a convenient collection point from the options provided. This could be a laboratory or a home visit by a trained phlebotomist to collect blood and urine samples.

Prepare for Testing

Prepare for the testing by following instructions provided by GetLabtest.com, such as fasting or avoiding certain foods and drinks. For urine tests, ensure that you are hydrated and have a clean catch.

Testing

Visit the chosen collection point at the scheduled time to have the tests done. The phlebotomist will collect the blood and urine samples for analysis.

Results and Analysis

GetLabtest.com's artificial intelligence system will analyze the test results to detect patterns of disease entities and prepare an analysis report. The report will be sent to a doctor who will confirm the diagnosis and provide recommendations and further tests or treatments if necessary.

Receive the Results

Once the doctor confirms the diagnosis, the results will be sent to you along with a detailed report on your health and any necessary recommendations.

Preparing for Your Lab Tests
Guidelines for a Smooth and Accurate Testing Experience
Blood Test Preparation Guidelines
Stay hydrated
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Drinking water prior to testing can help with sample collection.
Time of day
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It is recommended to schedule your appointment for blood tests in the morning hours between 7:00-10:00.
Medications and supplements:
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Blood samples should be collected before the morning dose. Some drugs can interfere with test results. Consult with your doctor whether you can delay your dose because of lab tests.
Other factors
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Tests should not be performed after a sleepless night or intense physical activity. It is recommended to avoid exercise and stress immediately before blood collection and to not smoke. A short rest is recommended.
Fasting
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It is recommended to fast for approximately 12 hours before blood sampling. The last meal of the previous day should ideally be consumed around 6:00 p.m. On the day before the test, avoid heavy and fatty meals as well as alcohol.
Biotin supplements:
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High doses of biotin supplements can affect test results, causing false elevation or reduction. It's recommended to avoid taking biotin for at least 72 hours before blood collection. If you are taking biotin, inform the personnel collecting the blood so that they can provide specific instructions.
Preparing for Urinalysis Test
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Maintain a normal diet and drink plenty of fluids to ensure a normal urine volume.
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Maintain a normal diet and drink plenty of fluids to ensure a normal urine volume.
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Abstain from sexual activity before providing a urine sample.
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Wash the area around the urethra with warm water, without using any cleaning or disinfecting products.
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For a routine urinalysis, a midstream urine sample should be collected in a clean, disposable container purchased from a pharmacy or provided by the laboratory.
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Women should avoid providing a urine sample during the menstrual period or within two days of its completion, as this can affect the test results due to the presence of red blood cells and epithelial cells in the urine.
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