General health blood test

Know your body better with a general health check. Understand how to improve your cholesterol, liver function, vitamin D and more. Test arrives in 1-2 days. Results in 48 hours.

£81.00

Every 3 months

Pause, change, or cancel at any time

Ways to take your sample

Home finger-prick • Nurse - £40

What can a general health check tell you?

A general health check gives you a clear picture of what’s going on inside and how to support your body. Check everything from your cholesterol levels to your liver function and vitamin D levels.

We can help you improve your health in just 3 months — more than 70% of customers who begin with out of range results improve by their second blood test. 

Our doctors always explain the next steps to help you maintain or improve your results. And you can access your health data anytime, anywhere, just as you should be able to.  

What's covered in this blood test?

Cholesterol (lipid profile)

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Lipids, including cholesterol, are essential for the production of hormones and vitamin D. But high cholesterol levels are linked to an increased risk of heart disease and stroke.

HbA1c (diabetes risk)

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HbA1c (glycated haemoglobin) measures your average blood sugar over the past 3 months, which is a good indicator for the risk of developing pre-diabetes and diabetes.

Liver function

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Your liver has over 500 functions — like detoxifying your blood and absorbing nutrients. Poor liver health puts you at risk of chronic disease (like heart disease), weight gain and low energy.

Vitamin D

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Vitamin D helps your body absorb calcium. If you don’t get enough vitamin D you might feel depressed, tired, get sick often, have weak bones and muscle pain.

Advanced iron profile

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Iron is an important part of haemoglobin, which carries oxygen around your body. Low iron levels can cause tiredness, shortness of breath, head pain, and heart palpitations.

Vitamin B12 (total)

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Vitamin B12 is essential for a healthy nervous system. If you’re deficient it can cause tiredness, pins and needles, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, and muscle weakness.

Vitamin B9 (folate)

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Folate (vitamin B9) is needed for healthy skin, hair, and eyes. If you’re deficient it can cause tiredness, pins and needles, heart palpitations, shortness of breath and muscle weakness.

Collection method

Your test kit contains everything you need to collect your sample at home. Our instructions will guide you through it.

How it works

Thriva kit

Do your test

Your kit arrives in 1-2 days. Find out how to collect your sample at home. You’ll need to fill 2 tubes for this test — around 10 drops of blood.

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Get results in 48 hours

Free post your sample to our lab and get your results in 48 hours. Access your GP-reviewed report in your results dashboard.

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Support your health

Our doctors give you evidence-based tips to help you support your health. And you can access articles, podcasts, and recipes.

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How does your subscription work?

Your blood test arrives every 3 months. You can change your subscription and how often you’d like a test on your account dashboard. We’ll remind you that payment is due 3 days before your kit arrives. And you can pause, change, or cancel at any time.

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Data protection

Your data is in safe hands. We use the latest encryption technologies and take our Data Protection obligations seriously.

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What's included in your home testing kit?

Your Thriva test kit includes:

- collection tube(s)

- plaster x 2

- return form x 1

- alcohol swab x 1

- lancet x 3

- prepaid envelope x 1

- cleansing wipe x 1

- collection tube label(s)

- protective plastic case x 1

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How to collect your sample at home

Learn how to collect your finger-prick blood sample at home by following our instructions. You can access these on the app too. It takes around 30 minutes to complete the process at home.

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Will a GP write your report?

Our doctors always review and explain your blood test results. View them in a detailed report on your account dashboard. You'll also get advice to help support your health or manage an existing condition.

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How long does it take to get your results?

Understanding your health should be quick and easy. That’s why our doctors share your results within 48 hours. And you can access your data at any time.

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How do you know when your results are ready?

We’ll email or text you to let you know your blood samples have been received, processed, and are ready to view on your results dashboard.

What else do you get?

Get a personalised plan to improve, maintain, or develop healthy habits for life. Access on your dashboard.

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