Pregnancy Test

£49.00 15 minutes

Carrying out a pregnancy test involves checking your blood or urine for a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). This hormone is made by the placenta. The placenta furnishes your growing baby with oxygen and nutrients from your bloodstream during the pregnancy. This test would check whether you are pregnant or not. Blood tests can detect pregnancy hormones at lower levels than a urine test. This test will help you confirm your pregnancy at the earliest possible date. Need a quick clinic pregnancy test? Book here

SKU: SKU025-10

Location: Unit 6 Minerva Business Centre, 58-60 Minerva Road, London, NW10 6HJ

Description

Identifying conditions of this test

Pregnancy (1 Biomarkers)

Blood tests can detect pregnancy hormones at lower levels than a standard urine test so you can confirm your pregnancy at the earliest possible date. The presence of the hormone Beta-HCG is used to confirm pregnancy and the quantitative levels of this hormone in your blood can sometimes be used to determine the gestational age of your foetus.

Beta-hCG

Beta-human chorionic gonadotropin (Beta-hCG) is a protein produced in the placenta during pregnancy that is used to determine the stage of pregnancy.