A comprehensive test that providing a detailed assessment of the hormones that are involved in the control of a woman’s reproductive ability.
This panel gives insight into the hormonal changes that may indicate a transition into and the attainment of menopause.
Liquid-based cytology (LBC) is a simple, safe and effective method of examining the cells of the cervix and the HPV test looks for the HPV types that are known to confer a higher risk for the development of cervical cancer.
A simple screening panel that screens for a broad range of sexually transmitted infections.
A more sensitive screening panel that screens for a broad range of sexually transmitted infections.
A comprehensive panel provides more information on a wider range of STIs.
A comprehensive panel provides information on a wider range of STIs.
A panel used to help diagnose infections that could harm the unborn baby during pregnancy.
TORCH is an acronym for the 5 infections covered in the screening, which are toxoplasmosis, other agents, rubella, cytomegalovirus, and herpes simplex.
This panel gives information of the number and quality of eggs present in a woman’s ovary which may, following fertilisation, result in a healthy and successful pregnancy