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  • AMH

    Anti-Mullerian Hormone test: What We Do

    If you are trying to conceive, you have probably heard of AMH and its importance in fertility. Measurement of AMH is incredibly useful to assess fertility and can help determine how well a woman may respond to fertility treatment.

  • Pregnancy Health Check

    Nutritional Needs When Pregnant

    When you’re pregnant, it’s even more critical to have a healthy diet, as what you consume is the primary source of nutrition for your baby. Read more above on those essential nutrients for mothers.

  • Vitamin B12 Blood Test

    Signs you could be deficient in Vitamin B12

    B12, deficiency can cause your body to fail with fatigue, memory loss, migraines and jaundice listed as symptoms. Read more to see how you can detect deficiency through one simple test.

  • Mental Health Awareness Week

    Mental Health Awareness Week

    At Randox Health, we offer a variety of tests that can help you identify any underlying conditions for mental health awareness week.

  • How genes impact your health

    How Genes Impact Your Health

    Genes determine your eye colour, your hair but also decide whether you will get a disease. Randox Health help families find their risk from diseases like Genetic Haemochromatosis, Coeliac Disease, Lactose Intolerance and many more.

  • Could I have lactose intolerance? Find out your risk today

    Identifying key genetic markers to determine risk of Primary Lactose Intolerance will allow you to make necessary changes to improve how your quality of life.

  • Test Your Liver Health

    Liver Disease is the third leading cause of premature death in the UK, however early and effective testing and lifestyle changes can stop liver failure. Read more on how one test can hugely improve your quality of life

  • STIQ Day – Get Tested

    STIQ Day is on 14th January every year to raise awareness about sexual health & encourage testing for sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Find out more on why just because your symptomless doesn’t mean you aren’t infected.