Blood Group Profile




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What can I expect from the Blood Group Profile?

This in-store test will determine your blood group and is called ABO typing. There are 4 main blood groups (types of blood) – A, B, AB and O. Your blood group is determined by the genes you inherit from your parents and based on which proteins are on the surface of your red blood cells. Each group can be either RhD positive (+) or RhD negative (-), which means in total there are 8 blood groups. Blood group O is the most common blood group. Almost half of the UK population (48%) has blood group O. Please note this test has a 2 to 3 day turnaround time.


This test checks 1 biomarker.

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A full blood count can be used to check your overall health and may help detect a wide range of issues such as infection, anaemia and leukaemia.

Blood group

There are 4 main blood groups - A, B, AB and O. Each group can be either RhD positive or RhD negative, which means in total there are 8 blood types.



How does it work?

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There is no better way to check for underlying health problems or monitor existing conditions, than with a blood test. In collaboration with our dedicated state-of-the-art laboratory partner in London we offer the latest in pathology testing solutions across many disciplines including biochemistry, immunology, haematology, and molecular biology. 

Whether you are concerned about your health, managing an existing condition or simply curious, our partner laboratory provides a fast, affordable, and easy way to start taking charge of your own health. 

You will receive your results on the day after your sample is received by the laboratory, this is usually within 2-3 days of having your blood taken in-store. 

The laboratory runs a 24/7 operation and tests all samples as quickly as possible after receiving them which enables the team of in-house GPs to review and communicate your results in the fastest possible timeframe. 

*It is important to note that blood tests alone are not a substitute for seeing a doctor, particularly if you have any symptoms. You should not make a diagnosis or start any treatment without a consultation with a doctor or suitably trained healthcare professional.