- Resting ECG
- Blood pressure measurement in relative rest
- Eyetest – long and close range
- Audiogram – hearing test
- PEF measurement / mini spirometry
- Calculate BMI and waist circumference
- Urine samples for protein and glucose
- Feces test is offered to people over 40 years.
- Blood sample of:
- Red & white blood cells
- Uric acid
- Blood sugar
- Good and bad cholesterol
- Vitamin B12 (People over 40 years)
- TSH (Thyroid Test Women Over 40 Years)
- PSA (Prostate Test Male Over 40 Years)
- HBA1C (Long-term blood sugar at BMI over 30)
Book a appointment for health check
To book a health check, you can either call us or send an email.
Phone: 08-545 816 70
Exam & sampling with nurse
On your first visit, you meet a nurse and do tests and take blood tests. Together with the nurse, you book a time that suits you for a review of your test results with a doctor.
Review of test results with a doctor
The health check includes a doctor's visit where you go through the test results together. During the doctor's visit there is time for questions. The health check ends with a copy of the test results being obtained.
About CA-125, Ca-19-9 and CEA
The CA-125 has become a tumor marker or biomarker. An elevated level in the blood can indicate ovarian cancer. Ovarian cancer is a collective name for malignant tumors that originate from the ovaries or its nearby structures.
An elevated level of CA-19-9 may indicate a tumor at the colon rectum and ventricle.
CEA is considered a good marker for colon cancer. However, all cancer patients have not increased CEA, but this is individual. For those patients with an increase, CEA is a good marker for follow-up treatment.
Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone and an anabolic steroid. In men, testosterone plays a key role in the development of male reproductive tissue such as testicles and prostate, and promotes secondary sexual properties such as increased muscle and bone mass and the growth of body hair. In addition, testosterone is involved in health and well-being, and prevention of osteoporosis. Insufficient levels of testosterone in men can lead to abnormalities including weakness and bone loss.
Progesterone is an endogenous steroid and progestogen sex hormone involved in menstrual cycle, pregnancy and embryogenesis in humans. It belongs to a group of steroid hormones called progestogens, and is the largest progestogen in the body. Progesterone has a number of important functions in the body. It is also an important metabolic intermediate in the production of other endogenous steroids, including sex hormones and corticosteroids, and plays an important role in the brain function as neurosteroid.
Estradiol, including estradiol, is an estrogen steroid hormone and is the premier female sex hormone. It is involved in the regulation of estrogen and female menstrual reproductive cycles. Estradiol is responsible for the development of female secondary sexual properties such as breasts, widening of the hips and a feminine pattern of fat distribution in women and is important for the development and maintenance of female reproductive tissues such as mammary glands, uterus and vagina during puberty, adulthood and pregnancy. It also has important effects in many other tissues, including bones, fat, skin, liver and brain.
Calcium is a vital mineral that is part of the skeleton, teeth and nerve function. It also helps in blood coagulation. The largest part of calcium in the body is stored in the teeth and skeleton.
The test shows the calcium level in the blood, which is usually strictly regulated. Deviations mean that the calcium levels are either too low or too high. Symptoms of a low calcium level may be tingling in the fingers, muscle spasms and twitching. High calcium levels may be due to appetite and energy loss, nausea or constipation.
This blood sample helps diagnose diseases affecting the bones, hearts, nerves, kidneys and other organs.
Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP)
About Gluten Intolerance
Gluten intolerance means you can not withstand the protein gluten found in wheat, rye and grains. Gluten causes the small intestine to become inflamed and can not absorb nutrition as it should. The most common symptoms of untreated gluten intolerance are diarrhea, stomach glands, fatigue and weight loss, but the symptoms can vary a lot. Gluten intolerance lasts forever, but the trouble usually passes when you eat food without gluten.
About Lactose Intolerance
When you have lactose intolerance you have a reduced ability to pick up lactose, ie milk sugar from the food. This is because the intestinal mucosa has a lower level of enzyme lactase, which is required for the milk sugar to be disintegrated and absorbed by the small intestine. With a reduced level of lactase, milk sugar instead comes into the large intestine and is broken down by bacteria, which can cause pain, diarrhea and gas formation.
About vitamin D
Vitamin D deficiency is common in Sweden during the winter months. This can lead to feeling depressed and tired. Deficiency may also be due to limited sun exposure and poor diet.
Vitamin D is a group of fat soluble steroids that are necessary to maintain normal levels of calcium, magnesium and phosphate. In humans, the most important compounds in this group of vitamin D occur in two physiological forms: vitamin (kolecalciferol) and vitamin (ergocalcalciferol). Both forms can be taken by diet or dietary supplements. However, only a few foods contain natural vitamin D. Vitamin is found mainly in animal products such as fish, milk, butter, and eggs, while the main vegetable diet is in the form of enriched products. Also found naturally in plants and fungi. Colecalciferol is the preferred substrate as it has been found to be more effective than ergocalcalciferol.
Vitamin D’s main natural source is the conversion of kolecalciferol into the liver through a cascade reaction that is dependent on the sun’s UVB rays. In the body, the calciferols are hydroxylated into metabolites, which are then measured to determine the vitamin D level. These are finally synthesized into calcitriol, which is the active form of vitamin D. Endogenous production depends on the body’s melanin content and the intensity of the sun.
If you would like to find out if your value is within the reference range of vitamin, you can take this test.
About Vitamin B12
Vitamin B12, also called cobalamin, is important for the functioning of the nervous system and the formation of blood cells. Lack of vitamin can lead to fatigue, worse reflexes, at worst even megaloblastic anemia (macrotaric deficiency).
Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin that is part of the human body’s cell metabolism and DNA synthesis. Deficiency can therefore express itself on all organs in the body.
The body itself can not produce the vitamin, but must get it through diet. Certain bacteria in the large intestine can certainly synthesize B12, however, nutritional uptake occurs only in the small intestine, which means that animal food such as meat, eggs and milk is the only natural dietary source for the vitamin. Vegetarians should thus supplement with supplements, alternatively include enriched products in the diet.
This test suits you who want to investigate if you have a sufficient level of vitamin, or to see the effect of diet on your values.
Zinc is a mineral that is part of the body’s hundreds of enzymes. The mineral is important for the immune system and therefore lack can lead to poor immune system. Other known shortness of breath are skin problems and impaired taste.
Zinc is found mainly in meat, but also in whole grains and some nuts and seeds. Worth mentioning is that many plants also contain phytates that have an inhibitory effect on zinc absorption.
To find out if the diet has any effect on your zinc level or if you feel symptoms and suspect zinc deficiency, you can take this test.
Magnesium is a mineral where the physiological function is a part of protein production, calcium metabolism, and the nervous system.
Muscle cramps, insomnia, high blood pressure, sweating or anxiety can indicate magnesium deficiency. The mineral is found mainly in legumes, but also in whole grain products and meat.
This test suits you who want to find out if you are inadequate or want to check if your values have increased after a cost change.
Homocysteine is tested to determine if you have an increased risk of myocardial infarction, stroke or to diagnose a rare hereditary disease.
This test is done to assess any risk of cardiovascular disease.
GDP is a hormone that is released naturally from the heart when it is stressed and stretched, for example in heart failure. When you have heart failure, the GDP levels rise and get higher than normal. Increased GDP is often followed by doctors with more samples.
A TSH test is a blood sample that measures this hormone. The thyroid gland is a small, butterfly shaped gland near your neck. Your thyroid gland makes hormones that regulate how your body uses energy. It also plays an important role in regulating your weight, body temperature, muscle strength and even your mood. When thyroid levels in the body are low, the pituitary gland makes more TSH. When thyroid levels are high, the pituitary gland reduces TSH. TSH levels that are too high or too low may indicate that your thyroid gland does not work properly.
A T3 test is usually done if you suspect a problem with its thyroid gland.
weakness and fatigue
hard to sleep
increased sensitivity to heat or cold
weight loss or gain
dry or puffy skin
dry, irritated, puffy or bulging eyes
increased heart rate
A T4 test is made in suspicion if a thyroid gland helps to determine what type of problems affect your thyroid gland.
eye problems, such as dryness, irritation, puffiness and bulging
skin dryness or skin dryness
changes in heart rate
changes in blood pressure
HIV is a virus that can be transmitted between humans. You get a HIV infection if you get infected with the virus. Aids is a disease state that can not be transmitted but occurs when the immune system is so weakened by a HIV infection that you may experience other diseases.