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London Medical Laboratory Pregnancy Test - Beta HCG (Quantitative)

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Blood tests can detect Beta-HCG at lower levels than a urine test so this test can help you confirm your pregnancy at the earliest possible date.

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Why you need it:

  • This test is essential for confirming pregnancy by detecting the presence of the hormone Beta-HCG. It provides an early and reliable indication of pregnancy, allowing individuals to confirm their pregnancy status promptly.
  • The quantitative analysis of Beta-HCG levels in the blood not only confirms pregnancy but can also help determine the gestational age of the foetus. This information is valuable for understanding the stage of pregnancy and planning appropriate prenatal care.
  • Beyond pregnancy confirmation, blood tests, in general, are a powerful tool for monitoring health. This specific test, offered by London Medical Laboratory, allows individuals to assess underlying health conditions and initiate proactive health management.

Why we love it:

  • We appreciate the commitment to state-of-the-art laboratory services offered by London Medical Laboratory. The emphasis on advanced pathology testing solutions ensures accuracy and reliability in pregnancy confirmation and health monitoring.
  • The variety of testing options provided, including user-friendly home testing kits, in-store phlebotomy, and mobile phlebotomy, reflects a commitment to making health testing accessible and convenient for individuals.
  • The 24/7 laboratory operation and swift testing turnaround, coupled with same-day result communication, showcase an efficient system. Rapid result delivery is crucial for timely decision-making and addressing any health concerns promptly.

What is it (and why):

  • The test focuses on identifying the hormone Beta-HCG, specifically human chorionic gonadotrophin (HCG). This hormone is produced in the placenta shortly after fertilisation, and its detection in the blood confirms the presence of pregnancy.
  • The description emphasises the diverse disciplines covered, from biochemistry to sexual health screening, showcasing the wide range of health concerns that can be addressed through blood testing.
  • The inclusion of a note emphasising that blood tests alone are not a substitute for professional medical consultation underscores responsible health practices. It encourages individuals to seek medical advice for accurate diagnoses and treatment.

how to use


Whether you use a home test or have your sample taken with one of our trained phlebotomists, our blood tests are quick and easy to use.

Take the test

At home, or in one of our testing locations.

Send us your sample

We provide pre-paid postage for our at home tests.

Receive your results

We provide a secure link to your doctor validated personal results.



Your test kit contains easy to follow instructions on how to take your own finger blood sample.

London Medical Laboratory Pregnancy Test - Beta HCG (Quantitative)
London Medical Laboratory Pregnancy Test - Beta HCG (Quantitative)
London Medical Laboratory Pregnancy Test - Beta HCG (Quantitative)
London Medical Laboratory Pregnancy Test - Beta HCG (Quantitative)
London Medical Laboratory Pregnancy Test - Beta HCG (Quantitative)
  • At-home sampling

  • Checks for presence of pregnancy hormone

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Frequently asked

Do I have to fast for my test?

If you are having cholesterol tests as part of your profile you may want to fast for 8 hours prior to your test - particularly if you have had a previous high level. It is not essential though, as your results will still give useful health information whether you have fasted or not. Fasting entails not eating or drinking anything except for water.
You do not need to fast for all other tests.

Do I prepare for my test in any way?

If you take blood thinning medication please tell the phlebotomist before your test.
Please drink water and keep hydrated before your appointment.

How do I finger prick sample myself?

Your test kit contains easy to follow instructions on how to take your own finger blood sample.

When will I get my results?

You will receive your results on the day after London Medical Laboratory receive your sample in their laboratory. They run a 24/7 laboratory operation and test all samples as quickly as possible after receiving them which enables their team of in-house GPs to review and communicate your results in the fastest possible time frame. If you need your results urgently they would recommend booking an in-store appointment or a mobile phlebotomist as this will guarantee your sample reaches the laboratory that same day. For the return of postal kits they use the Royal Mail 1st Class Tracked service which normally delivers on the next working day (Monday-Friday) however as with any postal service there is the possibility of delays. In the unlikely event that your sample requires retesting, this may delay the delivery of your result.

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