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Bodybuilder Blood Work

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Take charge of your health and optimize your fitness goals with Welzo's Advanced Performance Blood Test. This comprehensive at-home test is designed to monitor and detect potential misuse of performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) and anabolic steroids, ensuring that your athletic progress remains honest, safe, and sustainable.

Developed by leading experts in sports medicine and biochemistry, this advanced test targets a range of PEDs and anabolic steroids through a highly sensitive blood analysis. This includes detection of substances such as testosterone, human growth hormone (HGH), erythropoietin (EPO), and various other steroids and stimulants.


Complete Testing: The Welzo Advanced Performance Blood Test is a comprehensive screen for PEDs and steroids, including stimulants, anabolic agents, peptide hormones, growth factors, beta-2 agonists, and hormone and metabolic modulators.

At-Home Convenience: Our easy-to-use kit is sent directly to your doorstep with simple instructions for blood sample collection. Once you've collected your sample, send it back to us using the pre-paid envelope.

Detailed Report: Within a week of receiving your sample, you'll receive a thorough, easy-to-understand report on our secure digital platform. The report includes your test results, what they mean, and recommendations for maintaining or improving your health and performance levels.

Confidentiality: Your privacy is our top priority. All results are confidential and are shared only with you.

Free next-day delivery
Results within 2 days
What does it test for?
  • Cortisol (Stress Levels)
  • Testosterone
  • Free Testosterone
  • Total Protein
  • Globulin
  • Platelet Count
  • Haemoglobin
  • Prostate Cancer (PSA)
  • Oestradiol
  • Prolactin
  • SHBG
  • Albumin
  • MPV
  • Haematocrit
  • Full Blood Count
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Joanna Charice reviewed
"After using the Welzo Tiredness & Fatigue Blood Test due to ongoing tiredness, I found the testing process simple and the results came quickly. They revealed low iron levels. With this knowledge, I adjusted my diet and started iron supplements, which markedly improved my energy. This test was a key part in addressing my fatigue."
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Jordan Waits reviewed
"I simply ordered the test online, received it in the mail a few days later, and took the test in the comfort of my own home using a quick finger prick. The instructions were clear and easy to follow, and the process itself was quick and painless."
Health & Life Coach
Roxy Richards reviewed
"I followed the recommendations provided by Welzo, and I have to say, I feel so much healthier now. I have a lot more energy, and I just feel better overall. It's amazing how much of a difference small changes can make"
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Mimi Reviews reviewed
"The Welzo Female Hormone Test was a quick and effective way to shed light on my irregular periods. The results were clear and led to actionable insights, improving my discussions with my healthcare provider. Overall, a very positive experience."
  • Biomarkers
  • Information


Testosterone is a steroid hormone found in males and females however, its role is amplified in males. It is responsible for the regulation of libido, bone and muscle mass, mood changes and fertility determination. The testosterone levels are prevalent in men during puberty when it peaks and often decreases over age. An increase in testosterone levels is associated with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and testicular issues in males.

Cortisol (Stress Levels)


Albumin is a protein present in blood plasma and plays a binding role similar to SHBG. Albumin is produced by the liver. Albumin will help to detect any issues in the functioning of the kidney or liver. It prevents the fluid in blood vessels from leaking out.

Total Protein

Total Protein measures the amount of two classes of proteins present in the blood: Albumin and Globulin. Albumin is mainly responsible for preventing the fluid in the bloodstream from leaking out. Whereas Globulin is produced by the liver as well as the immune system. The function of globulin is to strengthen the immune system by fighting germs as well as infections.

Platelet Count

Platelet count is a medical test that measures the number of platelets in your blood. Platelets are small cells that help your blood clot. A low platelet count can be a sign of a serious health problem, such as leukaemia or cancer.

Prostate Cancer (PSA)

Total Prostate-specific Antigen (PSA) is a protein in the male bloodstream, produced by the prostate gland which is located beneath the bladder. The amount of PSA in blood, even if it's in minute quantities, is measured in nanograms per millilitre (ng/mL). PSA levels between 4 and 10 ng/mL increase the chances of contracting prostate cancer. However, if levels exceed 10 mg/mL then a biopsy is always recommended to identify cancer. Higher PSA levels are associated with older men and men who have undergone urologic procedures.

Full Blood Count (FBC)

A full blood count (FBC) test is a comprehensive diagnostic tool that provides valuable information about various biomarkers involved in the composition and function of blood. It includes measurements of haemoglobin, which represents the oxygen-carrying capacity of red blood cells, haematocrit, which indicates the volume of red blood cells in the blood, and the red cell count, which determines the number of red blood cells. Mean corpuscular volume (MCV) measures the average size of red blood cells, while mean corpuscular haemoglobin (MCH) and mean corpuscular haemoglobin concentration (MCHC) evaluate the amount and concentration of haemoglobin in each red blood cell. Red cell distribution width (RDW) assesses the variability in red blood cell size. Additionally, the white cell count enumerates the total number of white blood cells, providing an overview of the body's immune response. The differential count further categorizes white blood cells into neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils, and basophils, reflecting different aspects of the immune system's functionality. Lastly, platelet count and mean platelet volume (MPV) measure the quantity and average size of platelets involved in blood clotting. The FBC test serves as a fundamental tool for evaluating overall blood health, identifying potential abnormalities, and aiding in the diagnosis and management of various disorders, such as anemia, infections, and bleeding disorders.


The haematocrit is a measure of the proportion of red blood cells in the blood. It is normally about 40% for men and 38% for women. A high haematocrit indicates a higher than normal level of red blood cells, which can be a sign of dehydration or other conditions. A low haematocrit indicates a lower than normal level of red blood cells, which can be a sign of anaemia or other conditions.

Free Testosterone

Testosterone is either bound to the proteins or exists in its free form. Free testosterone does not need any transport protein to function effectively. If the free testosterone level is low, it indicates an underlying issue leading to decreased sex drive, anemia, etc.

Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG)

Sex Hormone Binding Globulin is a protein present in the bloodstream. SHBG is produced by the liver. The role of SHBG is to bind testosterone and oestradiol for circulating in the tissues of the body. The concentration of SHBG is directly relative to the level of hormones in males or females. SHBG is checked to detect low levels of testosterone in males and high levels in females.


Globulin is a group of proteins produced by the liver and the immune system of the body. Globulin helps to keep the body healthy and fight infections as well as germs. Globulin is also very important to create blood clots and avoid excessive external bleeding caused by injury.

Mean Platelet Volume (MPV)

Mean Platelet Volume or MPV indicates the size of the platelets. The main function of platelets is to support blood clotting and prevent excessive external bleeding caused by an injury. An abnormal range of MPV implies that the person may be suffering from either a bleeding disorder or a disease in the bone marrow. A high or a low MPV can both be harmful.


The Oestradiol Blood Test can detect the levels of Oestradiol in the blood. Women who have attained the age of 50 and above, and are on their way to menopause have the lowest amounts of Oestradiol in their blood. This can lead to hot flashes, infertility issues, osteoporosis, night sweats and mood swings. A hormonal imbalance can significantly affect the physical and mental well-being of an individual.


Prolactin is a hormone that is produced by the pituitary gland and is also called the lactogenic hormone. Low levels of Prolactin are usually not a cause for concern however, high levels of prolactin in males and females (non-lactating) may indicate infertility, low sexual drive and erectile dysfunction in men.


Haemoglobin is the protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen around the body. A high haemoglobin level indicates a higher than normal level of oxygen in the blood. This can be a sign of dehydration or other conditions. A low haemoglobin level indicates a lower than normal level of oxygen in the blood. This can be a sign of anaemia or other conditions.

Additional Information

The Welzo Advanced Performance Blood Test is designed for a wide range of individuals, especially those engaged in rigorous physical activities and bodybuilding. Here are some specific groups who would benefit from this test:

Competitive Athletes: Those competing in sports or athletic events where performance-enhancing drug use is monitored or banned can use this test to ensure compliance with regulations and maintain the integrity of their performance.

Bodybuilders: As bodybuilders often engage in intense training regimes and nutritional plans, this test can help monitor their health and detect any potential use or misuse of performance-enhancing substances.

Fitness Enthusiasts: For those who are highly engaged in fitness and are striving for their peak physical performance, this test can help to confirm that improvements are due to training and diet, not the use of prohibited substances.

Healthcare Professionals: Trainers, sports physicians, nutritionists, and other health professionals who work with athletes or bodybuilders may use this test to monitor their clients' health and adherence to clean sport guidelines.

Parents and Coaches: Parents of young athletes and coaches can use this test as a proactive tool to ensure the safety, health, and fair play of their children or athletes.

Remember, this test is not only for detecting the misuse of substances, but it also provides valuable information about the body's response to intense physical activity. Regular testing can help identify potential health issues early, enabling proactive measures to be taken.

Who should take this test?

The Testosterone Replacement Therapy Blood Test is suitable for individuals that are on the testosterone replacement theory. This test will determine the levels of hormones in your body. Clinicians may also recommend this test as a screening process to check whether the testosterone is low. It is then used further in the process to see if the therapy is working and monitor regularly.

of male adults in the UK
have a low testosterone. Risk factors for this decline including lifestyle pattern, diet, smoking habits, alcohol and levels of physical activity.
of all people
with low testosterone have been diagnosed. The diagnosis of low testosterone is important for treatment and TRT to be sought.

Experts Opinion on Blood Work for PED Use

Experts highly recommend blood work for PED use as it provides an accurate, comprehensive view of an individual's physiological status. It not only aids in detecting misuse of substances but can also help optimize training and recovery, promoting clean sport and preventing potential long-term health issues. Regular testing encourages accountability, fair play, and prioritizes the athletes' well-being above all.

Dr Sameer Nakedar
Experts Opinion on Blood Work for PED Use

How to take a Bodybuilder Blood Work

Collecting a blood sample for your finger prick home test is straightforward. Watch the video below for more details on how to take a home blood test.

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    Take your test

    Activate your test and collect your sample in the morning. Return your sample on the same day, using the prepaid shipping label provided. Samples use a simple finger prick collection method that takes around 5 minutes to complete.

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Bodybuilder Blood Work Information

Specification of Bodybuilder Blood Work

  • Test name: Bodybuilder Blood Work
  • Also known as & related tests: PED Blood Work, Steroid Blood Work, testosterone level blood test, total testosterone blood test, free testosterone blood test, bioavailable testosterone blood test, and SHBG blood test
  • Biomarkers: Cortisol Levels, Stress Levels, Testosterone, SHBG, Globulin, MPV, Oestradiol, Prolactin, Haemoglobin, Free Testosterone, Albumin, Total Protein, Platelet Count, PSA, Full Blood Count, Haematocrit
  • Test tube: SST + EDTA (Gold + Purple microtainer)
  • Brand: Welzo
  • Turn around time: Approx. 24 hours
  • Lab test ranges:
  • Test Kit Marking: MHRA/UKCA
  • Location of Lab: United Kingdom

What is a Bodybuilder Blood Work?

A Bodybuilder Blood Work is a home health test offered by Welzo. The Bodybuilder Blood Work can be taken from the comfort of your home using a finger prick sample, which is then sent back to our lab for analysis and interpretation.

What does a Bodybuilder Blood Work for? 

A Bodybuilder Blood Work tests for the following: Cortisol Levels, Stress Levels, Testosterone, SHBG, Globulin, MPV, Oestradiol, Prolactin, Haemoglobin, Free Testosterone, Albumin, Total Protein, Platelet Count, PSA, Full Blood Count, Haematocrit.

What are the benefits of a Bodybuilder Blood Work?

Checking your health through the use of Bodybuilder Blood Work is an important way to track your health. Home testing offers the convenience of conducting health assessments in the comfort of your own home, while enabling quicker, more private results without the need for visiting a healthcare facility.

Can a GP review my Bodybuilder Blood Work?

Yes, Welzo offers a GP review service for the Bodybuilder Blood Work. Follow the link if you would like to have an online GP appointment with your Bodybuilder Blood Work.

Are Bodybuilder Blood Works available on the NHS?

The NHS offers Bodybuilder Blood Works subject to eligibility requirements, consultations and local guidelines.

Bodybuilder Blood Work Kit and Ordering

How can a Bodybuilder Blood Work be ordered?

A Bodybuilder Blood Work can be ordered online through Welzo's secure checkout. Select the Bodybuilder Blood Work and add the patient's name and details, then checkout for next-day delivery.

What is included in the Bodybuilder Blood Work test kit?

The Bodybuilder Blood Work contains the following items in the test kit:

  • 1 x UN3373 Test Kit for Biological Substances Category B (test kit design may vary from images displayed online depending on the test selected.
  • 1 x Free Return Label 
  • 1 x Finger Prick Lancet / Urine Sample Pouch or Swab (depending on the test ordered)
  • 1 x Cleansing Wipe/ Alcohol Swab
  • SST + EDTA (Gold + Purple microtainer)

Bodybuilder Blood Work Biomarkers and Results

What biomarkers are tested for in a Bodybuilder Blood Work?

The Bodybuilder Blood Work checks for the following biomarkers: Cortisol Levels, Stress Levels, Testosterone, SHBG, Globulin, MPV, Oestradiol, Prolactin, Haemoglobin, Free Testosterone, Albumin, Total Protein, Platelet Count, PSA, Full Blood Count, Haematocrit

What are the results ranges for a Bodybuilder Blood Work?

Bodybuilder Blood Work reference ranges vary based on age, sex, population sample and numeric test result ranges. However, once you complete your tests, you will receive clear reference ranges for your Bodybuilder Blood Work.

What is a normal test range for Bodybuilder Blood Work?

The Bodybuilder Blood Work range will be provided on the advanced Welzo reporting panel which will factor in multiple aspects such as age, population size comparison and biological sex.

Bodybuilder Blood Work Procedure and Timing

When should a Bodybuilder Blood Work be taken?

It is best to take a Bodybuilder Blood Work first thing in the morning.

How long does a Bodybuilder Blood Work take?

The typical turnaround for a Bodybuilder Blood Work is 24 hours from receipt at the Welzo laboratory, Monday to Thursday. However, results may come back faster or slower depending on how busy the Welzo laboratory is and if you have requested any biomarkers that take longer to test for. In this case, results can take up to 5 days.

Are there any special preparations required before taking the Bodybuilder Blood Work (e.g., fasting)?

We will let you know via email if there are any special requirements for the Bodybuilder Blood Work. However, typically we recommend you take a Bodybuilder Blood Work first thing in the morning, fasted.

What is the best time to post my Bodybuilder Blood Work?

The best time to return your Bodybuilder Blood Work sample is Monday to Thursday, before 14:00 to ensure the product arrives at our lab on time for same-day analysis.

What sample is required for a Bodybuilder Blood Work?

The Bodybuilder Blood Work requires a capillary blood sample using a SST + EDTA (Gold + Purple microtainer) that is collected from a finger-prick blood sample.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Reid Ryan

Great product! As a bodybuilder, it's crucial for me to monitor my blood work regularly, and this kit made it so easy and hassle-free. The results were accurate and quick. Highly recommended for anyone serious about their health and fitness!

Frederick Ballantine
Sadly so far after being well over 12days just nothing but disappointment

Have raised a complaint about how unhappy I am and I have been replied to in drips and drabs… as a customer of welzo’s services I feel un-important!!. I was promised a response on Monday with an answer to my issue and yet however I am still waiting… even with another follow up. As someone who’s worked in sales and have been self employed providing services to people I find this extremely disappointing and unacceptable.