What is the procedure like?

Who is it for?
The package is designed for women who want to have their health status checked and in the diagnostic workup for cancer.

How should I prepare for my lab tests?

Stool test

  1. Collect a small stool specimen into the collection container. Use the attached
    spoon. The stool specimen should be the size of a walnut.
  2. Remember to take samples from different areas of the stool.
  3. IMPORTANT! Samples for microbiological and mycological tests must be placed in sterile collection containers
    and brought to the laboratory within about one hour after collection.

Blood tests A blood sample should be preferably taken in the morning after an overnight fast. Have the last meal on the previous day at 6 PM at the latest. Before the tests, you can drink as much water as you like and take your regular medications. Avoid intense physical activity and stress immediately before and after the test.

When will the results be available?
You will get your test results within 3 business days. You may check them online

Where can I have my tests done?
A list of all diagnostic laboratories is available
here. Pick a location and time. There is no need to make an appointment in advance. Just generate a code for the tests and have your MultiLife user ID at the ready. With this information, go to your nearest diagnostic lab. 

What tests are included in the package?

  • Complete blood count (CBC) – a basic blood test used to look at overall health.
  • ESR – a non-specific screening test for detecting and monitoring chronic inflammatory conditions associated with changes in blood protein concentrations.
  • ROMA (Ca125+HE4+ROMA) – an algorithm for the assessment of the risk of ovarian malignancy. The ROMA algorithm is not indicated in women who are under 18 years of age, undergoing chemotherapy and treatment for cancer.

All the tests are done on a blood sample.  

  • Stool occult blood test – used in screening for colorectal cancer. The test is also used in the diagnosis of iron deficiency, especially in patients with iron deficiency anemia and with reduced levels of iron and ferritin in blood.

Go to other test packages