Advanced Thyroid Blood Test


Check your thyroid function with this at-home blood test. The advanced thyroid blood test checks 5 key markers, including TSH, T3, and T4, to help determine how your thyroid is functioning. If you’re experiencing symptoms of an underactive or overactive thyroid, such as a sudden change in weight, mood changes, difficulty sleeping, or muscle weakness, this test is for you.

Biomarkers Tested

  1. Thyroglobulin Antibodies (TG)
  2. Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies (TPO)
  3. Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
  4. Thyroxine (T4 free direct)
  5. Triiodothyronine (T3 free)

Additional biomarkers can be added by personalizing this test.

What are biomarkers?

Biomarkers are specific compounds detected in your blood sample that reflect different aspects of your health. Your test results will indicate your levels for each biomarker and whether they are within the normal range.


  • Identify Thyroid Issues: Helps diagnose underactive or overactive thyroid conditions.
  • Detailed Results: Provides a detailed breakdown of your biomarker levels.

When to take the test?

You can provide the sample for the thyroid check at any time. However, it’s not recommended to check your thyroid levels during times of illness as this may not give accurate results.

Why take the Advanced Thyroid Blood Test?

This test is ideal if you suspect thyroid issues due to symptoms like sudden weight changes, mood changes, difficulty sleeping, or muscle weakness. It’s also useful for monitoring existing thyroid conditions.

Thyroid Health Scores:

Your test results will translate into health scores, providing insight into your thyroid health and helping you understand how your thyroid is functioning.

What causes thyroid conditions?

  • Underactive Thyroid (Hypothyroidism): Often caused by Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, medications, iodine deficiency, radiation therapy, pituitary gland disorders, or surgical removal of the thyroid gland.
  • Overactive Thyroid (Hyperthyroidism): Commonly caused by Graves’ disease, thyroid nodules, excess iodine intake, thyroid inflammation, or certain medications.

Advanced Thyroid Blood Test