Blood Testing Panels and Tests

Blood Tests

  • Blood Type Test (ABO Grouping and Rh Type)

    This Blood Type Test, also known as an ABO grouping and RH type test, determines your blood type (A, B, AB, or O) and whether you are positive or negative.
  • Popular Test

    Prothrombin Time (PT) with INR

    The Prothrombin Time with INR Test, often referred to as a PT with INR test, measures the amount of time it takes your blood to clot when various reagents are added.

Blood Testing Information

Whether you’re looking into blood type or ruling out health concerns, online blood testing can provide comprehensive and conclusive results regarding your general health. Our blood tests can provide insight into your specific blood type or your body’s ability to clot effectively.

Tune Into Your Pulse

Blood transports oxygen and nutrients to every organ, funnels metabolic waste away from those tissues, plays a huge role in immune systems protection, and regulates bodily temperature.1 Considering how essential blood is to our wellbeing, it’s essential to stay tuned to the cells that keep you going every day!

Signs You Need Blood Testing

Blood testing to identify blood types (A+, A-,  B+, B-,  O+, O-,  AB+, AB-) is super important when considering blood transfusions or donations.2 Blood tests can also check for coagulation complications, which may suggest a bleeding disorder such as hemophilia. The following are common symptoms of bleeding disorders:

  • Easy bruising
  • Frequent nosebleeds
  • Abnormally heavy menstrual bleeding
  • Bleeding into joints
  • Excessive bleeding from minor cuts.3

If you have been experiencing any of the above symptoms or have a family medical history of hemophilia, blood testing is highly recommended.

  1. “What does blood do?.” National Library of Medicine. August 29, 2019.

  2. “Facts About Blood and Blood Types.” American Red Cross. Accessed April 19, 2022.

  3. “Bleeding Disorders.” American Society of Hematology. Accessed April 19, 2022.