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I have partnered up with the online laboratory blood testing service Medichecks for a giveaway competition.
Who Are Medichecks?
Medichecks is a very popular choice for inexpensive yet comprehensive testing with a fast turn around.
I’ve written a full review of the first time I used their service here. Their test kits are even designed so that you can obtain a blood sample from yourself in the comfort of your own home and then pop it back in to the post.
Results are then securely emailed to you with commentary made by their in-house doctors, letting you know how to proceed with your health. Discounts on these already inexpensive tests are often available, so do check online first before buying.
Also, all of my followers get 10% off any full priced tests with the code INVISIBLE10 until the 31st December 2019.
What Do You Win?
Medichecks have kindly offered their best-selling thyroid blood test, the Thyroid Check Plus kit as the prize to one lucky winner. This kit includes the testing of thyroid hormones and thyroid antibodies for an in-depth picture of your thyroid function.
What Do You Need To Do To Enter?
Head on over to my Facebook page and follow the instructions on this post. You may also ask friends and family to enter in case they win for you. The competition closes and a winner will be drawn on January 23rd 2019.
I hope you’ll enter and I look forward to announcing the winner!
Rachel Hill is the highly ranked and multi-award winning thyroid patient advocate, writer, blogger, speaker and author behind The Invisible Hypothyroidism. She has two books: ‘Be Your Own Thyroid Advocate‘ and ‘You, Me and Hypothyroidism‘. Her thyroid advocacy work includes authoring books, writing articles, blogging and speaking on podcasts, as well as being a board member for The American College of Thyroidology. Rachel has worked with The National Academy of Hypothyroidism, BBC, The Mighty, Yahoo, MSN, ThyroidChange and more. She is well-recognised as a useful contributor to the thyroid community and has received multiple awards and recognitions for her work and dedication. Rachel is British, but advocates for thyroid patients on a global scale.