How To Perform A Lab Me At-Home Blood Test- Top 3 Advantages

A blood test is a simple way to check your health and diagnose disease. If you’re interested in learning more about lab testing, then you should definitely take advantage of at-home testing kits. They’re convenient, less expensive, and offer better accuracy than traditional labs. This article explains how to perform a lab me at home blood test.

Lab tests are often performed to detect diseases such as cancer or diabetes. These tests require collecting a sample from the patient, usually through a needle or a catheter inserted into a vein. The sample is sent to a laboratory where it’s analyzed using sophisticated equipment and techniques. As a result, these tests can be quite costly.


• Blood tests are quick and easy to perform.

• Results are available almost instantly.


• There’s no professional oversight during the process.

• Results aren’t always reliable.

• It’s not possible to collect large amounts of blood.

• Some people find it difficult to prick their fingers.

• The kit isn’t suitable for everyone.


There’s no professional supervision during the process of at-home blood test

Results aren’t always accurate.

It’s not possible to collect large amounts of blood from some patients.

Some people find it difficult to prickle their fingers.

Kit Contents

1. Needle

2. Alcohol Gel

3. Test Strips

4. Instructions

5. Storage Card


This article shows you the key steps in taking your Lab Me at-home blood test. This is NOT for CBC or CHEM14 tests. You can read about those here.

Often people are nervous when collecting their sample for the first time. However, as you will quickly see – there is no reason to feel anxious.

It only takes 3-5 minutes on average, and it’s incredibly simple..

Your results will be accurate if you follow the instructions in your kit. Our customer service team is happy to help if you have any concerns or doubts.

Please see our FAQ for what happens if you perform the test incorrectly.


  1. Warm-up hands under warm water for a minute. Dry hands completely.
  2. Sterilize with an alcohol pad & lance the side of your right finger on your non-dominant hand.
  3. Collect 4-5 solid drops of blood in the disk's center.
  4. Let sit for 3 minutes.
  5. Close, attach UPCs (as per the instruction manual), and mail back.

Download the complete instructions here.

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