Recommended Blood Work

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    a Chem panel

    b liver panel

    c kidney panel

    d VAP TM Cholesterol Test (10270X) Quest Diagnostics: Test Menu

    1 Comprehensive Metabolic Panel w/EGFR Comprehensive Metabolic Panel – Quest Diagnostics Patient Health Library

    2 CBC w/ diff

    3 iodine

    4 Calcium

    5 dioxide

    6 Chloride

    7 Copper, serum

    8 Ferritin

    9 Magnesium

    10 Potasium

    11 Selenium

    12 Sodium

    13 Zinc

    14 Alkaline phosphase

    15 ALT

    16 AST

    17 BUN/creatinine ratio

    18 Creatinine

    19 Globulin, calculated

    20 Protein Total

    21 Urea nitrogen

    22 Bilirubin, Total

    23 Bilirubin, Direct

    24 C-Reactive Protein (CRP), Highly Sensitive, CSF – (17401X)

    25 Fibrinogen

    26 Hematocrit

    27 Hemoglobin A1C

    28 Homocysteine, cardio

    29 Lipoprotein (A) Lp(A)

    30 Folate, Serum

    31 Cholesterol, Total

    32 HDL cholesterol

    33 cholesterol/HDL ratio

    34 LDL chol, calculated

    35 Triglycirides

    36 VLDL

    37 Vitamin A

    38 Vitamin B12, serum

    39 Vitamin D, 25-Hydroxy LC/MS/MS

    40 T3 Free

    41 T3 uptake

    42 T3,Total

    43 T4,Free

    44 T4,Total

    45 TSH

    46 Glucose, fasting

    47 Insuline, serum

    48 PSA, Total

    49 PSA, %, free

    50 IGF Binding protein-3

    51 IGF-1

    52 Aldosterone

    53 Cortisol AM/PM

    54 DHEA sulfate

    55 Prolactin

    56 FSH

    57 LH

    58 Progesterone, LC/MS/MS

    59 Pregnenolone

    60 Estradiol, Free, LC/MS/MS (36169X) Quest Diagnostics: Test Menu

    61 /———————————— Estradiol, Free (Males (Adult): < or = 0.45 pg/mL )

    62 /———————————— Estradiol (Males (Adult): < or = 29 pg/mL)

    63 Estrogens, Fractionated, LC/MS/MS (36742X) Quest Diagnostics: Test Menu

    64 /———————————— 968-1**Estrone, LC/MS/MS

    65 /———————————— 968-2**Estradiol, Ultrasensitive, LC/MS/MS

    66 /———————————— 968-3**Estriol

    67 Estrogen, Total, Serum (439X)

    68 Testosterone, Free, Bio/Total (LC/MS/MS) Quest Diagnostics: Test Menu

    69 /———————————— Testosterone Total (included in T panel)

    70 /———————————— Testosterone Free(included in T panel)

    71 /———————————— Testosterone Bioavailable(included in T panel)

    72 /———————————— SHBG(included in T panel)

    73 /———————————— Albumin, serum(included in T panel)

    74 Dihydrotestosterone, Free, Serum (36168X) Dihydrotestosterone ng/dL (ADULT MALES: 25-75 )

    75 /———————————— DIHYDROTESTOSTERONE, FREE (DHT, Free pg/mL ADULT MALES: 1.00-6.20 )

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    Do you agree with the recommendations? Do you think that those tests are sufficient for the purposes of those here to perhaps find out what’s wrong with them?




    i recommend for everyone to print that list and show there doctors!




    I’m thinking of getting that blood work done at a LabSafe or something. Confusing wading through all their tests though to figure out which of their test “packages” I can put together to get all those tests at the best price possible.



    thats going to be over a 1000$ to get those lab work done.

    in the last 6 months i have got about 5000$ in lab work done all covered by insurance



    im now convinced, getting as much blood work as possible, it the only way to gain back health.

    i do think treating yourself can do some good, but 90%, its an uphill battle without an extensive blood testing.

    its important todo basic vitamin/mineral testing, fix if theres a problem.

    neurotranmitter testing. fix

    then test adrenal/thyroid function, fix if need be, this will raise other hormones

    everyone who has health insurance should take advantage of this.

    the more testing i do the more problems im seeing, and its getting better each day.




    No Insurance here, just a broke grad student who has to work two jobs just to get by….lol.



    you should be still coverred under your parents insurance if your a college student.



    this is a great test, my doctor just got this one for me. so my insurance will cover all of it.

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    can you make this a sticky plz

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