Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) Sulfate
Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA)
C-reactive protein (Cardiac) (High sensitivity)
THYROID PANEL (TSH, T4, FREE T3)
Thyroxine (T4) Free, Direct
Chemistry Panel/CBC (it is a part of Male Life Extension Panel)
This test requires fasting.
This panel is a comprehensive blood evaluation including the following 35 tests:
Glucose, fasting: This test directly measures glucose levels and is commonly used in the evaluation of diabetes.
Uric acid: This test is used in the evaluation of gout or recurrent urinary calculi.
BUN (blood urea nitrogen): This test is used to measure liver function and indirectly to assess renal function and glomerular filtration rate.
Creatinine: This is a renal function test used to estimate glomerular filtration rate, and follow progression of renal disease.
BUN/Creatinine ratio: This test is used to diagnose impaired renal function. With creatinine, BUN is used to monitor individuals on dialysis.
Sodium: This routine test is used to evaluate and monitor fluid and electrolyte balance and therapy.
Potassium: This routine test is used to evaluate and monitor electrolyte balance and is especially important for cardiac individuals.
Chloride: This test by itself does not provide adequate information. However, as part of a multiphasic testing for electrolytes it can give an indication of acid-base balance and hydrational status.
Calcium: This test is used to evaluate parathyroid function and calcium metabolism.
Phosphorus: This test is used to measure serum phosphorus. An imbalance could indicate the possibility of any number of conditions.
Protein/Albumin/Globulin: This test is used to assist in the detection of many diseases that affect blood proteins as a whole or one single fraction of protein.
Albumin/Globulin Ratio: This test is used to evaluate renal disease and other chronic disease.
Bilirubin: This test is used to evaluate liver function
Alkaline Phosphatase: This test is used to detect and monitor liver and/or bone disease.
LDH (Lactic dehydrogenase): This test measures the intracellular enzyme LDH which, when present in the blood, can support the detection of injury or disease.
AST (SGOT): This test is used to evaluate the possibility of coronary occlusive heart disease or liver disease.
ALT (SGPT): This test is used to identify liver disease and to distinguish between the liver and red blood cell hemolysis as the source of jaundice.
Iron: This test is used to evaluate many disease including iron deficiency anemia and hemochromatosis.
Cholesterol: This test is used to determine the risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) and hyperlipidemias.
Triglycerides: This test is used to identify the risk of developing coronary heart disease or if fat metabolism disorders are suspected.
HDL Cholesterol: This test measures alpha lipoprotein and is used to predict heart disease.
LDL Cholesterol: This test measures beta lipoproteins and is used to predict heart disease.
Total Cholesterol/HDL Ratio: This test is used to determine the risk for coronary heart disease.
CBC (complete blood count) with platelets and differential: This is a series of tests of the peripheral blood which provides a variety of information about the blood components. This series includes the following tests:
Red blood cell count
Red blood cell indices
Mean corpuscular hemoglobin
Mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration
Red blood cell distribution
White blood cell count
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Cortisol Am/Pm: Blood Tests
Cortisol AM and PM
Estradiol: Blood Tests
Estriol: Blood Test
Estrogens, Total: Blood Tests
Estrone: Blood Tests
Fasting Glucose And Insulin: Blood Tests
Fibrinogen, Quantitative: Blood Tests
Hemoglobin (A1C): Blood Tests
Homocysteine: Blood Tests
Insulin Like Growth Factor Binding Protein (Igfbp-3)
INSULIN LIKE GROWTH FACTOR BINDING PROTEIN (IGFBP-3)
Lipoprotein (A): Blood Tests
Magnesium: Blood Tests
Pregnenolone: Blood Tests
Progesterone: Blood Tests
Prolactin: Blood Tests
Prolactin can also be elevated in hypothyroidism when TSH is high.
Selenium: Blood Tests
Sex Hormone Binding Globulin: Blood Tests
Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG)
Somatomedin-C Frozen Growth Hormone Marker
Vitamin B12 And Folate: Blood Tests
VITAMIN B12 AND FOLATE
Vitamin D, 25-Hydroxy: Blood Tests
Vitamin D, 25-Hydroxy