- 06-27-2013, 06:00 PM
Went to my MD today for a visit and requested getting routine bloods done. Wondering if what he ordered is pretty comprehensive.
CBCA, TEST. TOTAL (TESTT), TSH, SED, CHEMCOMP.
HOpefully I listed those right for you guys to understand. Anything missing? Or that should be requested specifically?
- 06-27-2013, 08:04 PM
You're asking for opinions on an internet forum to make sure your DR ordered the right labs? Hahaha
A few quick things:
There are some very bright members here but your Dr is a Dr for a reason.
A better place to find the info would be to search out what those tests are, what levels they're testing for etc... even if someone does chime in and give you their opinion on it wouldn't you rather find it out for yourself? For all you know the self proclaimed nurse, Dr, or chemist on here could be a carpenter lying to you - this is the internet where credentials cannot be verified.
Google the tests, see what other tests there are and then ask your Dr why he didn't test for one you find important...The Physique BiochemistBiochemistry MajorYour Physique AND Credentials Should Back Up Your Position
06-28-2013, 01:10 AM
Those are some weird abbreviations that I have never seem, but if Chemcorp stands for CMP, then yes its legit.
CBC, CMP, TSH, t3/t4, HbA1C, Lipids tend to be my staples.
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06-28-2013, 01:51 PM
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