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Fasting is typically required for this test. Not necessary to stop the diabetic drugs if you already taken.
It's important to note that the specific tests and frequency of monitoring may vary based on individual health conditions, risk factors, and the recommendations of your healthcare provider. If you have diabetes or are concerned about your health, it's crucial to consult a healthcare professional who can provide personalized advice and order the appropriate tests based on your unique medical history and needs.
Glucose Fasting (Fasting Blood Sugar): This test measures your blood sugar level after an overnight fast. It helps diagnose diabetes and assess blood sugar control.
Glucose PP (Postprandial Blood Sugar): This test measures blood sugar levels 2 hours after eating. It helps evaluate how well your body manages blood sugar after meals.
Urea and Creatinine: These tests assess kidney function. Elevated levels can indicate kidney problems, which are common in diabetes.
HbA1c (Glycated Hemoglobin): This test provides a long-term average of your blood sugar levels over the past 2-3 months. It's an essential tool for monitoring blood sugar control in diabetes.
CBC (Complete Blood Count): This test measures various components of your blood, including red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. It can help detect anemia and other blood disorders.
Urine Routine Examination: This test checks your urine for various substances and abnormalities, which can provide information about kidney function and overall health.
Vitamin D: This test measures your vitamin D levels. Low vitamin D levels can affect bone health and overall well-being.
Insulin: Insulin levels are measured to evaluate insulin resistance and monitor diabetes management.
Electrolytes: This test measures the levels of electrolytes like sodium, potassium, and chloride in your blood, which are important for various bodily functions.
Lipid Profile: This test assesses your cholesterol levels, including LDL (bad cholesterol), HDL (good cholesterol), and triglycerides. High cholesterol levels can increase the risk of heart disease.
Amylase and Lipase: These tests evaluate the function of the pancreas. Elevated levels may indicate pancreas-related issues, such as pancreatitis.
(includes 13 tests)
Uric Acid Serum
Vitamin D 25 Hydroxy
Urine Complete Examination
Lipid Profile Standard
Hba1c Glycosylated Hemoglobin
Glucose Post Prandial Pp 2 Hours
Glucose Fasting F
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