Allergy Testing

Anemia Testing

Arthritis and Inflammation Tests

Blood Type and Blood Disorders

Cancer and Tumor Marker Tests

Cardiac Health and Cholesterol

Cat and Dog Animal Allergy Panels

Diabetes Testing

DNA Paternity Testing

Drug Testing

Food Allergy Testing Panels

Gastrointestinal Health Tests

General Health and Wellness Tests

Heavy Metals and Toxins Tests

Hepatitis Testing

Hormone Testing

Immunity Detection and Titer Testing

Infectious Disease Testing

Kidney and Liver Tests

Sports Testing

STD Testing

Testosterone Testing

Thyroid Tests

Vitamin and Nutritional Testing

Tests In Alphabetical Order



Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) Test

The PSA test measures levels of the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) in the blood, indicating various prostate conditions like cancer, BPH, and prostatitis. Mainly used for prostate cancer screening, elevated PSA levels may signal the need for further tests like a biopsy. The test also aids in monitoring prostate cancer patients for disease progression. While high PSA levels can suggest cancer, factors like BPH or prostatitis can also raise levels, requiring additional assessments for accurate diagnosis. The PSA test is vital for early prostate cancer detection and management. Healthcare providers rely on the PSA test to assess prostate health, guide cancer screening, monitor disease development, and tailor treatment plans.

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Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA), Free: Total Ratio

The PSA, Free: Total Ratio measures the level of free PSA compared to total PSA in the blood. A low ratio can signal higher prostate cancer risk due to potential cancerous cells, whereas a high ratio might indicate non-cancerous issues like an enlarged prostate. Healthcare providers use this ratio alongside other assessments to assess prostate cancer likelihood and recommend appropriate actions.

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Comprehensive Male Wellness Panel

A comprehensive male wellness panel involves a series of blood tests to evaluate a man's overall health. It includes tests for heart health, liver and kidney function, blood sugar and cholesterol levels, hormone levels, and more. Key components of the panel include lipid panel, CBC, blood glucose level, liver and kidney function tests, testosterone levels, PSA test for prostate health, thyroid function tests, vitamin D levels, and inflammatory markers. This panel provides important information about an individual's health status and can help detect potential health issues early.

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Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) Test

The DHT test measures levels of dihydrotestosterone in the bloodstream. DHT, synthesized from testosterone, plays a crucial role in male sexual development. The test is used to assess conditions like abnormal hair growth, enlarged prostate, and androgen excess in both males and females, aiding in the diagnosis of conditions such as androgenetic alopecia and hirsutism. Healthcare providers typically order this test, which involves a blood draw from a vein in the arm. Test results inform treatment decisions and monitor hormone therapy effectiveness. Compliance with pre-test instructions and discussing results with the healthcare provider are essential for understanding their health implications.

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Standard Male Wellness Panel

A standard male wellness panel includes tests such as Complete Blood Count, Comprehensive Metabolic Panel, Lipid Panel, PSA test, Testosterone levels, TSH test, and Vitamin D levels. These tests help to assess overall health, screen for conditions like anemia, diabetes, prostate cancer, and thyroid dysfunction, and monitor important markers for heart health and bone health. The specific tests included may vary depending on individual health needs and risk factors, so consulting with a healthcare provider is recommended to determine the appropriate tests for each individual.

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Testosterone Maintenance / Therapy Panel

The testosterone maintenance/therapy panel consists of a series of blood tests aimed at monitoring testosterone levels in individuals undergoing testosterone therapy or at risk of low testosterone. The panel includes tests for testosterone levels, free testosterone, estradiol, complete blood count, prostate-specific antigen, lipid panel, and liver function. These tests help in maintaining and optimizing testosterone levels while ensuring the safety and efficacy of treatment by detecting potential side effects.

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