Complete General Health Test
Knowledge is PowerIf you are in the process of reaching your health goals or you are getting ready to embark on a journey to better your health, it is essential that you have a complete picture of your health. The biomarkers tested in the Complete General Health test panel will evaluate a comprehensive overview of your health so you can make informed decisions about your health in the future. The results from this test will give you answers to your overall health, such as your body's fluid balance, electrolyte levels, glucose levels, vitamin D levels, kidney function, liver function, heart function, and thyroid function.
The Complete General Health test is a great place to start if you have questions about your overall health or to help you understand specific health symptoms. All our tests are physician approved and have been carefully selected by the MyHomeLabs physician team so that any physician, including your primary care, can diagnose the symptoms you are experiencing with the results you receive.
Our team at MyHomeLabs is here to guide you through the entire process so you can find the answers you are looking for about your health. "We are Here to Help You."
Test PreparationThis test requires you to fast 12hr before your phlebotomy appointment. Register your test kit and schedule with one of our mobile healthcare professionals. Follow the instructions provided in the instruction card included in your test kit prior to your appointment.
The general health test evaluates eight key health areas in your body:
Your kidney plays a vital role by filtering out waste, toxins, and excess water from your blood into urine that is removed from the body. The biomarkers in this test collectively allow you and your physician to evaluate if you have any concerns regarding kidney function.
Biomarkers Measured: Creatine, Blood Urea Nitrogen, Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR)
Your liver plays many roles, including cleaning your blood, breaking down food, making proteins, and storing energy. The biomarkers in this test are used to check the levels of liver enzymes and proteins that will help you and your physician assess the health of your liver.
Biomarkers Measured: Albumin, Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP), Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT), Aspartate Aminotransferase (AST), Bilirubin
Glucose is the main source of energy for your body. High or low glucose levels over time can have damaging effects on your body. The biomarkers in this test are used to help you and your physician assess your risk for diabetes or prediabetes so that you can make the necessary lifestyle changes.
Biomarkers Measured: Glucose, HbA1c
High cholesterol is a significant risk factor for cardiovascular diseases. Knowing your numbers will allow you to proactively change your lifestyle to reduce the risks of cardiovascular diseases.
Biomarkers Measured: HDL, LDL, Total Cholesterol, Triglycerides
The four major electrolytes of the body play a wide range of functions in the body. These functions range from regulating your blood pressure, playing a role in muscle and nerve function, to maintaining physiological pH balance.
Analytes Measure: Sodium, Chloride, Potassium, Bicarbonate
Blood Content Analysis
Blood circulates in your body, delivering oxygen and nutrients to all your organs and removing the waste released. Your blood also consists of blood cells and proteins that help fight infection and help the blood clot when you are bleeding. Hence, it is important the components of your blood are within the normal range.
Components Analyzed: White Blood Cells, Red Blood Cells, Platelets, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin (Hgb)
The health of your bones is important to support you to move, protect your vital organs, and anchor your muscles. Hence, it is important you maintain strong and healthy bones for your total wellbeing.
Biomarker Measured: Calcium, Vitamin D
Thyroid Health (Initial screen)
The function of the thyroid is essential because it plays an integral part in regulating your metabolism. Dive deeper by taking our thyroid functioning test.
Biomarker Measured: TSH
Who should get tested?
Individuals who are healthy and want a broad overview of their health.
Individuals with a family history of kidney disease, liver disease, heart disease, thyroid issues, or diabetes
Individuals with the one or more of the following symptoms:
Nausea and vomiting
Shortness of breath
Loss of appetite
Muscle weakness, aches, or cramps
Urinating too much or too little
Blood in the urine
Yellowish skin and eyes
Wounds that heal slowly
Low blood sugar levels
Tingling or numb hand or feet
High blood pressure or blood sugar
High body fat
Mood changes such as depression