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Basic Women’s Health Panel

$249

This Basic Women’s Health Panel is comprised of eight tests designed to give women an overall look at their health by analyzing a series of components found in the blood. Knowing where certain hormone or vitamin levels are too high, too low, or out of balance can help you and your physician identify areas of elevated risk even when symptoms are minimal or non-existent. Identifying and addressing potential areas of concern early on can minimize the risk of more serious health issues later in life.

The Basic Women’s Health Panel consists of the following:

Testing Method:
Blood and urine sample
Test Preparation:
Fasting is required (i.e. no eating or drinking anything besides water for at least 8 hours prior to testing).
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How Our Basic Women’s Health Panel Tests Work

Priority Lab Testing offers various services to help you live healthier. For example, we’ll screen for common health conditions and assess your risk for developing certain diseases with our basic women’s health panel tests. 

We’re all for convenient and painless testing. Our 4,000+ locations across the country mean you’ll never be too far from a lab that can get your blood work done in seconds. And you don’t need an appointment to be tested.

We know you’re busy, so we’ll make the health panel tests as painless and quick for you as possible. These small tests only take about five minutes each. So, you’ll be in and out in a short while. 

What Does the Basic Women’s Health Panel Include?

The basic women’s health panel includes eight individual tests. 

The first four tests in the panel will focus on screening for anemia, diabetes, and kidney and liver function. These are important because they can be indicative of more serious underlying conditions.

The next two tests will look for markers of infection, such as bacteria or viruses. This is important because infections can lead to serious health complications if left untreated.

The last two tests in the panel are for thyroid function and cholesterol. These tests are important because they can help to identify problems that could lead to heart disease or stroke. 

What Do the Results Mean?

The results of the tests in the basic women’s health panel will be available within a few days. One of our experienced and certified medical professionals will interpret the results and provide you with a complete report. 

If any tests come back abnormal, our team will work with you to develop a plan for further testing or treatment. We’ll also provide resources and support to help you make healthy lifestyle choices. 

The basic women’s health panel is a great way to get started on your journey to better health. It’s a simple and convenient way to screen for common health conditions and assess your risk for developing certain diseases. 

Why Get the Basic Women’s Health Panel?

As a woman, there are some unique health risks that you face. And their likelihood increases with age. So while you may look and feel healthy, you may have some underlying conditions. That’s why getting the basic women’s health panel is so important. 

The panel tests can help identify problems early when they’re most easily treated. And, because the tests are quick and painless, there’s no excuse not to do them. 

So, take control of your health today and get the basic women’s health panel. It could be the best decision you ever make.

When to Get the Basic Women’s Health Panel

The basic women’s health panel is recommended for all women over 18. However, you may want to get the panel more often if you have certain risk factors for certain diseases. 

Your doctor can help you determine how often you should get the basic women’s health panel based on your individual risk factors. But, in general, it’s a good idea to get the panel every two to three years. 

Basic Women’s Health Panel Vs. Comprehensive Women’s Health Panel

The basic women’s health panel includes eight tests. The comprehensive women’s health panel consists of all of the tests in the basic panel, plus additional tests for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), human papillomavirus (HPV), and breast cancer, among other conditions.

As you can imagine, the comprehensive women’s health panel offers a broader look at your health. And while it’s not recommended for everyone, it may be a good idea if you have specific risk factors for certain diseases. 

Your doctor can help you to determine whether the basic or comprehensive women’s health panel is right for you.

FAQs

  • The basic women’s health panel is a group of eight tests that screen for common health conditions. The panel tests can help identify problems early when they’re most easily treated.

  • The basic women’s health panel is recommended for all women over 18. However, you may want to get the panel more often if you have certain risk factors for certain diseases.

  • The basic women’s health panel includes eight tests:

    • Complete blood count (CBC)
    • Comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP)
    • Lipid panel
    • Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) test
    • Urinalysis
    • Fasting blood sugar (FBS)
    • Pap smear
    • Mammogram

    All of these tests are combined into one panel.