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Comprehensive Men’s Health Panel

Priority Lab Testing’s Comprehensive Men’s Health Panel includes 22 tests used to evaluate general health and wellness in men by evaluating potential risks for heart disease, diabetes, prostate health, vitamin deficiencies, and other common areas of concern all in one fast and convenient visit.

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Test Preparation:
Fasting is required (i.e. no eating or drinking anything besides water for 8 hours prior to testing). Patients should avoid consuming liver or taking biotin supplements, multivitamins, or vitamin K for at least 48 hours prior to testing.
Testing Method:
Blood and urine sample

Priority Lab Testing’s Comprehensive Men's Health Panel includes 22 tests used to evaluate general health and wellness in men by evaluating potential risks for heart disease, diabetes, prostate health, vitamin deficiencies, and other common areas of concern all in one fast and convenient visit. This panel includes all of the tests from the Basic and Standard Men’s Health Panels in addition to the following: Vitamin A (Retinol) Test, Carotene (Beta Carotene) Test, Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) Test, Vitamin B3 (Niacin) Test, Vitamin B5 Test, Vitamin B6 Test, Vitamin B12 Test, Folic Acid (Folate) Test, Vitamin C Test, Vitamin E (Tocopherol) Test, and Vitamin K Test.

The Comprehensive Men's Health Panel panel tests for the following:

How Our Comprehensive Men’s Health Panel Works

Conducting our comprehensive men’s health panel is simple. First, put it in your cart and check out. Next, visit one of our more than 4,000 nationwide testing facilities at a time that’s convenient for you. You do not need an appointment; just come by at a time that works for your schedule and at your convenience.

Since some of the tests in the comprehensive men’s health panel require fasting, you will need to avoid consuming food or water for at least 8 hours prior to your visit. You may also need to avoid taking several of your regular supplements, including multivitamins, vitamin K, or biotin, for at least 48 hours prior to your test. As a result, you may need to plan ahead for your Priority Lab Testing visit.

Once you arrive, one of our certified staff members will take a blood sample and provide you with a jar for a urine specimen. You will give your sample and be ready to go! In most cases, it will take less than 30 minutes for you to be done with your appointment and ready to get on your way.

Signs You May Need to Conduct a Men’s Comprehensive Health Panel

A men’s comprehensive health panel can help provide vital insights into your overall health and wellness, whether you have been experiencing signs and symptoms that something might be wrong or not. For example, you might decide to conduct a men’s comprehensive health panel because you have noticed signs of fatigue or lethargy, which could result from a number of common health conditions. A comprehensive men’s health panel can also help provide you with more information about your overall health, from the levels of specific vitamins in your blood to how your testosterone levels change over time. 

How to Interpret Your Results

We strive to make it as easy as possible to interpret the results of your tests. When your results arrive, you will see three columns. 

  • One column lays out the normal range for each test. The normal range will depend on the type of test you’re taking. 
  • The next column lays out the results you received on your test. These results are highly reliable based on our sensitive testing methods.
  • Finally, our flag column will explain whether the results of each test are normal, high, or low. This column includes plain language that makes it easier to decipher what your test results are telling you. 

Once you receive your results, you can look them over and see what information they offer. At Priority Lab Testing, we cannot tell you what to do next about your results. However, we can connect you with one of our care counselors, who will provide you with more insight about what your test results mean. If you do need to connect with a physician regarding your test results, including cases in which you may need medication to help treat an emerging condition, we can help put you in touch with a doctor or specialist near you.

Men’s Basic Health Panel vs. Men’s Comprehensive Health Panel

Do you need to have a men’s comprehensive health panel done, or will the basic men’s health panel provide you with adequate insight? The right test for your needs may depend on your specific circumstances. Are you monitoring an ongoing health condition? Do you need greater insight into your vitamin levels and more specific information about your body and its overall health? If so, the men’s comprehensive health panel may be the right option for you. On the other hand, if you need only a basic overview of your current health, or if you are just conducting annual testing to make sure everything stays normal, the men’s basic health panel may offer the insights you need.


  • Eating prior to your test could change the results of some of your tests. In some cases, that could make the results inconclusive or even falsify your results. By fasting, you ensure a more accurate test.

  • As part of your comprehensive men’s health panel, you will need to fast, including avoiding water for at least eight hours. You may be able to consume water after taking your blood test, if needed.

  • As part of your results, you will receive a document that clearly lays out the normal ranges for the test and where your test result falls on that line. We can also connect you with a care counselor who will provide you with more insights.