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Comprehensive Women’s Health Panel


Our most complete panel specifically for women’s health, this Comprehensive Women's Health Panel includes 22 tests designed to give women a comprehensive look at their overall 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. This panel includes all of the tests from the Basic and Standard Women’s Health Panel as well as a multi-panel vitamin test.

The Comprehensive 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 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.
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How Our Comprehensive Women’s Health Panel Works

Our comprehensive women’s health panel tests focus on common health concerns and assessing your risk for developing certain illnesses. You won’t need to make an appointment after you schedule your comprehensive women’s health panel. 

We have over 4,000 testing facilities across the United States. All you have to do is choose one close to you and come in at your leisure. 

One of our qualified employees will take a blood sample using the prick method. There is nothing to be concerned about. It’ll be just as fast as it is painless. However, due to the comprehensive nature of this panel, our experts may have to take several vials. 

When preparing for the basic health panel tests, you don’t need to set aside a big chunk of your day. We understand that you have a busy schedule. That’s why ensure the process only lasts a few minutes. 

What Does the Comprehensive Women’s Health Include?

Priority Lab Testing’s comprehensive women’s health panel includes 22 tests. By taking these tests you will have a holistic view of your health. 

The tests included in the comprehensive women’s health panel include:

  • Lipid panel
  • Complete blood count (CBC)
  • Fasting blood sugar (FBS)A1C
  • Comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP)
  • Follicle-stimulating hormone
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin B1
  • Vitamin B12
  • Vitamin B6
  • Folic acid
  • Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT/SGPT)
  • Glycohemoglobin (GHb or Hemoglobin A1c)
  • C-Reactive Protein (CRP) High Sensitivity (Cardiac Risk Assessment)
  • Beta Carotene (carotene)
  • Progesterone
  • InsulinThyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH)
  • Uric Acid

All of these tests are important in their own way. But, if you’re concerned about a specific health issue, you can talk to your doctor or one of our representatives. We’ll be more than happy to recommend which tests will be most beneficial for you. 

Why Get the Comprehensive Women’s Health Panel?

There are several reasons why you should get the comprehensive women’s health panel. 

For one, it’s an excellent way to take proactive steps towards your health and well-being. The tests can detect possible health concerns early on, which gives you a better chance of mitigating them in the long run. 

It’s also a great way to overview your health comprehensively. You might be surprised at how much the tests can tell you about your overall health and well-being. 

Finally, the comprehensive women’s health panel is an excellent way to put your mind at ease. If you’ve been feeling under the weather or experiencing strange symptoms, the tests can help you find out what’s happening. 

When to Get the Comprehensive Women’s Health Panel

The best time to get the comprehensive women’s health panel is when you’re feeling healthy. That way, you can use the results as a baseline for future comparisons. 

If you have any concerns or are experiencing strange symptoms, we recommend getting the tests as soon as possible. The sooner you get tested, the sooner you can find out what’s going on and take steps to address it. 

If you’re pregnant or trying to get pregnant, we recommend getting the tests as soon as possible. That way, you can make sure that you and your baby are as healthy as can be. 

Finally, if you have a family history of certain illnesses, you may want to get the tests more frequently. That way, you can be on the lookout for any early signs or symptoms. 

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

The comprehensive women’s health panel includes all of the basic women’s health panel tests, plus an additional 14 tests. 

The comprehensive panel is recommended for women who want a complete picture of their health, are concerned about specific health issues, or have been experiencing strange symptoms. 

If you’re unsure which panel is right for you, our representatives can help you decide.


  • The comprehensive women’s health panel is a 22-test panel that assesses your overall health and detects a range of disorders, including anemia, infections, and leukemia.

  • There is no definitive answer to this question. However, most experts recommend getting the panel every one to two years.

  • There are several benefits to getting a comprehensive women’s health panel. These include early detection of possible health concerns, a comprehensive overview of your health, and peace of mind.

  • No special preparation is required for the comprehensive women’s health panel. However, you should fast for 12 hours before your appointment if possible. This will ensure more accurate results.

  • The comprehensive women’s health panel is a simple, quick, and painless process. An expert will take a small blood sample from your arm, and the results will be available within 1-2 weeks.