Did you know general health tests can now be performed outside of your doctor’s office? From food allergies, pregnancy, water quality, dust and pollen and more. Sample collection is simple, and you’ll learn the results within days. Best of all these tests are convenient, affordable, reliable and most importantly, they are private.
These tests let you take charge of your health and require no insurance.
Why you should consider taking a home test for general health
If you suspect you or a loved one may have a medical condition but would rather not go to a doctor to find out for sure, a home test is the first step. Or maybe you would prefer to have privacy or save money, or just don’t have time for an office appointment. Either way, a general health home test is for you.
No matter your reason for taking a home test, you should show the result to your doctor to they can confirm and recommend treatments.
General Home Health Tests to Consider
Learn about all of the home tests for general health and wellness (Scroll Down or Click below):
As you age, monitoring your blood sugar levels become more important especially if you have Type 1 diabetes. In addition, testing may also make since if you want to find out if you have Type 2 diabetes. Most importantly, monitoring your blood sugar levels will also help you determine if you need to adjust your diet and medication.
Being proactive with your health just may save you a lot of time and grief in the future.
Prediabetes usually doesn't have any symptoms. It is a condition in which your blood sugar isn't quite high enough for a diabetes diagnosis.
Here a few of the classic signs:
- Increased thirst
- Frequent urination
- Excess hunger
Inflammation and Vitamin D
Did you know a Vitamin D deficiency may lead to overall inflammation on your body. This includes your joints, cardiovascular and more.
Consider taking tests the measure both HDL (good) and LDL (bad) cholesterol levels. It’s most important to know these level, then just total cholesterol. The results may tell you if you need to make a change in your lifestyle and eating habits.
A colonoscopy is usually not the most favorite test for adults. However, it does allow your doctor to detect and remove precancerous growths. Fortunately, testing stool samples is also a way to potentially find bleeding from the polyps.
This virus attacks the liver. This test is might make sense for those who have injected illegal drugs, have had an organ transplant or blood transfusion or have been on long-term dialysis.
Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)
A food allergy home test will provide food sensitivity guidance on what foods you may want to eliminate from your diet.
Gluten and Celiac
Do you know if you're allergic to gluten? Simple home test for detecting the early warning signs of Colorectal disease. Self check even before symptoms appear. No diet restrictions.
Thyroid function plays a vital role in weight, energy and you overall health and wellness..
A vaginal yeast infection that causes irritation, itchiness and discharge. A yeast infection is not considered a sexually transmitted infection.
A pregnancy test is a test that measures for the hormone human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in your pee or blood. Your body makes this hormone when you’re pregnant. Blood tests are usually taken in your doctor’s office, the home test is a simple urine test.