Women's Panel (Age 50-59)
Women's Panel (Age 50-59) FAQ
What is tested in the women's health (50-59) panel?
Why are markers in the women's panel (age 50-59) important?
What type of specimen will I submit?
Do I need to fast to take this test?
How long does it take to get test results?
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Women's Panel (Age 50-59) - More Information
The women's panel (age 50-59) includes all of the tests checked in the women's (age 40-49) panel - the complete blood count (CBC), comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP), estradiol, FSH, hemoglobin A1c, iron and TIBC, LH, lipid panel, progesterone, testosterone total and free blood test, TSH blood test, vitamin B12 and vitamin D tests. The women's panel (age 50-59) also includes the homocysteine test.
The women's panel (age 50-59) checks a wide range of general wellness markers and screens for common issues like diabetes, elevated lipid and cholesterol levels, anemia, vitamin deficiencies and hormonal imbalances. Homocysteine is also checked in this panel as a screening marker for cardiovascular risk.
The women's panel (age 50-59) was designed to test important lab markers for women between aged 50-59. If you are over the age of 59, consider the women's (age 60+) panel.
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