I have an appointment this week to get comprehensive blood work done, again (twice a year) We’re checking most of the key markers -heart health, testosterone/estrogen etc. I was just curious if there’s any ” best practices” to ensure I don’t get any skewed readings. I know things like a really intense workout before can throw off some of the kidney function test and make things look elevated. I was just curious if there’s anything else that I could or should be aware of. Definitely not trying to game the system and make my numbers look better than they are but also want to be sure that I’m not creating any false positives or elevated numbers based on my actions pre-test. I’ve included a screenshot of what will be tested for clarification. Thanks Teams HC!