Blood work

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  • #21217
    Nicholas Ashford
    Participant

    You always hear “get your blood work done”, say 2-4 times a year. It makes a lot of sense to get a baseline then if the various tested elements trend one way or the other take action.

    But never can I find any detail … so what should you be making sure is tested when doing blood work.

    Presumably vitamin and mineral deficiencies, liver and kidney function etc.

    But is the a name or type of test that you need to ask for?

    Thanks,

    N

    #21223
    Joe
    Keymaster

    You always hear “get your blood work done”, say 2-4 s a year. It makes a lot of sense to get a baseline then if the various tested elements trend one way or the other take action.

    But never can I find any detail … so what should you be making sure is tested when doing blood work.

    Presumably vitamin and mineral deficiencies, liver and kidney function etc.

    But is the a name or type of test that you need to ask for?

    Thanks,

    N

    #21224
    Joe
    Keymaster

    You always hear “get your blood work done”, say 2-4 s a year. It makes a lot of sense to get a baseline then if the various tested elements trend one way or the other take action.

    But never can I find any detail … so what should you be making sure is tested when doing blood work.

    Presumably vitamin and mineral deficiencies, liver and kidney function etc.

    But is the a name or type of test that you need to ask for?

    Thanks,

    N

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    #21423
    Nicholas Ashford
    Participant

    This is awesome Jo. As ever you take the time to go into the details and this is so much more that o was expecting. Thanks man.

    #21428
    Joe
    Keymaster

    This is awesome Jo. As ever you take the to go into the details and this is so much more that o was expecting. Thanks man.

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