The Male Health Profile is designed for men who are 50 years and older and are looking to take a step towards better control of their health. It screens you to identify a number of health conditions, including high cholesterol, thyroid disorders, kidney disease, and prostate health test so that you can take proactive and preventative measures to improve your overall health.
Preparation: These tests require a 12-hour fast (no food or drink, except water).
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This panel informs you about the status of your metabolism by monitoring your organ functions, electrolyte, blood sugar, and blood protein levels with 14 different tests. Click here to learn more.
This test reveals how much iron your body stores. If your blood ferritin level is lower than normal, it indicates that you have an iron deficiency.
Free T4 test is used to evaluate your thyroid function and diagnose thyroid diseases, such as hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism.
Symptoms of abnormal T4 levels can include weight changes, fatigue, insomnia, and menstrual irregularity. While a high T4 level can be caused by hyperthyroidism and medication, a low T4 level can be caused by hypothyroidism, medication, and malnutrition.
The Hemoglobin A1C test is the best diabetes test to help you stay informed about your condition and manage it with an effective treatment plan. It checks your blood sugar levels over a span of the previous two to three months. Click here to learn more.
Iron is an essential mineral that helps red blood cells transport oxygen throughout your body. It is thus necessary for optimal organ function, energy, and healthy hair, skin, and nails. The optimal range of iron levels is between 60 and 170 micrograms per deciliter.
Typical symptoms in adults with iron deficiency can include fatigue, craving or compulsively chewing ice, headache, weakness/dizziness. The major causes of abnormal iron levels are decreased dietary intake, blood loss, underlying conditions, and certain medications.
Lipids are fats and fatty substances that are used as a source of energy and directly impact your overall health. This panel measures four levels: the level of total cholesterol, HDL (good cholesterol, or high-density lipoproteins), LDL (bad cholesterol, or low-density lipoproteins) and triglycerides (the fat content in your blood). Click here to learn more.
This test checks for enlarged prostates, inflammation, and overall prostate health in men. It is particularly helpful for those at a greater risk of having a prostate-related health condition, such as men aged between 55 and 69, men over 40 who are African-American, or men whose immediate relatives were diagnosed with prostate cancer. Click here to learn more.
This test measures testosterone levels in males. A key hormone that affects male sex drive, fertility, muscle mass, and bone health, testosterone plays a key role in fertility, erections, and bone health. While the range of testosterone in healthy males is 270 to 1070 ng/dL, too low or high levels of testosterone can increase the risk of infertility, ED, and osteoporosis. Click here to learn more.
TSH test is used to evaluate your thyroid function and can help doctors diagnose thyroid conditions.
Symptoms of abnormal TSH levels can include weight changes, fatigue, and menstrual irregularity. While a high TSH level can be caused by medication, injury to or removal of the thyroid gland, a low TSH level can be caused by medication and other autoimmune conditions.
The Total Iron test measures the amount of iron in your blood, while the TIBC test measures your red blood cells’ capacity to carry iron. This test is recommended to you if you are trying to improve your diet or stay healthy. It is also recommended if you display symptoms of low iron levels, including fatigue, headaches, hair loss, or if you suffer from anemia (decreased red blood cell levels).
This test checks the appearance, concentration, and measures several substances in the urine, such as byproducts of normal and abnormal metabolism, cells, cellular fragments, and bacteria. Click here to learn more.
This test measures the levels of Vitamin D in your body. Vitamin D is an important nutrient for your overall health, including bone strength (as it helps your body absorb calcium) and muscle strength. While the body produces Vitamin D when exposed to sunlight, and by the consumption of certain foods, such as egg yolk, milk, butter, mushrooms, and fish, the body may develop vitamin D deficiency over time. Vitamin D deficiency may cause osteoporosis, bone fractures, muscle weakness, and high blood pressure. Click here to learn more.