Here are some of the most exclusive and special tests carried out by us.
Why is this test important? The Comprehensive Erectile Dysfunction Blood Testing Profile is a more comprehensive test for health screening participants concerned about erectile dysfunction and basic health and wellness along with a Prostate Cancer Screening. Along with hormone tests related to erectile dysfunction, the CMP with CBC provides important information about the current health of your kidneys, electrolyte and acid/base balance, blood sugar levels, and calcium levels. It contains a lipid (lipids are a source of fuel and are an important component of the structure of cells) profile that measures the fatty substances in the bloodstream. At a high level, these fatty substances can lead to heart disease, heart attack, and stroke.
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The SASA Diagnostics Comprehensive Thyroid Profile with TSH is a group of blood tests that includes T3, T4 and TSH that are often ordered together to help evaluate thyroid gland function and to help diagnose thyroid disorders. These hormones are chemical substances that travel through the bloodstream and control or regulate your body's metabolism - how it functions and uses energy.
In men, FSH stimulates the testes to produce mature sperm and also promotes the production of androgen binding proteins. FSH levels are relatively constant in males after puberty. In men, LH stimulates the Leydig cells in the testes to produce testosterone. LH levels are relatively constant in men after puberty. Testosterone provides negative feedback to the pituitary and the hypothalamus, helping to regulate the amount of LH secreted.
In women and men, FSH and LH hormone lab tests are ordered as part of the workup of infertility and pituitary or gonadal disorders.
Testosterone is a sex hormone produced mainly in men, but also in women. It causes the development of male sex characteristics (deepness of voice, hair growth patterns), strengthens muscle tone and bone mass, and effects sexual drive. The testosterone test can be used to diagnose decreased sex drive in men and women, and infertility in men and women.
The prostate cancer blood test (PSA) offered by SASA Diagnostics measures a protein (prostate specific antigen) produced exclusively by the prostate, which is a walnut-sized gland found in men only. It is recommended that you take a prostate cancer blood test (PSA) annually, beginning at age 50, if you do not have any serious medical problems and can be expected to live at least 10 more years, according to the American Cancer Society. Men at high risk for prostate cancer should begin prostate cancer blood testing (PSA) at age 45, or even age 40, depending on your personal and family medical history.
Prostate cancer often grows slowly, which is why early detection greatly aids in cures and treatments. The prostate cancer blood test (PSA) is also helpful after prostate cancer has been diagnosed because it can be used along with other tests to help you and your doctor decide which types of treatment might be best suited to your condition. For example, a very high prostate cancer blood test (PSA) level might indicate that the cancer has spread to other parts of your body. The prostate cancer blood test (PSA) can also show if your cancer treatment is working or if malignant cells still exist following treatment.
What does the test include? The SASA Diagnostics Erectile Dysfunction Blood Testing Profile, Comprehensive involves a blood draw by a qualified lab technician. The test includes: