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Diabetes Screening

Diabetes Screening

Diabetes screening and monitoring both play an essential role in identifying individuals at risk, or those who already have the condition but are unaware of it. Diabetes can potentially lead to a range of serious health complications such as cardiovascular diseases, kidney problems, nerve damage, and vision impairment.

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Diabetes Risk Profile Panel

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The Diabetes Risk Profile panel is a set of tests specifically designed to assess your risk of developing type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes. Pre-diabetes is a condition characterized by elevated blood sugar levels that are higher than normal but not yet in the diabetic range. Identifying pre-diabetes early is crucial because it provides an opportunity for intervention and lifestyle modifications to prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes. Early detection and identification is absolutely essential in implementing appropriate interventions, which can reduce the risk of long-term complications associated with diabetes, such as cardiovascular disease, nerve damage, kidney problems, and eye disorders.

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Diabetes Screening

Individuals with a family history of diabetes, obesity, sedentary lifestyle, or certain ethnic backgrounds are at a higher risk, and are ideal candidates for eNational’s diabetes screenings.

Awareness of an individual’s diabetic status empowers them to understand the importance of their condition, the risks, and begin to implement lifestyle modifications, ensure medication adherence, and update dietary recommendations, all of which are crucial for effective diabetes prevention and/or management.

Effective diabetes management through screening and early intervention helps individuals to maintain better control of their symptoms. In turn, this allows them to lead a more active, fulfilling life with fewer disruptions and comorbidities caused by the effects of uncontrolled diabetes.

Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know when to get tested?

Timing of testing can vary based on factors such as presence of any symptoms, when the possible exposure occurred, and other risk factors. If a more specific answer is needed, please consult with a health care provider for better guidance.

How do I know what to test for?

If you have concerns about exposure to one STD, then you are at risk for possible exposure to all STDs and should have a comprehensive panel of STD testing.

Can alcohol or drugs affect my STD test results?

No, alcohol and drugs will have no effect on the results of your STD tests.

How can I test for HPV?

Women are typically tested for HPV during pap smear exams. There is no test for HPV in men.

What types of samples are needed for testing?

Our STD tests utilize blood and urine samples. Gonorrhea, chlamydia, and trichomonas are accurately tested via urine and the others are tested via blood.

Can I still test if I am on my menstrual cycle?

Yes, menstruation will not affect the accuracy of any STD test you choose.

Are my results going to be confidential?

Yes, your results will be securely emailed to you. Unique identifying information is required to view your results.

Can I get my results the same day?

No, the typical turnaround time for most results is 2-3 business days.

How often should I test for STDs?

Various factors, such as age, presence of symptoms, and number of sexual partners, can be used to determine the most appropriate testing interval for you. Some people may test as frequently as every 3 months, while others may test annually. Consult with a health care provider for guidance tailored to you.

Are the incubation periods for all STDs the same?

No, incubation periods vary depending on type of infection. For HIV: 2-6 weeks, syphilis: 1-3 months, herpes: 2-12 days, chlamydia: 1-3 weeks, gonorrhea: 2-3 days, hepatitis B: 1-5 months, hepatitis C: 2-6 months, trichomonas: 5-28 days

What if I get a negative result but know I was exposed to an STD?

Your test results show current and active infections only. If your results are negative but you know you are at risk from recent exposure, it is recommended to repeat the test in 3 weeks and again in 3-6 months.

What is the benefit of having an early detection syphilis or HIV test?

Early detection syphilis testing can detect syphilis as soon as 2 weeks after possible exposure compared to 4 weeks to 3 months with the standard syphilis test. Early detection HIV testing can detect HIV as soon as 9-11 days after possible exposure compared to 2-6 weeks with a standard HIV test.

What do I do if any of my results are abnormal? (Standard, Advanced, Cardiac Risk)

If your results are abnormal, you will have the opportunity to speak with a healthcare provider to discuss those results and receive guidance on next steps.

How long does it take to get results? (Standard, Advanced, Cardiac Risk)

Most results are received in 2-3 business days on average depending on the test(s) that are selected.

What are the benefits of getting these tests? (Standard, Advanced, Cardiac Risk)

Annual or more frequent wellness testing will help determine your current health state and potentially identify health concerns that may need to be addressed.

Does an abnormal stool test result mean I have colon cancer? (Colon Cancer Screening)

Not necessarily. This test is just one marker used to determine the health of a person's colon.

Do abnormal thyroid test results mean I have a thyroid condition? (Thyroid Health)

Not necessarily. If this test panel reveals abnormalities, follow up with a healthcare provider for further evaluation, interpretation, and guidance.

What should I do if my results are abnormal? (Standard, Complete, Anti-Aging, Prostate Health)

If your results are abnormal, you will have the opportunity to speak with a healthcare provider to discuss those results and receive guidance on next steps.

What should I do if all my results are normal? (Standard, Complete)

If you are having health concerns and your test results are normal, you should follow up with a healthcare provider to discuss your concerns and obtain guidance on further steps or monitoring.

Which men's panel is best? (Standard, Complete)

All the panels are beneficial to help determine a person's current health state. The panel you select should be based on each person's individual health needs and the level of comprehensive evaluation they are looking for.

How long before I get my results? (Standard, Complete)

Most results are received in 2-3 business days on average depending on the test(s) that are selected.

What should I do if there are abnormal results? (Anti-Aging, Prostate Health)

If your results are abnormal, you will have the opportunity to speak with a healthcare provider to discuss those results and receive guidance on next steps.

Does an abnormal PSA result mean I have prostate cancer? (Anti-Aging, Prostate Health)

Not necessarily. This test is just one marker used to determine the health of a person's prostate.

Do men go through menopause? (Anti-Aging, Prostate Health)

Like women, men experience hormonal changes as they age, and these changes can produce noticeable symptoms. However, this is not typically referred to as menopause, nor is it an exact equivalent. Men produce less and less testerone gradually as they age, while some men are not significantly affected by decreased testosterone production, others may experience decreased sex drive, fatigue, decreased muscle mass, depression, mood swings, or erectile dysfunction.

What should I do if my results are abnormal? (Standard, Complete, Metabolic Health)

If your results are abnormal, you will have the opportunity to speak with a healthcare provider to discuss those results and receive guidance on next steps.

What should I do if all my results are normal? (Standard, Complete, Metabolic Health)

If you are having health concerns and your test results are normal, you should follow up with a healthcare provider to discuss your concerns and obtain guidance on further steps or monitoring.

Which women's health panel is best? (Standard, Complete, Metabolic Health)

All the panels are beneficial to help determine a person's current health state. The panel you select should be based on your individual health needs and the level of evaluation you are looking for.

How long before I get my results? (Standard, Complete, Metabolic Health)

Most results are received in 2-3 business days on average depending on the test(s) that are selected.

Do abnormal thyroid test results mean I have a thyroid condition? (Standard, Complete, Metabolic Health)

Not necessarily. If this test panel reveals abnormalities, follow up with a healthcare provider for further evaluation, interpretation, and guidance.

Do abnormal results mean I am infertile? (Fertility, Pregnancy)

Not necessarily. If any of these tests reveal abnormalities, follow up with a healthcare provider for further evaluation, interpretation, and guidance.

What should I do if my pregnancy test result is positive? (Fertility, Pregnancy)

You should follow -up with an Ob/Gyn.

What should I do if any of my results are abnormal? (Food, Environmental)

If your results are abnormal, you will have the opportunity to speak with a healthcare provider to discuss those results and receive guidance on next steps.

How long does it take to get results? (Food, Environmental)

Most results are received in 3-4 business days.

What are the benefits of getting these tests? (Food, Environmental)

If you have experienced an allergic reaction, but you’re unsure of the cause, allergy testing is the best way to identify that or rule out potential causes.

Do abnormal results mean I have celiac disease? (Celiac)

Not necessarily. Follow up with a healthcare provider for further evaluation, interpretation, and guidance.

If my results are abnormal, do I have to change my diet? (Celiac)

Possibly, but it is best to follow up with a healthcare provider for guidance and resources.

How far back can drug tests detect substances?

Urine drug tests can detect drugs taken up to seven days ago or even longer, depending on frequency of drug use. Hair drug testing can detect drugs taken up to 90 days ago.

How much hair does the lab need to do a hair drug test?

In order for the lab to be able to accurately test a hair sample it must be at least 2 inches in length if taken from the head or enough to form a cotton ball sized amount if taken anywhere else from the body. Head hair cannot be combined with hair taken from other parts of the body.

What is an MRO?

A medical review officer, or MRO, is a doctor who has been specially trained to interpret drug test results.

Why do some people do drug testing?

Drug testing is typically done for reasons such as employment screening or substance abuse treatment monitoring, but some people may just be curious about whether drugs can be detected in their bodies.

Why do some companies require drug testing of their employees?

Drug testing is relatively common in certain industries like transportation, healthcare, and government. Many large corporations and safety-sensitive positions may also conduct drug testing as part of their hiring process and during employment to ensure that employees are complying with drug-free workplace policies

Will employment be affected if I test positive for marijuana but live in a state that it is legalized?

The impact of testing positive for marijuana in a state where it is legalized will depend on several factors, including the specific laws in your state, your employer's policies, the nature of your job, and the industry in which you work. It is important to review not only your state's marijuana laws, but your employer's policies and any employment contracts or agreements you have signed.

When will I get my results?

Results take about 1-3 business days on average. Refer to individual test descriptions for specific turnaround times.

Can I pay for my testing at the collection site?

Payment is required through our secure website prior to creating your testing order.

Do I have to do anything in preparation for my test?

Make sure to drink plenty of water prior to your collection! If fasting is required, this will be shown on your order.

Do I need to make an appointment at the collection site?

Appointments are not required, but may minimize wait time at the lab. Call the number on your requisition form to book an appointment.

Will my results be mailed to me?

Lab results will be emailed to you as a PDF file for easy access.

What do I do if any of my results are abnormal?

If your results are abnormal, you will have the opportunity to speak with a healthcare provider to discuss those results and receive guidance on next steps

How fast can I get my lab requisition once ordered?

Your requisition form will be emailed to you automatically after completing your eNational testing order.

Do I require a doctor's note to order any lab testing?

You don’t have to see your doctor because we have licensed physicians in all 50 states to authorize testing.

How long does it take to get results?

Results are received in just one business day.

Do I need to be fasting?

Yes, you should fast for at least 10-12 hours prior to testing.

How far does the Hemoglobin A1C test go back?

It measures your average sugar levels over the past three months.

What should I do if my results are abnormal ?

If your results are abnormal, you will have the opportunity to speak with a healthcare provider to discuss those results and receive guidance on next steps.

What type of sample is needed for these tests?

Our diabetes screenings require a blood sample.

What is diabetes?

Diabetes is a chronic medical condition characterized by high levels of glucose (sugar) in the blood, either because the body does not produce enough insulin (a hormone that regulates blood sugar) or because it doesn’t respond properly to the insulin that is produced. If left untreated, diabetes can lead to organ damage.

Why do employers want me to get a Quantiferion TB blood test?

Depending on your profession or employment setting, your employer may want to know if you have been exposed to tuberculosis (TB) and if you are experiencing an active infection making you capable of spreading the infection to others.

What is tuberculosis (TB)?

TB is a serious respiratory condition that is spread via respiratory droplets in the air produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes, speaks, or sings.

What do abnormal titer results mean?

Depending on the titer test you choose, abnormal titer results mean that your immune system is not adequately equipped to respond and fight off that particular infection if exposed.

How long does it take to get results?

Quantiferon TB results typically take 3-5 business days and titer results typically take 2-3 business days.