Get Tested: In your 20’s, 30’s, 40’s & 50’s….

Get Tested: Going to the doctor may be the the last thing in your mind right now, but regular check-ups may save your health & your life later.

Whether in your 20’s or well into 70’s, prevention is the key to sustaining health & vitality.

Get Tested in Your 20's and 30's

Get Tested in Your 20’s and 30’s

In your 20’s – 30’s

This is the age of prevention

You are at Risk:

Women: High Cholesterol, Type 2 Diabetes, Breast cancer

Men: High Cholesterol, Heart Disease, Type II Diabetes.

Common test to do – Once in year

  1. Body Mass Index
  2. Blood pressure
  3. ECG
  4. CBC (Complete Blood Count)
  5. Blood Sugar level
  6. Lipid profile
  7. Thyroid Function Test ( If your doctor recommends you)
  8. Mammography ( For female – if Doctor recommends)

In your 40’s:

Get Tested in your 40’s

You are at Risk:

Both men & women are at the greater risk of Heart disease &

type 2 diabetes after age of 30’s. Women are at risk of Breast Cancer , Cervical cancer risks .

Test to do – Once in year.

  1. Physician/ Cardiologist Consultation.
  2. Body Mass Index
  3. Blood pressure.
  4. CBC
  5. BSL fasting
  6. Lipid profile
  7. ECG
  8. TMT / Stress Test ( If required)
  9. Thyroid Function Test ( If Doctor recommends)
  10. Mammography ( Female)

In Your 50’s:

Get Tested In Your 50's

Get Tested In Your 50’s

You are at risk:

After age 50, risk for heart disease, stroke, Type 2 Diabetes &

many cancers increase exponentially.

On your part, ensure that your lifestyle is full of physical activities.

Common test to do:

  1. Physician/ Cardiologist  Consultation.
  2. Body Mass Index
  3. Blood Pressure.
  4. CBC
  5. BSL fasting
  6. Lipid profile
  7. ECG
  8. TMT / Stress Test ( If required)
  9. Mammography ( Female)
  10. Pap Smear ( Female)
  11. PSA ( Male)

Each year around your birthday, give yourself a gift. Schedule your visit to Doctor / Get tested at diagnostic centre. With an investment of an hour or two, you may be able to add years to your life.

 

 

 

 

 

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