PRO AAROGYAM PLUS Profile

 
Price: Rs. 900  Rs. 775

Pro Aarogyam Plus profile is offered by Thyrocare. It is a preventive health checkup package. The market price of this profile is Rs 900, but we are offering this profile at Rs 775 only. It includes 4 profiles with 14 test parameters. Fasting for 10-12 hours is needed before you give the samples. We offer home service. You don’t have to visit the nearby clinic.

To book our service call us at +91729876363. You can visit www.areyouhealthy.in to make an online booking. Please fill up the form by providing your Name, Address, Mobile no, Email Id, etc. we will contact once the form is submitted. Our agent will call you and fix an appointment on available date and time. Make the payment to the representative who comes to pick up the blood sample for the test. The reports will be updated to the registered email id within 2-3 days.

Profiles included in Pro Aarogyam Plus Profile.
1. Diabetes.
2. Thyroid.
3. Toxic elements.
4. Vitamin.

TEST DESCRIPTION:

1. Diabetes profile:
It includes only 1 test parameter, i.e., HbA1c test. This blood test is used to determine blood sugar levels. Haemoglobin is the part of red blood cells. HbA1c test measures the level of blood glucose attached to the haemoglobin in the blood. The higher level of HbA1c indicates that the person has diabetes. It can cause some serious problems related to heart disease, nerve damage and kidney disease. It is also known as glycated hemoglobin.

HbA1c test is usually performed to detect diabetes and prediabetes in adults. Is a person has diabetes, it is used to monitor the condition and glucose level.

Symptoms of Diabetes:
1. Increased urination.
2. Increased thirst.
3. Blurred vision.
4. Fatigue.

Risk factors for getting diabetes:
1. High blood pressure.
2. History of heart disease.
3. Physical inactivity.
4. Being obese and overweight.

HbA1c test results are shown in percentage. The average level for the HbA1c test is below 5.7%. For prediabetes, the level is between 5.7-6.4%. If the level is above 6.5%, it means the person has diabetes.

2. Thyroid profile:
The formal name of this profile is thyroid function panel. It includes 3 test parameters. It is used to evaluate the function of thyroid gland. This test also helps to diagnose thyroid disorders. The test parameters include Total Triiodothyronine(T3), Total Thyroxine(T4), and Thyroid Stimulating Hormone. Thyroid stimulating hormone is produced by a pituitary gland, and its primary purpose is to maintain the stable level of triiodothyronine and thyroxine in the blood. The thyroid gland produces triiodothyronine and thyroxine hormone. These 2 hormones help to control the energy used by the body. Both hormones are bound to proteins.

Conditions in the thyroid:

Symptoms for Hyperthyroidism:
1. Fatigue.
2. Hair loss.
3. Dry skin.
4. Constipation.
5. Puffy skin.
6. Cold intolerance.
7. Menstrual irregularity in women.

Symptoms for Hypothyroidism:
1. Increased heart rate.
2. Weight loss.
3. Weakness.
4. Difficulty sleeping.
5. Diarrhoea.
6. Tremors in the hands.
7. Anxiety.

Factors that can affect the T3, T4, and TSH results:
1. Pregnancy.
2. Estrogen and other drugs.
3. Liver diseases.
4. Systemic illness.
5. Pituitary dysfunction.
6. Resistance to thyroid hormones.
7. Changes in the proteins that bind T3 and T4.

3. Toxic elements profile:
It includes 9 test parameters. These parameters are arsenic, barium, cadmium, cobalt, chromium, caesium, mercury, lead, and selenium. This test is used to detect toxic elements in the body.

Toxic element exposure can affect:
1. Reproductive function.
2. Energy levels.
3. Cancer risk.
4. Degenerative conditions.
5. Cognitive and emotional health.
6. Neurological development and function.

4. Vitamin profile:
It includes one test parameter, i.e., 25-OH Vitamin D Total. Vitamin D helps our body to absorb calcium and maintaining strong bones. Good sources of Vitamin D are fish, egg, and dairy products. The main source of Vitamin D is sunlight. Our skin can produce vitamin D when it comes to sunlight. This test is performed to determine the level of vitamin D in the body. The average level of vitamin D should be 20-50 ng/ml.

People who are at risk of having low vitamin D:
1. People with obesity.
2. Older adults.
3. Babies who are breastfed only.
4. People who had gastric bypass surgery.

DIABETES
HbA1c

THYROID
TOTAL TRIIODOTHYRONINE (T3)
TOTAL THYROXINE (T4)
THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE (TSH)

TOXIC ELEMENTS
ARSENIC
BARIUM
CADMIUM
COBALT
CHROMIUM
CAESIUM
MERCURY
LEAD
SELENIUM

VITAMIN
25-OH VITAMIN D (TOTAL)

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