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    Labcorp - which test to get??

    I'm trying to book a Labcorp test and its clear as mud or Maybe I'm being silly. I remember someone suggesting to get a female hormone panel but is that normal? I'm just imaging them being like "your male" .

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    Re: Labcorp - which test to get??

    It doesn't matter..when you pay for it on the site it asks if you are female or male. Obviously check male...the test results will come back specified for males.

    The lab techs don't even know what you purchased...they grab a metabolic vial, a cbc vial, and estro/test vial and fill them.

    No biggie..

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    Re: Labcorp - which test to get??

    But yes get the female panel...its 59$....search for a coupon code..it will be about 51$ after

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    Labcorp - which test to get??

    I just booked labwork. Anyone done this? Do you just specify at draw?

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    Labcorp - which test to get??

    What should I have booked? Specimen drop off? Still not sure. I will have a look for a code cheers man.

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    Re: Labcorp - which test to get??

    Originally Posted by Onlythebestwilldo View Post
    I'm trying to book a Labcorp test and its clear as mud or Maybe I'm being silly. I remember someone suggesting to get a female hormone panel but is that normal? I'm just imaging them being like "your male" .
    You did not say which test you were wanting. For example if you want to know your Test level than the Hormone Panel for Females($59) is correct, and like Popeye said, you click male when paying, this way when the report is run it comes back with male ranges. If you're wanting to know your cholesterol, LDL and HDL, you'll need to run a Lipid Panel. If you're on GH, you'll need to run a Human Growth Hormone panel.
    Also, here's a discount code for 15% at checkout: t5ej9gd through the 31st

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    Re: Labcorp - which test to get??

    Yes....I apologize..I assumed female hormone panel...thanks Big

    Did you already purchase it...I've never "booked" anything

    What are you trying to test

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    Labcorp - which test to get??

    Cheers guys. Yea testing for Test and E mainly. RBC wouldn't go a miss either. I don't know what the hell I have booked then. I ain't payed for anything yet but have an appointment with that in a few days.

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    Re: Labcorp - which test to get??

    Did you get this? NO appointment necessary...if you haven't paid..try to follow this link

    http://www.privatemdlabs.com/lp/Fema...ne_Testing.php

    Ask any questions you got bro

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    Re: Labcorp - which test to get??

    ive never made an appointment, so I have no idea what youve clicked on. Ive always gone to LabCorp to have mine drawn.
    Let me give you the steps:
    -Find the Female hormane panel, add it to your cart
    -It will ask you to find a location nearest you, click on it
    -Pay for it, dont forget the code for discount
    -in a couple hours, possibly tomorrow morning, you'll get an email telling you that your good to go to your location to have it drawn.
    -walk in, sign in. they'll ask you "what are you here for" say Im here to have blood drawn, Here's my authorization number(which you'll get in the follow up email) she'll type it in the computer, and that's it..no insurance, no other questions.
    -the tech will drawn the required vials
    -go home and wait 1-2 days for your report via email

    Hope this clears it up

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    Labcorp - which test to get??

    Top notch. That clears it up I will cancel that and sort it out nice one guy.

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    Re: Labcorp - which test to get??

    When I visit the Labcorp website the home page asks 3 questions: I am a patient, I am a Health Care Provider, or I am an Insurer.

    The Patient option does not give an option to select a test panel and female hormone panel was not an available option in the I am a Health Care Provider section.

    Please tell what section you go to on Labcorp site and what number the female hormone panel is.

    Thank you.

    Originally Posted by IWannaGetBig View Post
    ive never made an appointment, so I have no idea what youve clicked on. Ive always gone to LabCorp to have mine drawn.
    Let me give you the steps:
    -Find the Female hormane panel, add it to your cart
    -It will ask you to find a location nearest you, click on it
    -Pay for it, dont forget the code for discount
    -in a couple hours, possibly tomorrow morning, you'll get an email telling you that your good to go to your location to have it drawn.
    -walk in, sign in. they'll ask you "what are you here for" say Im here to have blood drawn, Here's my authorization number(which you'll get in the follow up email) she'll type it in the computer, and that's it..no insurance, no other questions.
    -the tech will drawn the required vials
    -go home and wait 1-2 days for your report via email

    Hope this clears it up

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    Re: Labcorp - which test to get??

    Im not sure here because I am completely unfamiliar with the LabCorp site, but the site I order my tests from is privatemdlabs. You can select a Labcorp site to have the bloods drawn.

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    Re: Labcorp - which test to get??

    Originally Posted by transcend2007 View Post
    When I visit the Labcorp website the home page asks 3 questions: I am a patient, I am a Health Care Provider, or I am an Insurer.

    The Patient option does not give an option to select a test panel and female hormone panel was not an available option in the I am a Health Care Provider section.

    Please tell what section you go to on Labcorp site and what number the female hormone panel is.

    Thank you.
    http://www.privatemdlabs.com/lp/Fema...ne_Testing.php

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    Re: Labcorp - which test to get??

    The whole process could not be easier. Popeye's instructions are bang-on, and definitely will save you some money eg. the female panel. No appointment necessary and the lab techs, as mentioned, only verify that you correspond to the ID# which you'll receive as you pay for the tests on their website. The entire process (at the lab) takes less than 10 minutes and you typically get your results back in 48 hours.

    Strongly recommended if you are running any sort of AAS, even at TRT levels. I personally get bloodwork done 1x per quarter. For $59 you really can't argue the value.

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    Labcorp - which test to get??

    Just got mine all sorted. I just used the link above and discount code

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    Labcorp - which test to get??

    ...and the only thing I had a do different was call up and do it over the phone cause I was using a UK card and the system wouldn't accept me postcode. All good. Cheers for the help people.

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    Re: Labcorp - which test to get??

    Originally Posted by Onlythebestwilldo View Post
    ...and the only thing I had a do different was call up and do it over the phone cause I was using a UK card and the system wouldn't accept me postcode. All good. Cheers for the help people.
    Good luck, Mate! Post-up your results when you get them if you have any questions!

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