Avail TSH Test in Gurgaon through the MFine app. You can book your Thyroid Stimulating Hormone test from reputed lab partners of MFine and get samples collected from your doorstep. Post sample collection, the test reports will be available for download within the next 48 hours. TSH Test is usually recommended to monitor the overall health and identify conditions like hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, thyroid cancers etc. view less
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What's the process to book a TSH blood test in Gurgaon?
You can book a TSH test in Gurgaon using the Mfine mobile app on your device or by visiting our website.
Log in to the app and select Gurgaon as your preferred location.
Select a lab partner, add an address and book a time slot for sample collection.
A certified lab technician assigned to you will collect the blood sample at the appointed time.
Your blood report will be updated on the mobile app within the next 48 - 72 hours.
Why To Book
To detect thyroid diseases such as hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, thyroid cancer, Goitres, Grave's disease or Hashimoto's thyroiditis
To monitor treatment and medications for thyroid diseases.
You can avail TSH blood tests all from the comfort of your home using the Mfine mobile app. It's best advised to get yourself tested at least once a year to keep you in good health and avoid any health complications.
TSH blood test measures the levels of TSH, T3 and T4 hormones.
TSH regulates the production of T3 and T4. When enough TSH is produced in our bodies, T3 signals the pituitary gland to stop producing TSH.
You do not need any special preparation for a thyroid blood test. The timing of the test is more important and is preferred in the mornings.
What happens to your sample?
The blood sample is analyzed by one of our certified Lab Technicians for any abnormalities if any. Your test report will be updated on the Mfine app within 48 - 72 hours after blood sample collection.
What do abnormal results indicate?
Higher than normal levels of TSH indicate hypothyroidism.
Lower than normal levels of TSH indicate hyperthyroidism.
Abnormal levels of TSH, T3 and T4 can also be because of thyroid cancer, goitre, Grave's disease, Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Therefore, it's best to consult your doctor if there are any abnormalities in your test results.
It would help if you keep your doctor informed about your past medical history and medications.
Fasting is not mandated for a TSH blood test. Your TSH levels vary through the time of the day and eating habits. Therefore the key here is to get tested at the same time of the day, in the same manner (fasting/non-fasting) and at the same lab for an accurate reflection of your thyroid.
Should the TSH test be done on an empty stomach?
Fasting is not mandated for a thyroid test. The timing of the test is more important than the meal and is preferred in the morning.
How many hours of fasting is required for a thyroid test
Fasting is not required for a TSH blood test. The timing of the blood test is more important than the meal. Therefore, your doctor usually asks you to provide your blood sample in the mornings.
What is the best time for a TSH test?
The timing of the test is very important and is usually preferred in the morning.
Can stress affect TSH levels?
Stress directly does not affect thyroid functioning. But when you are stressed, your body secretes cortisol, also called stress hormones, which affects the pituitary gland leading to abnormalities in TSH production.
Can fasting affect TSH levels?
Your TSH levels vary through the time of the day and eating habits. Therefore the key here is to get tested for thyroid at the same time of the day, in the same manner (fasting/non - fasting) and at the same lab for consistency and accuracy of your test results.