Avail Urine Test in Delhi through the MFine app. You can book your Urine 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. A Urine Test is usually recommended to help diagnose diabetes, kidney disease, UTI and dehydration. view less
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How to avail Urine Test in Delhi?
On the MFine app, select Delhi in the city column and urine test in lab tests.
Select the lab partner from where you want the test to be conducted.
An authorised lab technician will be assigned for the collection of the sample.
The lab technician will arrive at your address at the given time slot.
Once the sample is collected, it will be sent to the lab for further processing.
The test report will be available on the MFine app for download.
You can have an online consultation with our doctor for further understanding of the report.
Why book Urine Test in Delhi?
It is a part of routine health check-ups.
To detect any urinary tract infections, kidney issues, liver diseases, etc.
It is done as precautionary screening during the pregnancy.
The test will be examined on different bases such as colour, appearance, bilirubin level, presence of blood in urine, protein, concentration or specific gravity of urine, change in pH levels, and the presence of sugar.
Urine Test Preparation
For the collection of the urine sample, use a sterile container. Only one or two ounces of urine sample should be collected. While collecting the sample, let a small stream of urine pass away and then take the sample. It is usually the first-morning urine sample that needs to be collected as it will be more concentrated. Try avoiding a direct touch with the skin. Also, make sure to clean the genitals well before the collection.
What happens to your Sample?
Once the sample is collected by the lab technician, it will be delivered to the lab of your choice for further analysis.
What do Urine abnormal results indicate?
If the result is abnormal, do consult the doctor for interpreting the urine test. Please avoid self-diagnosis on the test report.
Precautionary requisites for Urine Test
There are no special precautions that need to be taken.
The most common and simple urine test is urinalysis. In this test, the urine sample will be tested for the signs of infections or for the presence of bacteria and white blood cells.
Who should take the urine test?
A urine test becomes a part of your routine tests if you are undergoing any surgery or pregnant. If you show any symptoms of diabetes or experience a burning sensation while urinating, then you will be asked for a urine test. Other cases of undergoing the urine test is when there is abdominal pain, backache, or blood in the urine.
Is fasting required for a urine test?
If only a urine test needs to be done, then there is no requirement for fasting. However, if there are other tests involved along with the urine test, then 8-10 hours of fasting is required to get an accurate result.
When will be the medical results for a urine test be available?
The medical reports for a urine test will be available after the complete analysis of the test sample. It may take 48-72 hours for the results to be available on the MFine app. After downloading the test report, consult the doctor for understanding the health condition.
What should be avoided before a urine test?
Before the urine test, avoid foods that can change the colour of your urine. Some of the examples of foods that can change the colour of the urine are beets, blackberries, and rhubarb. Try avoiding heavy exercise. Keep your doctor informed about your medications.
Do I need a doctor’s prescription for a urine test?
No, you do not need a doctor’s prescription for a urine test. After receiving the test report consults the doctor for a better interpretation of the test results.