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21 Health Tests Every Woman Must Take in Her 40s

21 Health Tests Every Woman Must Take in Her 40s

Being a woman is not easy as one spends most of the time thinking about her family, money, career and health of her loved ones. While she is busy taking care of others, she totally forgets about her own health which becomes a reason for most of the diseases. The age of 40+ is usually considered as an age of midlife where specially women deal with extreme mental and physical stress related to their career and family coupled with hormonal changes that the body goes through. This is the reason a full body health checkup must be done by every woman on a yearly basis so that they are aware of their health status.

So, if you are a woman in your 40s, you must take a full body medical checkup that will include below 20 tests to identify if anything is wrong in your body. Nephromed Medical Center has various health checkup options for women at all age & helps you to lead a healthy life.

  1. Complete Blood Count– To check the amount of RBC, WBC and platelets in the blood.
  2. Chest X-Ray– To analyse abnormalities related to lungs, heart and bones
  3. Blood sugar Fasting– To check the sugar level in your body on empty stomach
  4. Urine routine test– To check abnormalities related to,kidneys and liver and also determine if there is Urinary Tract Infections
  5. Blood Sugar Post Prandial-To check the sugar level in your body after meals.
  6. HBA1C – To check three months sugar levels.
  7. Blood Urea Nitrogen– To check whether your kidneys are able to remove urea from the blood normally
  8. Ultrasound of the abdomen– To analyse abnormalities related to liver, kidneys, gallbladder and bile ducts
  9. Lipid Profile– To check the levels of Cholesterol and Triglycerides in your body
  10. Serum Creatinine– To check the functions of kidneys by measuring the level of creatinine in blood
  11. SGPT– To identify if any injury has happened to your liver. High level of these enzymes indicate and injured or irritated liver
  12. SGOT-To identify your liver health by analysing the damage done to the liver cells
  13. TSH– To determine the level of Thyroid hormone in your body
  14. ECG– To identify abnormal heart rhythms and blocked or narrowed arteries in your heart
  15. Serum Calcium– To measure the amount of calcium in the blood
  16. Physical Examination– To check for any visual abnormality in the body
  17. Pap Smear– To screen for cervical cancer.
  18. Breast Ultrasound: To check if the is any lump or growth ( part of early detection of cancer if any)
  19. Stool Routine– To help diagnose conditions affecting the digestive tract.
  20. Vitamin- D levels– To check the levels of Vitamin D in your body as lower values could be due to bone malformation, abnormal metabolism or bone weakness.
  21. Gynecologist consultation– After conducting the full body health test, the reports must be shown to your gynecologists so that they can prescribe medicines or give advice based on your reports.


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