Your reminder for your annual full body check-up is here

Don’t worry we make it easier with at-home collection, a smart report and with an expert consult included

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Here’s why you should get tested:

Here’s why you should get tested:

What all are included?

  • Complete Blood Count (24 tests)
  • Liver Function (11 tests)
  • Thyroid Profile (T3 – T4 – TSH)
  • Kidney Function (5 tests)
  • Testosterone
  • Iron deficiency (3 tests)
  • Lipid Profile (Heart) (8 tests)
  • Diabetes screening (blood sugar, HbA1c)
  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin B12
  • 30-min gynaecologist consultation

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What’s the process?
Book your appointment
Come to our clinic for testing.
Get your smart report
Get your expert consult
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Frequently asked questions.

With Proactive For Her, you get a Smart report to help you really understand your test results and take actionable steps to get healthier! You also get a detailed consultation with a specialist to help resolve any health concerns and make appropriate lifestyle changes.

Yes, our physician will not only give you insights into the report but will also help you take the necessary steps to achieve your health goals.

Full body testing or check up is a complete health checkup of the entire body with the help of a blood sample. Our health check up package checks the heart & cholesterol levels, liver, kidneys, blood sugar, vitamin levels, complete blood count levels and other important parameters.

A whole body checkup is done by most people only at the time of any minor or major medical emergency. However, a periodic complete body checkup should be done at least once a year, so as to ensure that you are keeping yourself immune to and avoiding any forthcoming medical issues.

You can easily check the serviceability of the home sample collection by entering the pin code.

Our comprehensive full-body testing can be done with blood samples alone. You can get results for 73+ tests and understand your body better.

Yes, food and fluid are broken down into smaller molecules in our stomach which are later absorbed by the blood. This can alter the level of a certain substance in the blood like sugar, iron, and cholesterol. Therefore, 8 to 10 hours of fasting with the allowance for water consumption is required for accurate results.

A full-body test can help you identify early signs of disease or illness before they cause any problems. A full body test will help you learn about Diabetes, Heart health, Kidney function, Cholesterol levels, liver functionality, etc. It can also help determine a person’s risk for developing certain diseases in the future.

Yes, full-body testing is recommended for people of all age groups. The earlier you start a full body check-up, the easier it is to detect abnormalities and take precautions accordingly.

Out of many tests that we offer, tests like lipid profile help you understand your heart health with parameters like LDL and HDL. These analyse levels of fats in your blood and can point out your risk of having a heart attack, stroke, or other heart diseases.

Yes, alcohol consumption a day before your testing will impact your lipid profile, liver profile, and a few other results. Please avoid alcohol consumption a day before the test.

Our physicians will help you enhance your vitamin D with dietary supplements and in most cases, your deranged levels come back to normal if you follow our physician’s guidelines promptly. You would be prescribed medications only if your levels are too low.

If your cholesterol levels are too high, our specialist will help you build a healthy lifestyle, prescribe medication if needed, and resolve your health concerns.

Yes! Our expert Nutritionists will customise a simple diet plan consisting of inexpensive, easily available food that’ll help you achieve your health goals easily.

No, it’s for everyone who wants to be cautious and proactive about their health.

  • Make sure you have not eaten anything at least 8 hours before your checkup.
  • Try to get a good sleep. Several studies indicate that lack of sleep can affect your test results.
  • Exercise or strenuous, physical activities are a big no before a full-body test.
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