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Total Proteins Test

Also Known as: Total Proteins Serum Test, Serum Proteins Test
Total Protein
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₹ 250



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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

A total proteins test is a blood test that measures the amount of all the proteins in your blood. This includes both the proteins that are made by your liver and the proteins that are transported in your blood.

Total Proteins Test is used to diagnose diseases like cancer, heart disease, stroke, and Alzheimer's disease.

If you are experiencing symptoms such as fatigue, muscle weakness, or weight loss, your doctor may order a total proteins test.

The total proteins test is usually ordered as part of a complete metabolic panel (CMP) or a basic metabolic panel (BMP). These panels are used to assess your overall health and check for any abnormalities in your metabolism.

The normal range of the Total Proteins Test is usually between 6 to 8 g/dL. This test measures the total amount of protein in your blood.

There are a few things you can do to lower your total protein test level.

  • First, make sure you are drinking plenty of fluids. This will help your body to flush out excess proteins.
  • Second, avoid foods that are high in proteins. This includes red meat, cheese, and nuts. Instead, focus on eating lean protein sources such as chicken and fish.
  • Finally, exercise regularly. This will help your body to use proteins more efficiently and lower your total protein test level over time.

The Total Proteins Test is considered safe and risk-free.

There are a few things you should do to prepare for your Total Proteins test.

  • First, you should fast for at least 8 hours before the test. This means no food or drink, not even water.
  • Second, you should avoid taking any medications or supplements that can affect protein levels in your blood.
  • Finally, be sure to tell your doctor about any medical conditions you have and any medications you are taking.

Yes, fasting is required for the Total Proteins Test.

Yes, home sample collection is available for the Total Protein Test. One can opt for home collection while booking a test through Max Lab.

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