Why labcorp or Quest could be wrong with your blood reports.

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Vision
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Why labcorp or Quest could be wrong with your blood reports.

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Why labcorp or Quest could be wrong with your blood reports. Yet people assume it's their products or protocol that has failed them.
For some time now most of us have placed our trust into pulling blood work as the "gold standard" for confidence with our products that one has received from whatever source they may have used, even script Testosterone while being under the assumption that these labs along with the technicians are well rounded and up to date with the latest information and sophistication with technology and research and development, even with sensitive essays. The reference range charts that supposedly outline and represent your blood values could be wrong?!?!

This could be hard to imagine especially with the speed and rate with research and development for hormone treatments and protocols that have been strongly employed in most recent times for therapeutic treatments as alternative options compared to MD general practitioners or even occasionally "endocrinologists" that may mistreat patients unintentionally.
To add insult to injury, sometimes prescribing antidepressants or other medications for men/women suffering from some of the following symptoms because blood work was not accurate.
The symptoms -
reduced sex drive, sexual dysfunction, or erectile dysfunction
Whole body: fatigue or hot flashes
Muscular: muscle weakness or loss of muscle
Also common: absence of menstruation, delayed puberty, depression, infertility, irritability, mood swings, pot belly, or weight gain,Reduced erectile function, Loss of body hair, Less beard growth, Loss of lean muscle mass, Feeling very tired all the time (fatigue), Obesity (being overweight) and most of all - Symptoms of depression.

Hormonal and adrenal dysfunctions are real and should be treated accordingly. However, are your bloods results truly telling you an accurate description of the current snap-shot that is going on?

Let's take a look and listen to this video below, while keeping an open mind with considering screw ups in lab work, lack of updates and so on. To support this, many of us have seen cross re-activity and false positives and at times completely skewed numbers that would be very unlikely to be accurate or genuine results .
Examples -
I've personally have had hormonal cross re-activity displaying 4000pg/mL with E2.
I've also seen extremely low levels of testosterone while using Script test or even UGL, and what appeared to be supraphysiological doses of testosterone coming back with a score greater than 3k ng/dl while using 200-250mg of testosterone enanthate.

This video is simply for educational purposes with the intent to strongly encourage users to research. Because some of your numbers can be very misleading. A sensitive blood test should usually be accurate, bear in mind there can be room for error therefore always retest if you have questions or concerns. Do your research and know how different labs use different testing methods and value readings.
Most of all don't trust just one source for its information based on global reputation, research other facilities and literature.

Above is simply my thoughts on the topic.

Regards,
Vision

Credits to Chris Deoudes for the video content


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I saw the labcorp vid and now this. WTF ?
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Anything run by humans is subject to error. Even computers/machines are subject to error. Nothing is fool proof, nothing is flawless. Something as simple as how they store the blood samples, how much sample is used for the test, the control agents, pushing the wrong damn button, putting the wrong damn label, using the wrong damn test, etc. These are just several of a bazillion examples of things that could get fucked up causing errors in your test results.

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Jozifp103 wrote:
Mon Aug 03, 2020 12:33 pm
Anything run by humans is subject to error. Even computers/machines are subject to error. Nothing is fool proof, nothing is flawless. Something as simple as how they store the blood samples, how much sample is used for the test, the control agents, pushing the wrong damn button, putting the wrong damn label, using the wrong damn test, etc. These are just several of a bazillion examples of things that could get fucked up causing errors in your test results.
exactly.. well said man!!!!
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