THYROGLOBULIN (TG) test in Kailashahar
Also known as tg tgb , thyroglobulin, serum or plasma .
Now in Rs 725
> Test type : Blood (SERUM) Sample Collection at home
> Pre-Test info: Fasting Not Required
> Test Report : Delivered within 12 Hrs
A Thyroglobulin Blood Test in Kailashahar measures the levels of thyroglobulin in your blood. The test is mostly used as a tumor marker test to help guide thyroid cancer treatment.
The goal of this test is to monitor the amount of formation of the thyroid cells. If the amount of cells is beyond a certain level, it is deemed to be negatively consequential to the health of an individual. The normal range is 3 to 40 nanograms per milliliter in a healthy individual. If a patient's thyroglobulin level is found to be increasing, then this suggests the possible present or future formation of a tumor, at which point, immediate consultation is required.
The abnormal rise in the levels can be traced through some common symptoms. If you observe any of these symptoms, kindly refer to a doctor in Kailashahar
• Abnormal Weight Gain
• Dry Skin
THYROGLOBULIN (TG) - Additional Info
Test Price : Rs. 725 ( Tax included )
- Fasting Not Required
- Sample Type - Blood (SERUM)
- Highly specific
- Affordable technique
- Fill the booking form
- Expert collect sample @ Home
- Get report in 24/48 hrs
- Serviceable City:Kailashahar
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Faqs for Thyroglobulin Test in Kailashahar
What is the price of a Thyroglobulin test in Kailashahar?
Generally, the test price is variable and it depends on the reputation, experience, and brand of the Pathology lab. Mediyaar offers the test at a best-discounted price which is mentioned at the top of the page.
Why is this test essential?
A thyroglobulin test is an essential test that needs to be conducted if you succumb to the symptoms of thyroid hormone dysfunction such as abnormal weight gain and goiter. It is important to get the test done as it may well indicate if there is an augmentation of a tumor or the possibility of cancer in the patient.
How does the test work?
The test is initiated when a blood sample is acquired from the patient. After the sample is taken, it is sent for further tests that measure the amount of Tg in the blood sample. If the amount of formation of the Tg substance is higher than the normal levels, it is deemed to be a disorder like a thyroid, or even cancerous.
What happens if Thyroglobulin levels are high?
The normal levels are in the range of 3 to 40 nanograms per milliliter in a healthy individual. If your detectable levels are 5ug/L, there is a possibility of some normal thyroid or cancer tissue. If the range is on a rise without the rise in TSH, then there is a likely chance of thyroid cancer. Persistent levels indicate that there are still thyroid cells in the body.
What causes levels to rise?
Thyroglobulin is produced by both normal and cancerous thyroid cells. Thus, if your body has any cancer, the thyroid gland starts creating antibodies in response to the sudden threat. This, in turn, causes thyroid dysfunction, and can very possibly lead to the formation of a tumor in your body.
How to book Thyroglobulin blood test in Kailashahar ?
A wide range of path labs offers this particular test at various prices. Online home tests are available to book at mediyaar.com in Kailashahar. Simply fill up the form above & choose a date & time for sample collection. The report will be delivered to you in 24-48 Hrs.
How do you prepare for the test?
Any special preparation is not needed for a thyroglobulin test. But you may be asked to avoid taking certain vitamins or supplements. The test is initiated when a blood sample is acquired from the patient. After the sample is taken, it is sent for further tests that measure the amount of Tg in the blood sample. If the amount of formation of the Tg substance is higher than the normal levels, it is deemed to be a disorder like a thyroid, or even cancerous.
Who needs to take a Thyroglobulin blood test?
This test is often recommended to patients where the doctors observe symptoms of a thyroid disorder, including thyroiditis inflammation of the thyroid gland, or a goiter, or if tests to check blood levels of T3, T4, or TSH showed abnormalities.
What is the normal range for Thyroglobulin level?
The normal levels are in the range of 3 to 40 nanograms per milliliter in a healthy individual. If your detectable levels are 5ug/L, there is a possibility of some normal thyroid or cancer tissue.