How to Get a Thyroid Panel in Nashville, TN

Your health is extremely important, and you may not always be aware that there may be something wrong with your body. Therefore, it is wise to get tested for certain diseases or disorders. In this case, getting your thyroid checked is just as important. 

What is the purpose of your thyroid?

Your thyroid is a small gland in your throat. It’s responsible for controlling how your energy is used, and it also manages your metabolism. If your thyroid isn’t working properly, it can lead to various problems.

How does my thyroid regulate energy?

Your thyroid balances out your energy by making hormones called thyroxine and triiodothyronine. When functioning normally, the energy made and used is in sync. Your metabolism is also responsible for managing the measurement of energy burned and how fast it burns.

Understanding what a thyroid panel is

A thyroid panel is a blood test that searches for potential problems that may or may not appear in your thyroid. If your thyroid levels seem to be unbalanced, this means that a problem with your thyroid needs to be addressed. It is encouraged for you to get tested if you notice any changes in your weight.

Do I have the option to get this test at home?

A medical professional can certainly come to you if you may feel stressed out about waiting at a clinic to get tested.

Though it may feel like an inconvenience to get your thyroid levels checked, it will benefit you just in case of a problem. 

Schedule your at Home Thyroid Test in Nashville with Driphydration

Drip Hydration can help you determine if your thyroid is functioning properly with in-home tests in Nashville. One of our medical professionals will visit your home to collect samples for testing and consult with you to help you understand your results. Give us a call or make an appointment by clicking the button below!

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