Water hydrates your veins. Hydrated veins are easier to find. And that means
easier to draw from. Drink plenty of water before having any blood test.
When your healthcare professional orders blood drawn for testing, and the
physician instructs you to fast before the test, the first thing many people want to
Before a fasting blood test, a patient may only consume water and must abstain
from any other foods or liquids, according to Quest Diagnostics. Fasting is ...
This means no food or drink (besides water) can be taken by the person for 8-12
hours before the test (including chewing gum and even breath mints!)
Drink plenty of water before your blood test. This helps keep your blood pressure
from dropping. The leading cause of fainting and dizziness during a blood test ...
Aug 16, 2013 ... High blood cholesterol was recognized as a major risk factor in the development
of heart disease in the 1960s. Since then, doctors have ...
That's why a fasting blood test usually requires that you avoid all food and drinks
except water for 12 hours before your screening. It's also advised that you avoid ...
Many tests, such as a blood test to measure cholesterol, require that a person
stop eating, drinking, and taking medicine for a certain amount of time before the
test. ... Try to drink about 10 to 12 cups of water or other sugar-free, caffeine-free ...
Do not eat or drink anything (except water) for at least 8 hours before you go to
the laboratory to have your blood taken. If your physician has ordered lipid tests,
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Jan 8, 2014 ... The healthcare individual who arranges your blood test will cert... ... be instructed
not to eat or consume (apart from water) before your test.