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www.questdiagnostics.com/home/patients/prepare-for-test/fasting.html

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.

www.onemedical.com/blog/live-well/blood-draw-faq

Jan 17, 2014 ... Your provider just ordered blood work and you're gearing up to get it done. ... Drink extra water beginning the day before your blood draw to ...

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Mar 4, 2016 ... Now, I am told I cannot drink water for this lipid test. ... and only drink water for 9 to 12 hours before having blood cholesterol tests (lipid profile).

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It's fine to drink water before a blood test, unless you're instructed otherwise by your doctor. This is different from some surgical procedures ...

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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 know ...

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You can eat and drink as normal before some blood tests. In other cases, you will be instructed not to eat or drink (other than water) before your test. This is ...

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Jul 6, 2016 ... Your doctor says you need to fast before some blood tests. ... Fasting means you don't eat or drink anything but water usually for 8 to 12 hours ...

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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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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 ...