How often to take tests?
Any painful changes in the body canto reveal on the basis of results of analyzes. How often should I take tests to diagnose the disease in time? It depends on the age, the presence of chronic diseases and general health.
How often should I take tests for children
Each clinic sets its own rulesdelivery of analyzes for infants for preventive purposes: 1 time in 3 or 6 months. These terms should be clarified by the district pediatrician. The procedure for taking tests must be prescribed before vaccination of the child and, of course, with infectious or inflammatory diseases. Stool analysis is given in case of symptoms of gastrointestinal complaints (frequent regurgitation, tummy, diarrhea, or constipation).
If a child develops without pathologies, he has a normal appetite and a dream, after a year, tests can be taken once every six months - a year, including an analysis of stool for the presence of parasites.
Admission of analyzes by adults
Adult people with no symptomsmedical tests can be taken out once a year. In the case of chronic diseases, the frequency of the examinations is determined by the attending physician. Do not ignore and surrender of feces, because in addition to identifying parasitic diseases, this analysis can identify early in the liver, gallbladder, pancreas.
In the elderly, it is recommended to take tests 2 times a year, especially the blood test for sugar and cholesterol.