Do not consume anything other than water for 8 - 10 hours before the test.
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10-12 hrs fasting is mandatory for Aarogyam 1.7 package
Fasting for a test means not eating or drinking anything, except plain water, for at least 10-12 hours before blood collection for the test.
You should receive your Aarogyam 1.7 result as early as 12 hours after sample collection
Full body checkup is an imperative step for the prevention or early detection of potential illnesses. Aarogyam packages are smartly designed comprehensive health checkup packages. They have always proved to be the best option to vigilantly monitor health conditions which in turn saves money and hassle on extensive treatments and surgeries that might be required in case of late diagnosis.
It is recommended to go for a full-body checkup at least once a year to know about health conditions and abnormalities or diseases.
The Aarogyam 1.7 package requires only blood sample.
Yes, you can get this test at the comfort of your home. We provide home sample collection facilities in selected cities. If home collection is not possible, you can locate our nearest collection centre on google maps
You might feel a sting while the needle is inserted to draw blood. On rare occasions after blood collection, the site might become irritated, turn reddish, or swell.