Check-up in Cancer Diagnosis

Move ahead of illnesses with our Check-up Programs, don’t be late…

Although we all know that we should have check-up at regular intervals, we all have a tendency to delay it due to reasons whatsoever. Being ignored due to reasons, such as lack of time and cost, or groundless thoughts such as “nothing will happen to me, the check-up programs should be considered as an investment to our health and future.

Problems faced during daily routines may be a sign of a future health problem. You can add years to your lifetime just by sparing a couple of hours for yourself. Check-up once a year will clarify underlying cause of your health problems and thus, you can receive treatment.

Check-up programs can diagnose many diseases in early stages with the help of advanced imaging techniques and laboratory tests and thus, diseases with potential progression can be eliminated.

What is Check-Up?

“Check-up”, also mentioned as “Personal Health Screening” or “Periodic General Health Check”, is a health screening that everyone needs to have regularly at 1-year intervals, irrespective of presence of a medical condition; the program intends protecting health, diagnosing risks of diseases early in order to start treatment timely.

Why one should have a Check-up?

The purpose of having a check-up is to take precautions before one is caught by a disease and to keep the person healthy.

If check-up is delayed due to busy work schedules and lack of time, many factors that pose threat to the health will be ignored.  Therefore, potential health risks that develop insidiously can be prevented by sparing a couple of hours once a year.

What should be considered before having a check-up?

Please bring prior test reports.

You should absolutely be hungry. Avoid eating after 12.00 AM in the previous night (you may only drink reasonable amount of water).

Do not consume alcohol starting 24 hours beforehand.

If you are pregnant or have suspicious pregnancy, inform your physician.

If you have any medication that needs to be taken before meal, skip them in the check-up day.

Females should not have a period (menstruation) in the check-up day.

Consult your physician for the medications that need to be stopped in advance.

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