Ok, so I am due to go for my yearly blood work (or so they tell me I supposed to have done).
I made an appt with my low cost clinic to go in but she asked me whether or not I was supposed to see the dr. or not and I wasn’t sure so I think I am just scheduled for them to draw blood and than maybe I go in to discuss the results after??
I was wondering how everyone elses usually goes. This is my first year doing this except for the initial blood work they did on me which was for liver, kidneys, c-peptide and A1C (might have been some other stuff too but I cant remember).
Anyhow, I am a Type 2 (well a Type “Weird” really but…) and I have been on Met for a year. What would they normally check for one these yearly blood panel? I would definately like the c-peptide checked for sure and I am guessing liver since Met works on the liver.
Btw, this is NOT an endo (can’t afford that - no insurance) just a clinic appt. Of course, the chick making the appts is always clueless (and sort of rude) but just want to make sure I get the right stuff checked.
What is normal to have tested every year that is most important?