Tests For Muscle aches in Pune
A list of lab tests and other self-help tools for Muscle aches in Pune
What is Muscle aches
Sudden or ongoing pain in the muscles of the body.
List of Lab Tests For Muscle aches
How will these tests help?
The group of tests that your doctor has ordered will help them understand why you are having discomfort in your muscles. These tests will provide valuable information on what is causing your muscle pain and help determine the best way to treat your condition
The first group of tests includes the Creatine Kinase (CK) Test, Myoglobin Test and Liver Function Tests. These tests will help identify any abnormalities or inflammation in your muscles
They can also help determine if there is a problem with your liver that could be causing the muscle pain. The second group of tests includes the C-Reactive Protein Test, Antinuclear Antibody Test, Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate Test, Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone Test, Complete Blood Count Test, Vitamin D Test, and Rheumatoid Factor Test
These tests will help identify any underlying health conditions that could be causing your muscle aches and pains. They will also help identify any auto-immune issues that could be causing the pain
By evaluating the results of these tests, your doctor will have a better understanding of the cause of your muscle discomfort and the best way to treat it.
Book Tests for Muscle aches in Pune
Pathofast offers Tests for Muscle aches at our center in Manisha Terrace, Moledina Road, Pune, Camp, India
Our lab in Pune, is known for its exceptional hygiene, polite staff and quick reports
Our Pune Center, is located close to the railway station and the Swargate Central Bus Depot, as well as the new Metro Lines
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Self Test for Muscle aches
Answer the following 3 questions to know whether you should get yourself investigated further
List of symptoms associated with Muscle aches
The patient may have noticed that they are having difficulty moving around as they normally would, such as difficulty walking, climbing stairs, or carrying things.
The patient may have noticed that their muscles feel weak or that they tire easily when doing everyday activities.
The patient may have noticed that the muscles are sore or tender to the touch. They may have also noticed that the pain worsens with movement or activity.