Cos Health Screener: Everything You Need to Know
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What is a cos health screener?
A cos health screener is a blood test that can detect the presence of different types of cancer cells. The test is recommended by doctors for people who are at high risk for developing cancer because they have a family history of the disease, have been exposed to substances that are known carcinogens, or have undergone radiation treatment. It is also used as an early detection method for some cancers.
When should you get it?
Doctors recommend getting the exam if you have one of the above risk factors or if you would like to start screening for cancer before symptoms arise. How often should I get screened? Women between the ages of 25 and 75 are advised to be screened every two years and men over 45 years old should be screened every year. When will my results be ready? Results may take up to two weeks to process so plan accordingly!
How does it work?
The Cos Wellness Screeners are a series of questions that can assess your health and wellness. The screener is not intended to diagnose any condition, but it can help you detect symptoms of an existing condition. Cos Medical Partners will then follow up with you for more information about the screening results and what next steps may be appropriate for you.
For example, if you screened positive for high blood pressure, our providers will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan that addresses your risk factors as well as provides education about healthy living. Additionally, there’s no need to visit a doctor or fill out the paperwork; just answer the 10-question online screener
What are the benefits?
The benefits of the cos health screener are its ease of use and fast turnaround time. It’s a great way to stay on top of your health, with no fuss. The test is also affordable, which is important for those who need regular screenings as part of their treatment plan. There are no pre-existing conditions for taking. The test and it can be taken any time during pregnancy or at any point in your life if you’re over 50 years old.
When should I take the test?: One of the best times to take this test is just before delivery. If you’ve been pregnant before, it would make sense to screen yourself again now that you’re pregnant again.
Are there any risks?
There are no risks associated with the test itself, but there are a few potential side effects that could be caused by receiving your results. These include anxiety, depression, and suicidal thoughts. If you are at risk of any of these reactions, it is best to consult a mental health professional for guidance before getting the test.
Other side effects may include false positives or false negatives. In other words, someone who tests positive on the screening may not actually have cancer. While someone who tests negative may have cancer. False positives will most likely occur in women under age 50. Because breast tissue changes as we age which can result in abnormal test readings. False negatives can happen because malignant cells might not release enough protein into the blood to trigger detection from this type of screener.
How do I get started?
The Cos health screener is a great place for you to start in order to learn about your health and make sure that you’re taking care of yourself. It’s also a great way for you to start getting familiar with the most important parts of your body and how they function. When should I take it?: When would be a good time?
Once I’ve done the exam, what happens next?: Once you’ve completed the exam, there are two things that can happen:
- Your results come back as normal, meaning all of your levels were within an acceptable range; in this case. We recommend checking back in 6 months to see if anything has changed. If something does change, please contact us immediately.
- Your results came back showing that one or more of your levels was outside of an acceptable range;
- In this case, it will depend on the level that was out of whack: if it’s something like a vitamin D level (which might indicate you need more sun). Then we’ll offer suggestions for ways to improve your level naturally.
For example, we may tell you to switch from cow’s milk to almond milk. And start eating foods rich in Vitamin D such as fortified cereal. But if it’s something more serious, like high blood pressure (which could lead to stroke) then we’ll prescribe medication that will help lower. your blood pressure and keep you healthy. We always want our patients to get back to feeling their best so they can live life without any restrictions!
That’s it! These are the basics of what you need to know about cos health screenings. The most important thing is that it’s never too late to get screened, even if you think you’re healthy. Remember, the only way we can find out if something is wrong is by getting teste for it. So take a few minutes today and do your own cos health screening!
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