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2030 Blue Grass Cir, Cheyenne, WY 820092030 Blue Grass Cir
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NextCare Urgent Care, Bluegrass - 2030 Blue Grass Cir, Cheyenne
Unfortunately ended up getting Rona which turned into a sinus infection and pneumonia! It was easy to schedule an appointment and was in and out in 30 minutes! The doctor was amazing, caring and funny and left with scripts sent to my pharmacy! This is always my go to for urgent care for myself and my family!


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4140 Laramie St, Cheyenne, WY 820014140 Laramie St
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NextCare Urgent Care, Cheyenne - 4140 Laramie St, Cheyenne
The doctor was amazing. Very gentle while examining my back injury. Very thorough and kind.
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7950 6th St, Wellington, CO 805497950 6th St
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BestMed Urgent Care, Wellington, CO - 7950 6th St
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Wyoming Urinalysis Tests

A urinalysis is a test that looks for chemicals in the urine that could suggest an ailment, disease, or infection. The majority of urine tests necessitate urinating into a sterile cup, which is subsequently sent to a lab for additional investigation. Depending on the ailment for which you are being tested, at-home urine tests may be offered.

A urine test may be used as part of a standard medical examination to detect or rule out disorders like diabetes, kidney disease, and urinary tract infections. It can also be used to confirm pregnancy or detect blood or kidney stones.

A urinalysis evaluates the color, odor, appearance, and acidity level of your urine, among other things. Your urine may also be tested for the presence of germs and bacteria, cells and crystals, and chemicals such as protein, glucose, and ketones that aren't normally found in urine but could signal a problem.

Urine tests normally don't require any preparation, although the urinalysis testing provider may inquire about any prescription or over-the-counter medications you're taking, as some of them may influence the color of your urine. The testing provider may also advise that you go to the lab or clinic early in the morning to do the test, which is what you should do.

You will be asked to deliver a tiny urine sample into a sterile cup for a urine test performed at a lab or clinic. To prevent microorganisms from contaminating the sample, your doctor or urinalysis testing provider may advise you to wash your vaginal area with mild soap and water before the test. Your urine sample will then be analyzed in a lab to see if there are any abnormalities that could suggest illness or disease.

Depending on the type of urine test taken, results can take anywhere from a few minutes to a few days to arrive. If required, your doctor or the urinalysis testing provider may contact you directly to discuss your results and treatment options.

Urinalysis FAQs

  • How much does a urine test cost in Wyoming?

    The cost of urine tests varies depending on a number of criteria, including the type of test, test provider rates, and your geographic region. A urine test may be less expensive for those whose health insurance policies cover it. To confirm the cost of urinalysis testing, contact the urinalysis provider directly, or check with your health insurance provider to see if they will cover the cost.

  • Does insurance cover urine testing in Wyoming?

    Many health insurance policies include urine testing, especially if your doctor deems it medically necessary based on your symptoms and health condition. To discover more about your plan's features and to confirm whether urine testing is covered, contact your health insurance provider directly. Prior to your consultation, some urinalysis providers may be able to check your insurance benefits.

  • What types of tests are done through urinalysis?

    There are various sorts of urine tests that can be used to screen for certain health issues and medical disorders. A glucose urine test, for example, can be used to diagnose and monitor diabetes, but a protein urine test is often used to detect renal illness. Urine tests for bilirubin, ketones, and red blood cells are just a few of the various types of urine tests that your doctor may request.

  • What can be detected through a urinalysis?

    A urinalysis is a test that looks for chemicals in the urine that could suggest the presence of a sickness, disease, or infection. Bacteria, blood, creatinine, nitrite, and white blood cells are just a few of the many things that urinalysis can identify. A urinalysis can also be used to confirm pregnancy by detecting elevated cholesterol levels, high crystal concentrations, urine acidity level (pH value), and urine acidity level (pH value).

  • How do I read urine test results?

    A visual examination, a microscope, or a dipstick—a thin, plastic strip that changes color when abnormalities are detected—can all be used to assess and interpret urine test findings. Urine test results are normally interpreted by a doctor or a lab technician in hospitals, clinics, and labs. The majority of at-home urine test kits sold by pharmacies and other providers come with thorough instructions on how to read and interpret the findings of your urine test.

  • How long does it take to get urine test results in Wyoming?

    Based on criteria such as the type of test, lab wait times, and the method used to interpret data, urine test results could be available in minutes or several days. Dipstick urine tests used to diagnose pregnancy, for example, frequently give findings in a matter of minutes. The urinalysis testing company can provide you a more precise estimate of when you should expect your findings.

  • Where should I get a urinalysis in Wyoming?

    A primary care physician, walk-in laboratory, or hospital can perform a urinalysis. Some urine tests can be done at home in the comfort of your own home. In most circumstances, your doctor can do a urinalysis for you or send you to a lab or clinic that can. Inquire with your doctor about where you can obtain a urinalysis, or use Solv to find top-rated urinalysis providers in your region and schedule a same-day appointment.

  • How accurate are urine tests in Wyoming?

    As long as the urine sample is taken midstream, urine tests have a high accuracy rate. Urinating for a few seconds, pausing mid-flow, and then collecting the leftover pee in a sterile test cup is how you collect a urine sample midstream. This method of collecting urine helps to avoid bacterial contamination, which can lead to erroneous test findings. Furthermore, washing the vaginal area before providing a urine sample will assist you prevent receiving incorrect test results.

  • How can I book a urine test through Solv?

    Solv makes it simple to schedule a urine test in minutes. Type "urinalysis" into the "What" area on our Home page, then your location into the "Where" field. Solv will present you with a list of highly rated urinalysis providers in your area. After selecting a provider, use the contact information given to call the provider and schedule an appointment. Many of the urinalysis providers listed on Solv offer same-day appointments.

  • Can I do at-home urine testing?

    If you use a dipstick test, at-home urine testing may be an option for you. Dipstick tests for pregnancy, urinary tract infection, and drug presence are examples of urine tests you can perform at home. Inquire with your doctor about at-home urine testing and whether it is a possibility for you based on your specific health circumstances. Your doctor may also suggest the best at-home urine tests for obtaining reliable results.


Solv has strict sourcing guidelines and relies on peer-reviewed studies, academic research institutions, and medical associations. We avoid using tertiary references.

  1. MedlinePlus. Urinalysis
  2. National Library of Medicine. Understanding urine tests
  3. MedlinePlus. Urinalysis

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