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Meritus Medical Laboratory, Smithsburg

Meritus Medical Laboratory

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1125 Opal Ct, MD 217401125 Opal Ct
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Meritus Medical Laboratory

Meritus Medical Laboratory

11110 Medical Campus Rd, MD 2174211110 Medical Campus Rd
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Meritus Medical Laboratory

Meritus Medical Laboratory

324 E Antietam St, MD 21740324 E Antietam St
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Health Network Laboratories

Health Network Laboratories

465 Phoenix Dr, PA 17201465 Phoenix Dr
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520 E Baltimore St, MD 21787520 E Baltimore St
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Quest Diagnostics

Quest Diagnostics

151 Walkers Village Way, MD 21793151 Walkers Village Way
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Meritus Medical Laboratory, Williamsport

Meritus Medical Laboratory

307 E Potomac St, MD 21795307 E Potomac St
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Labcorp

161 Thomas Johnson Dr, MD 21702161 Thomas Johnson Dr
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Labcorp

110 Baughmans Ln, MD 21702110 Baughmans Ln
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Labcorp

610 Solarex Ct, MD 21703610 Solarex Ct
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Fastest Labs, Frederick

Fastest Labs

5950 Frederick Crossing Ln, MD 217045950 Frederick Crossing Ln
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Wellspan Lab Services

Wellspan Lab Services

1150 Carlisle St, PA 173311150 Carlisle St
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Labcorp

41 Magna Way, MD 2115741 Magna Way
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Labcorp

Labcorp

193 Stoner Ave, MD 21157193 Stoner Ave
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226 Washington Hts Med Ctr, MD 21157226 Washington Hts Med Ctr
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Diabetes Test FAQs

  • Who should get a diabetes test?

    The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends diabetes testing every three years for adults between the ages of 40 and 70 if they are overweight or obese. The American Diabetes Association recommends yearly diabetes screening for adults aged 45 years and older and for adults younger than 45 years with major diabetes risk factors. High blood pressure, a family history of diabetes, and being overweight or obese are some of the many risk factors for diabetes.

  • How do they test for diabetes?

    Diabetes can be diagnosed with a simple blood test. Many doctors use the A1C test or a private fasting plasma glucose (FPG) test to diagnose diabetes. The A1C test measures your average blood sugar level over the previous two or three months, and the FPG test measures your blood sugar level following an overnight fast. Results from the A1C test are available within minutes, while results from the FPG test are usually available within a few hours.

  • What is the blood test for diabetes?

    The A1C blood test and the fasting plasma glucose (FPG) test are the most widely used tests for diabetes. The A1C test is also known as the HbA1C test, hemoglobin A1C test, and glycated hemoglobin test. This test allows you to eat and drink before the test, though the FPG test requires you to fast for at least eight hours beforehand and limit yourself to sips of water until testing is complete.

  • How much does a diabetes test cost?

    Diabetes testing is covered by many health insurance plans. The best way to determine the cost of diabetes testing is to contact your insurance provider directly. Free diabetes screening may be offered by some pharmacies, health fairs, community centers, and large retailers that provide drugstore services. If you do not have health insurance, contact your doctor or local pharmacy for more information about the cost of diabetes testing.

  • Is a diabetes test covered by my insurance?

    Most health insurance providers cover the cost of diabetes testing and diagnosis. Contact your health insurance provider directly to learn more about your benefits and any costs related to diabetes testing. In the event your insurance plan does not cover diabetes testing, contact local pharmacies and drugstores in your area to ask about free or low-cost testing options.

  • Where can I get a diabetes test?

    Many primary care providers can perform diabetes testing. However, there may be some instances where your doctor refers you to a diabetes specialist called an endocrinologist. Diabetes testing is also commonly available at pharmacies, outpatient laboratories, health fairs, and community centers. Contact your healthcare provider directly to learn more about where to get an accurate and reliable diabetes test.

  • Can I get a same-day appointment for a diabetes test?

    Same-day diabetes testing is available at many walk-in clinics and urgent care facilities. Pharmacies and retail stores that sell over-the-counter medicines and prescription drugs may also offer same-day diabetes test services. Contact your healthcare provider or local walk-in clinics to learn more about options and costs related to same-day diabetes testing.

  • How can I book a diabetes test on Solv?

    Solv allows you to search for local healthcare providers in your area that offer diabetes testing. Type “diabetes test” into the search bar, enter your location, and specify when you’d like to have your appointment. Solv will then display a list of providers in your area along with their contact information so you can book an appointment right away.

  • Can I test myself for diabetes at home?

    Diabetes cannot be diagnosed by yourself at home, though you can check your blood sugar levels at home after you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes. Glucose test strips, glucose meters, and lancet devices are common blood glucose tests available for those diagnosed with diabetes. Make an appointment for a diabetes test with your healthcare provider if you think you may have this condition and want a proper diagnosis.

  • What type of doctor treats diabetes?

    Diabetes can usually be successfully treated and managed by a general physician. Some physicians may refer you to an endocrinologist, which is a doctor who specializes in disorders of the endocrine system including thyroid problems, infertility, and diabetes. Contact your healthcare provider directly to ask about available diabetes services and to find out whether you need a referral to an endocrinologist who specializes in treating this chronic disorder.

About Diabetes Test

Diabetes tests are used to diagnose prediabetes, type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, and gestational diabetes. There are several types of diabetes tests available, though the A1C test and FPG test are the most common diagnostic tests for diabetes.

Diabetes tests require drawing a small sample of your blood that is tested at the clinic or sent to a laboratory for further analysis. Test results are usually available within minutes or a few hours based on the type of test being used.

Adults who fall within a certain age group or meet risk factors for diabetes are usually recommended to undergo routine diabetes screening. Women who are pregnant are usually screened for gestational diabetes between weeks 24 and 28 of pregnancy to prevent potential complications, including preterm birth and hypoglycemia.

Anyone who meets diabetes risk factors should consider having a diabetes test. Common risk factors include a family history of diabetes, being overweight or obese, and having a low physical activity level.

The A1C and random blood sugar tests do not require you to fast beforehand. Your healthcare provider will draw a small sample of blood to measure your blood glucose levels. A reading of 5.6% or below from the A1C test indicates normal blood sugar levels, a reading of 5.7% to 6.4% indicates prediabetes, and a reading of 6.5% or above indicates diabetes. A reading of 200 mg/dL or above from the random blood sugar test indicates diabetes.

The FPG test and glucose tolerance test require you to do an overnight fast before your blood is drawn. A reading of 99 mg/dL or lower from the FPG test indicates normal blood sugar levels, a reading of 100 to 125 mg/dL indicates prediabetes, and a reading of 126 mg/dL or higher indicates diabetes. A reading of 140 mg/dL or lower from the glucose tolerance test indicates normal blood sugar levels, a reading between 140 and 199 mg/dL indicates prediabetes, and a reading of 200 mg/dL or higher indicates diabetes.

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