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Do any states require a blood test for aids before marriage?
Blood tests are not required to obtain a marriage license in California. Both parties need to apply together at a county clerk's office with valid photo ID. If you have been …married before, you will need to know the date it ended and how it ended. Some counties may require a copy of the final judgment if your previous marriage ended by dissolution or nullity. Marriage licenses are valid for 90 days from the date of issuance.
i am a nam vet,so i go to the clinic about every two months for blood work,they ask if i had anything too eat or drink?my asnwer is always the same,yes i had a cup of coffee,t…he tech's do not seem too mind as long as you drink it black,no sugar,no cream,no nothing,just black so maybe this answer can be improved on,but my people do not seem too mind,remember just black.o.k.?
Users have said:No seems to be the answer. My solution to this is to drink hot water from my coffee mug. It really helps your craving for coffee and hydrates you as well.No. T…he most common blood tests done that require fasting are lipids (cholesterol, LDL, HDL and Triglycerides) and fasting blood sugar (note, glycohemoglobin does not require fasting). Of these, the blood sugar and triglycerides are the most variable. They are affected mostly by sugar intake. It is very important to stay hydrated before a fasting blood test so that your blood and urine do not falsely indicate your kidneys are malfunctioning. Although water is best, caffeine has not significantly affected the blood tests of my patient population.Depends on the test, and if it's a fasting test, but Generally speaking no, caffeine affects liver function and releases hormones from your adrenal glands, even decaf has caffeine in it. No, if you ingest anything other than water the results will be inaccurate. Some people believe that black coffee will not have an affect on glucose, however the caffeine alone has an impact on the pancreas which in turn effects insulin, which effects glucose. I am going for a blood test tomorrow morning (consisting of a whole range of sub-tests including cholesterol, thyroid, etc.). My instructions were 12 hours of fasting including all solids and liquids BESIDES water as well as black coffee in the morning...so YES you may have BLACK coffee. Cream and sugar obviously affect results. No, just clear liquids. Hit up the tea if your desperate for caffeine Generally, no. You should try to drink only water. It depends on the test your having done. If you drink black coffee, with no additives, you can still have fasting labs done. However, coffee will increase your blood pressure and affect some tests .... especially a CRP.Your paying for these tests. I would recommend no coffee 10-12 hours prior if your not sure. The best method is to call the laboratory. It is best if you were not to have anything to eat or drink before having bloodwork done or any test as such because the coffee might change the result of the test in some way, maybe water is fine though. Yes. You are only supposed to drink water.
Depends on what type of blood test you take. Regular blood tests do not show AIDS, unless you ask for the facility to look for it. If you have a blood test done for, as an exa…mple, being a blood donor, then they will look for AIDS
for fasting blood sugar 7 or 8 hours sufficient. for random or ppbs there is no need for fasting.
So the food doesn't affect your blood in any way (it can raise or lower your normal blood sugar levels).
It depends upon the requirements set by the country, county and state that you are applying for a license in. In some places it is required.
for lipid profile require fasting blood sample (atleast 12-14hrs). fasting blood glucose. etc. etc.
To check diabetic profile
If you go to a gynocologist, they can tell you in a few minutes. Otherwise, if she does have sex, her hymen will break and she will bleed, which shows that nothing has penetra…ted it in the past. Or you could just ask her...
I'm guessing just incase there is any known or unknow disease or virus that you may or may not be aware of that could be transmitted to your partner. But like I said I'm just …guessing It also might be to make sure you're not related to the person so you don't commit incest and have children who are mentally disabled.
for checking blood sugar level.. otherwise also called diabetic test
Only a handful of states still require a blood test for couples planning on marrying. Premarital blood tests check both partners for venereal disease or rubella. The tests… may also disclose the presence of genetic disorders such as sickle-cell anemia or Tay-Sachs disease