Lab Test Information

What Test Am I Buying?

-T3 Total

Why Do I Need These?

T3 Total
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Most of the T3 in your body binds to protein. The T3 that doesn’t bind to protein is called free T3 and circulates unbound in your blood. The most common kind of T3 test, known as the T3 total test, measures both kinds of T3 in your blood.

By measuring the total amount of T3 in your blood, your doctor may be able to determine if you have a thyroid problem.

Symptoms such as Hyperthyroidism (Too much thyroid hormone being made) Hypopituitarism (pituitary gland underproduces hormones) or Primary and Secondary Hypothyroidism (Thyroid producing abnormal amounts of thyroid hormones)

Is Fasting Required?

Fasting is required prior to taking this test. An ideal time to take this test is in the morning.

When Will My Results Be Ready?

Results are typically ready in 7-10 business days or less.

Disclaimer

The laboratory services are for informational purposes only. It is not the intention of MYLABFAX LLC to provide specific medical advice but to provide users with information to better understand your health. Please speak to a medical professional about your results for proper diagnosis and treatment. 

Both the physician and the testing laboratory are independent contractors with whom MYLABFAX LLC makes arrangements for your blood tests. By Purchasing your lab tests through MYLABFAX you agree MYLABFAX LLC will NOT be held liable for any acts or omissions of the physicians, the testing laboratory, or their agents or employees.

T3 Total

$100.00
$ 55.00
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Testing not available in: NY, RI, MD and NJ

How Does It Work?

Step 1: Order the lab test.
Step 2: Download and print the lab slip from your login page. 
Step 3: Locate your nearest Quest Diagnostics Laboratory from the 'lab locator' tab on your login page.
Step 4: Visit the laboratory with your slip to have your blood drawn.
Step 5: Results take 7-10 business days. An email will be sent requesting you to login to your page to access them.

For a more detailed explanation, please visit our step-by-step guide on ordering tests.

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