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There is no way for you to test for all these diseases on your own.
You need to see your primary care MD.
She will order, and evaluate, all necessary tests for you.
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The tests that may be done by your doctor after collecting a thorough history and doing a physical examination are:
Serum creatinine and blood urea nitrogen,
Imaging studies such as kidney X-ray, an ultrasound examination or a computerized tomography (CT) scan,
Complete blood count,
Ultrasound of thyroid gland,
Thyroid function tests,
An arteriogram (an x-ray test of the arteries).
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