Our expert says:
Checkup, if there is nothing wrong with you on clinical examination, your GP will do the minimum amount of tests. He will do a urine dipstick, a finger prick sugar test and probably take blood for a full blood count and a fasting lipogram (cholesterol test). Depending on whether he thinks it’s necessary, he will also do a UK&E (kidney test), LFT (liver test) and a TFT (thyroid test). If anything turns up abnormal, he will do further tests. Good luck.
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