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  1. ... care professional will prick your middle or ring finger with a small needle. After wiping away the ... she will place a little tube on your finger and collect a small amount of blood. You ...
  2. ... Most kits include a device to prick your finger (lancet). You will use this to collect a ... kits available that don’t require pricking your finger. For more information on at-home test kits, ...
  3. ... forearms. Look at your hands, including between your fingers and under your fingernails. Look at the front, ... toe exam, including your scalp, behind your ears, fingers, toes, buttocks, and genitals. The exam may be ...
  4. ... Your provider will gently insert a gloved, lubricated finger into your anus to check for hemorrhoids, fissures, ...
  5. ... breath. To measure bone density in the forearm, finger, hand, or foot, a provider may use a ...
  6. ... calcium levels include: Tingling in the lips, tongue, fingers, and feet Muscle cramps Muscle spasms Irregular heartbeat ...
  7. ... parathyroid hormone include: Abdominal pain Muscle cramps Tingling fingers Dry skin Brittle nails What happens during a ...
  8. ... cause irritability, muscle twitching, and tingling in the fingers and toes. Low levels of chloride may indicate: ...
  9. ... include some kind of device to prick your finger. You’ll use this device to collect a ...
  10. ... touch the tip of the swab with your fingers. Put the swab into the container within the ...
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