Pause In Proper MCU Inspection Time?
, if I mcu today. How many days can you take me again? Because my right hand has a small vessel, only the left one can.
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There are various types of procedures for conducting an MCU (medical check up). Usually, this condition is determined based on the needs of the organizing institution, suspicion of the patient's illness based on previous examinations, indications for MCU (for example as part of planning a marriage, applying for work or school), and various other factors. In general, this examination is not limited to anamnesis, examination of vital signs and body posture, as well as a regular head to toe physical examination, but also some supporting tests, such as laboratory tests, X-rays, heart records, and so on.
Need to clarify, for what reason are you doing the MCU? Is there a particular institution that recommends it? What examinations do you undergo during the MCU?
There is no minimum time interval for someone to do the MCU. As long as there is a reason that requires it, the MCU may be repeated several times, even though it is close to each other.
If you have small blood vessels, as long as there is no certain underlying disease or medical condition, you should be able to solve it with the right blood sampling technique, namely by a professional health professional. If a blood test is necessary, then in addition to the right hand, this procedure can also be performed in other parts of the body, such as the upper arm, groin, and so on. Usually, small blood vessels that make it difficult to draw blood are the result of dehydration, hypotension, or certain genetic disorders of blood vessels. As long as you do not experience this condition, then usually the difficulty of collecting blood is not an obstacle to doing the MCU properly.
You can consult this directly with the doctor who examined you and the MCU organizing institution.
I hope this helps.