Submitting labs/blood work.

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  • Yes, I looked…could not find.
    Another person advised to look under review…can’t find review.
    No, I swear I am not a novice!
    Thanks

  • [quote=“Cooper18” pid=‘61328’ dateline=‘1563414464’]
    Yes, I looked…could not find.
    Another person advised to look under review…can’t find review.
    No, I swear I am not a novice!
    Thanks
    [/quote]

    U r rly dumb. For real.

    You create a new thread. Follow the format and rules from the stickied Thread. You can look at other threads as an example. That is for bloodwork.

    Labwork is much less regulated. Basically, just create a new post with the lab name and the compound. Then post a picture or link to the labwork.

  • [quote=“DNPstoney” pid=‘61349’ dateline=‘1563422607’]
    [quote=“Cooper18” pid=‘61328’ dateline=‘1563414464’]
    Yes, I looked…could not find.
    Another person advised to look under review…can’t find review.
    No, I swear I am not a novice!
    Thanks
    [/quote]

    U r rly dumb. For real.

    You create a new thread. Follow the format and rules from the stickied Thread. You can look at other threads as an example. That is for bloodwork.

    Labwork is much less regulated. Basically, just create a new post with the lab name and the compound. Then post a picture or link to the labwork.
    [/quote]

    For real. The instructions instruct you to copy but it doesn’t say paste it anywhere.
    If I did it would ends up looking like a bunch of crap like the ones I’ve seen on other threads. I want to know how to actually scan the blood work in post it.
    PhD’s can be really dumb…for real.

  • [quote=“Cooper18” pid=‘61356’ dateline=‘1563430892’]
    [quote=“DNPstoney” pid=‘61349’ dateline=‘1563422607’]
    [quote=“Cooper18” pid=‘61328’ dateline=‘1563414464’]
    Yes, I looked…could not find.
    Another person advised to look under review…can’t find review.
    No, I swear I am not a novice!
    Thanks
    [/quote]

    U r rly dumb. For real.

    You create a new thread. Follow the format and rules from the stickied Thread. You can look at other threads as an example. That is for bloodwork.

    Labwork is much less regulated. Basically, just create a new post with the lab name and the compound. Then post a picture or link to the labwork.
    [/quote]

    For real. The instructions instruct you to copy but it doesn’t say paste it anywhere.
    If I did it would ends up looking like a bunch of crap like the ones I’ve seen on other threads. I want to know how to actually scan the blood work in post it.
    PhD’s can be really dumb…for real.
    [/quote]

    The ones you are seeing in other threads are PDFs. The office sent them the results digitally.

    If your doctor (MDs normally) gave you the bloodwork in physical form, you will need to scan it yourself. Either use a scanning machine, or download an app for your phone. And make sure to edit out identifying information.

    PrivateMDLabs (and equivalents) sends their results online. Doctors can give you your results in person. There are a good amount of threads where the bloodwork results are just a picture of the paperwork; look back if you can’t find these. But I would suggest just downloading a PDF scanning app on your phone, they are easy and free.

  • [quote=“Cooper18” pid=‘61356’ dateline=‘1563430892’]
    [quote=“DNPstoney” pid=‘61349’ dateline=‘1563422607’]
    [quote=“Cooper18” pid=‘61328’ dateline=‘1563414464’]
    Yes, I looked…could not find.
    Another person advised to look under review…can’t find review.
    No, I swear I am not a novice!
    Thanks
    [/quote]

    U r rly dumb. For real.

    You create a new thread. Follow the format and rules from the stickied Thread. You can look at other threads as an example. That is for bloodwork.

    Labwork is much less regulated. Basically, just create a new post with the lab name and the compound. Then post a picture or link to the labwork.
    [/quote]

    For real. The instructions instruct you to copy but it doesn’t say paste it anywhere.
    If I did it would ends up looking like a bunch of crap like the ones I’ve seen on other threads. I want to know how to actually scan the blood work in post it.
    PhD’s can be really dumb…for real.
    [/quote]

    In your other thread, you ask about how to format the post? Now your asking about how to post the actual bloodwork???

    Everything is clearly out there how to do it. I posted again to you and if you can’t figure it out after everything, I don’t know what to tell you.

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