Frequently, some blood tests are necessary to help in the diagnosis of a particular menstrual disorder. These tests may range from certain hormonal measurements (thyroid hormone, adrenal hormones or pituitary hormones) to tests that measure your ability to clot (platelet count and bleeding time). The kinds of blood tests that you might require will depend on your menstrual history and your initial ultrasound exam.
Many thanks to Dr. Wortman and his great staff, for the warm and professional care I always receive in the office. It is all too difficult to find exceptional, reliable, high quality care in the healthcare field these days, and yet I am always so impressed to still find it instilled in this practice. Nothing is compromised, or rushed. Everyone puts you at ease, makes you feel welcome, and you leave knowing you had the best possible attention to your medical needs. Not only do they focus on your appointment while there, but they carefully and thoroughly guide you through all of your comprehensive, annual medical needs to make sure that every aspect of your health and well-being is addressed and supported with the same high standard of care. www.vitals.com October 2017
— October 17, 2017