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Yes, certain medications and supplements can affect CBC+PS test results. For example, aspirin, corticosteroids, and antihistamines can affect platelet counts, while antibiotics and chemotherapy drugs can affect white blood cell counts. Herbal supplements such as ginseng and echinacea may also affect blood cell counts. It's important to inform your healthcare provider if you take any medications or supplements before the test.

Generally, no special preparation is needed for a CBC+PS test. However, you should wear a short-sleeved shirt or top for easy access to the arm for blood collection. It's also important to inform your healthcare provider of any medications or supplements you are taking before the test, as they may affect the results.

Typically, CBC+PS test results are available within 24-48 hours, depending on the lab used and the urgency of the results. However, in some cases, it may take longer to receive the results if additional testing or consultation is needed. It's important to follow up with your healthcare provider to discuss the results.

A CBC+PS test is a simple blood test wherein a needle is used to draw a small amount of blood from a vein in your arm. While the needle stick may cause some discomfort, the test itself is generally considered safe and carries minimal risk of complications or side effects. Some people may experience mild bruising or soreness at the site of the needle stick, but this usually goes away quickly.

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