I don't know the specific name of the test, but I'm sure all you have to do is tell the people at the lab what it is you want to check for and they will draw your blood and test it. I had my testosterone level checked once and they simply took some blood and checked it for testosterone. Had the results two days later.
Ive been having the same symptoms (minus the extra hair, since Im female) I just called my doctor today & Im going in for some tests. After the tests then you'll be able to discuss the next steps to getting better! Good Luck 2 both of us! =) Its also nice to know Im not the only one feeling that way =)
Sometimes the symptoms you mentioned can be as sign of something very simple like iron deficiency. I am sure the doctor will check all of that out though. Good luck to both of you. Let us know what the dr. says.
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