Did you know that there is an International Men’s Health Week? It is celebrated on the third week of June every year.

According to research, women live longer than men all around the world. Men are notorious for putting off visits to the doctor and dismissing odd symptoms. The longer lifespan of women may explain this.

Let’s get to know them.

The primary sex hormone in men is testosterone. In boys, testosterone stimulates the development of muscles, body hair, and a deeper voice throughout puberty. It regulates sex drive, preserves muscular mass, and aids in sperm production in adult men.
The amount of testosterone in your blood is determined by this test. The majority of testosterone in blood is bound to proteins. Free testosterone is testosterone that is not bound to a protein. The two main testosterone tests are as follows:

Total Testosterone

measures both attached and free testosterone.

Free Testosterone

measures just free testosterone.

can give more information about certain medical conditions.

Health issues can result from either low or high testosterone levels in both men and women.

Other names: serum testosterone, total testosterone, free testosterone, bioavailable testosterone

When should I get a testosterone levels test?

A normal range for testosterone level in men is 300 to 1,000 nanograms per deciliter (ng/dL). However, it’s also considered normal to have changes in your level of testosterone throughout your life.
Testosterone levels can decrease naturally due to your age or other health conditions. After age 30, men’s testosterone levels can decrease an average of up to 2 percent

What is a testosterone levels test used for?

A testosterone levels test may be used to diagnose several conditions, including:

 Decreased sex drive
 Erectile dysfunction
 Tumors of testicles
 Early or delayed puberty

Why do I need to take a testosterone levels test?

If you show signs of abnormal testosterone levels, you could require this test. It is typically used for adult men who exhibit signs of low T levels. Low T levels in men can cause these symptoms:

Low sex drive
Difficulty getting an erection
Development of breast tissue
Fertility problems
Hair loss
Weak bones
Loss of muscle mass

A testosterone test may also be required for males. Early puberty may indicate high T in boys, while delayed puberty may indicate low T.

What are my testing options?

With the help of our at-home male hormone testing solutions, you can detect low testosterone levels and improve performance.

Testing Options

With the help of our at-home male hormone testing solutions, you can detect low testosterone levels and improve performance.

Testosterone Test



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Our home testosterone test measuring the amount of testosterone present in your blood.

Male Hormone Test



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Our home Male Hormone Test measures testosterone and SHBG to help identify abnormal androgen status.

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Our advanced test provides a comprehensive overview of a man’s hormonal health to help identify imbalances and boost performance.

What do my testosterone levels test results mean?

Results have varying implications depending on whether you are a boy or a man.

For boys:

High T levels could be a sign of testicular or adrenal cancer.
Low T levels in boys could indicate another issue, such as an injury, with the testicles.

For men:

A testicular or adrenal gland tumor may be indicated by high T levels. The adrenal glands regulate blood pressure, heart rate, and other body functions; they are situated above the kidneys.
Low T levels could indicate a genetic or chronic illness, a pituitary gland issue, or both. A small brain structure called the pituitary gland regulates a variety of processes, including reproduction and growth.

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