About the Male Hormones

Our Male Hormones Test Profile offers a comprehensive evaluation of hormones like testosterone, luteinizing hormone, and follicle-stimulating essential for male wellbeing. These tests regulate various functions of the male body, and through our tests you can test your levels and take control of your health to improve your quality of life.

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Personal Health Measurements

Personal Health Measurement can provide a comprehensive assessment of your overall health, helping you to identify any areas of concern and make informed decisions about your health and well-being.

The following tests are typically included in a Personal Health Measurement:

Frequently asked questions

Testing male hormones reveals hormonal imbalances that can lead to various health concerns such as infertility, erectile dysfunction, and low libido. It can also help diagnose conditions such as hypogonadism and monitor testosterone replacement therapy.

The common symptoms of low testosterone include decreased sex drive, fatigue, loss of muscle mass, increased body fat, erectile dysfunction, depression, and mood swings.

Your healthcare provider will provide you with specific instructions on how to prepare for your male hormone test. Typically, you may be advised to avoid exercise, alcohol, and certain medications that can affect your hormone levels.

The test may involve a blood or saliva sample, which will be analyzed to measure the levels of specific hormones. However, your healthcare provider will inform you of the specific details of the test.

The ideal time to get tested is typically in the morning between 7 AM to 10 AM. However, the actual time will vary depending on the condition you are going for. Thus, your physician/healthcare provider will inform you of the test timing.

The time will depend on the laboratory and the type of test performed. However, in most cases, it usually takes a few days to a week to receive the results.