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Understand how your hormones are performing with our male hormone testing options. Our tests will give you an in-depth view of your hormonal health.

Know your symptoms

There is a trend of declining testosterone in men and a rise in related health conditions, including reduced semen quality in men and genital malformations in newborn boys.
(Source: Endocrine Society)

Testosterone is a steroid hormone that is produced in the testes in men, the ovaries in women and the adrenal glands of both sexes. Testosterone is the most common naturally occurring androgen, and while it is widely associated with sexual function, it plays a significant role in regulating all parts of the body.

  • Low energy or fatigue
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Low sex drive
  • Infertility
  • Inability to build muscle mass
  • Depression / Anxiety
  • Weight gain
  • Brain fog
  • Stress

    The overproduction of the stress hormone cortisol may cause a depletion of testosterone stores.

  • Injury or infection

    Inflammatory diseases such as tuberculosis, histiocytosis, and sarcoidosis can impact the pituitary gland and the hypothalamus, causing a reduced production of testosterone.

  • Chemotherapy or radiation treatment

    Chemotherapy or radiation treatment can affect the production of testosterone and the nerves that control erections, causing erectile dysfunction and a loss of libido.

  • Obesity

    Obesity may cause a depletion of testosterone and increase in sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG).

  • Klinefelter's syndrome

    Klinefelter's syndrome occurs when boys are born with an extra X chromosome. XX chromosomes are found in females. Those with Klinefelter's syndrome are unable to produce as much testosterone as those who are unaffected.

  • Hemochromatosis (iron overload)

    Hemochromatosis in men can cause erectile dysfunction and a shrinkage of the testes.

  • Performance enhancing drugs or substances

    Long-term use of performance enhancing drugs may cause damage to the testes where testosterone is produced.

Know Your Body

Mood/Sex Drive

Testosterone plays a part in red blood cell production, as well as the amount of HDL (good fat) and LDL (bad fat) in the blood. Testosterone levels that are too high or too low cause high cholesterol which can trigger more serious health conditions down the line. Testosterone promotes feelings of vitality, confidence and sexual desire. Having sex on a regular basis promotes the production of testosterone just as much as testosterone stimulates sex drive.

Cardiovascular Health

Testosterone plays a part in red blood cell production, as well as the amount of HDL (good fat) and LDL (bad fat) in the blood. Testosterone levels that are too high or too low cause high cholesterol which can trigger more serious health conditions down the line.

Muscle Mass

Testosterone promotes the growth of muscle mass. The process is cyclical, lifting weights stimulates the production of testosterone and testosterone promotes the growth of muscle mass and strength.

Sperm Production/Sexual Performance

Testosterone is responsible for the production of sperm and the maintenance of spermatozoa (mature sperm cells). Testosterone maintains healthy erections and ejaculations during intercourse.

Bone Density

As men age, their testosterone levels and bone density decreases. Optimal testosterone levels ensure healthy bone density and strength.

Hair Growth

Testosterone and dihydrotestosterone promotes hair growth all over the body, the way the body reacts depends on its sensitivity to the hormone, that is why you might experience hair growth on some parts of the body and not on others.

Strength & Performance

Testosterone is an anabolic steroid hormone. It increases muscle mass and physical performance. Testosterone is said to affect drive, competitiveness and endurance. Steroid supplements taken by gym-goers and athletes replicate the effects of testosterone.

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Comparison of products
Biomarkers Male Hormone Test Male Hormone Plus Male Hormone Advanced
Testosterone Yes Yes Yes
Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG) Yes Yes Yes
Free Androgen Index (FAI) Yes Yes Yes
Oestradiol No Yes Yes
Prolactin No No Yes


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