Have you been wanting to know what your Testosterone levels really are? Are you going to make an Appointment, go to the Doctor and then to the Lab? Or do you just want to find out privately, conveniently and easily… that’s where you’ve landed!
Why should I take this Test?
You should take this test if you have any of the following symptoms:
- Hair Loss
- Increased Body Fat
- Reduction of Muscle Mass and Strength
- Back Pain
- Osteoporosis Onset
What Is Testosterone?
Testosterone is a hormone found in both men and women. The testicles primarily make testosterone in men. Women’s ovaries also make testosterone, though in much smaller amounts. Testosterone production starts to increase significantly during puberty and begins to dip after age 30.
Testosterone is most often associated with sex drive and plays a vital role in sperm production for men. But it also affects bone and muscle mass, the way fat is stored in the body and even red blood cell production.
While Testosterone production naturally tapers off as a man ages, other factors can cause hormone levels to drop. Injury to the testicles and cancer treatments such as chemotherapy or radiation can adversely affect testosterone production. Chronic diseases and stress can also reduce Testosterone production.
What do I get after I take this Test?
Your Test Report will include your levels of Testosterone with (1) simple Saliva collection and will help you understand if your hormone levels are high or low. You and your Health Care Provider will know if you must lower or increase hormone levels to improve your health condition. All Tests are performed by our CLIA Certified Lab Partner. You get ease and convenience of home-based sample collection and but highest accuracy standards of laboratory testing.
When ordering my Test…
– No Prescription needed, must be 18 years of age to order Tests
– Kits not permitted for use in MD, NJ, NY, RI
–Questions? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
– This report is only for informational purpose and does not provide any diagnosis or treatment. There may be other risk factors that must be considered for a complete assessment of your health. Please consult your healthcare provider to discuss your results and any questions you may have about your wellness.