At Home Testosterone Test Kit
Not feeling like yourself or deciding to take better charge of your health? This at-home testosterone test kit can get you started quickly. Measure your total testosterone blood level in the privacy of your home using a finger-prick blood sample. An accredited lab will perform the testing. Obtain your results within 2-3 days via our confidential and secure HIPPA compliant technology. Includes consultation to review results. Testosterone imbalance in men and women can cause sexual dysfunction, fatigue, sleep disturbances acne, infertility, and hair loss, among other health conditions and symptoms. Please note: We cannot offer home test kits to NY, NJ, RI, MD or MA.
Is your testosterone too high or too low? Find out with a home test kit
Testosterone testing at home is an affordable and convenient way to be proactive about your health. Testosterone plays a central role in male and female sexuality and reproduction. It also affects muscle mass, energy levels, and hair growth and hair loss. Measuring it may help identify early signs of imbalance and discover the causes of symptoms you may be experiencing. Even though testosterone is important to both male and female health, regular physical exams usually do not include testosterone measuring.
What is testosterone?
Testosterone is a sex hormone known as an androgen. It is mostly associated with male secondary sex characteristics but testosterone is not unique to men. Testosterone also plays an important role in women's reproductive health and sexual health. Testosterone is measured in nanograms per deciliter (ng/dL)
Testosterone imbalance in men can cause a host of health conditions and symptoms. Age and medical history also play a role. Female testosterone levels are naturally lower than men's. Research shows testosterone imbalance in women cause health issues and unwanted symptoms. Women's testosterone declines with age normally. Conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) can cause elevated testosterone. Menopause can cause low-T in women.
This test measures total testosterone vs a test that only measures "free" testosterone.
What is the difference between total testosterone and free?
"Free" testosterone tests measure the amount of testosterone that can be used by the body. This is known as bioavailability. A total testosterone test measures the entire amount in the blood. The free level of any sex hormone can be low compared to its total level if there is an excess of sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG). SBGH is a protein that attaches itself to sex hormones making them not usable to the body. A total testosterone test can be a first step in identifying testosterone imbalance and then determining whether further testing or treatment may be required.
What are the symptoms of Low T in men?
- Loss of muscle mass
- Low libido
- Breast growth (Gynecomastia)
- Sleep apnea
- Loss of body hair
- Hot flashes
What are the symptoms of Low T in women?
- Vaginal dryness
- Insomnia or trouble sleeping
- Weight gain
- Decreased muscle mass
What are the symptoms of high T in men?
- Low sperm count
- Male Pattern Baldness
- Hyper sex drive
- Risk-taking behavior
- Increased body hair
What are the symptoms of high T in women?
- Male Pattern Hair Growth (hirsutism)
- Female Pattern Hair Loss (FPHL)
- Absence of menstrual periods (amenorrhea)
- Abnormally heavy or long menstrual periods (menorrhagia)
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This test comes with complete instructions on how to submit your confidential blood sample, which is obtained with a simple finger-prick. Return postage is included. Obtain your confidential results electronically within 2 to 3 days along with an online consultation. Please note: We cannot offer home test kits to NY, NJ, RI, MD or MA.