Male Hormones Test


Are you concerned about having low testosterone, having a low sex drive, or your potential fertility? Are you suffering from mood changes, loss of muscle mass or low energy levels?

Male hormone imbalances can impact your everyday health in lots of different ways.

  • Provides results for nine key male hormone markers
  • Simple at-home finger-prick blood test. No social interaction required
  • Provides hospital-standard, easy-to-read results
  • Suitable for men aged 20 and over
  • The sample needs to be taken in the morning
  • Only available in the UK

Optimise your health at home.

Positively take control of your health. Understand whether your male hormones status may be impacting your health and what you can do to help yourself.

Using a quick and easy home-to-laboratory finger-prick blood test. Get your results within 7 days.

Be aware that discovering your male hormone levels is the first step to making positive changes. It is also easy to track your hormone levels over time to see how they change with age.

Take steps to change your life for the better.

Measuring your male hormone status is important, particularly if you……

  • want to know more about what might be impacting your health
  • are experiencing reduced sex drive (libido) and/or erectile dysfunction
  • are concerned about your fertility
  • have low energy levels
  • suffer from weight gain
  • suffer from mood swings
  • have trouble sleeping
  • are concerned about a drop in your exercise performance
  • are concerned about a reduction in muscle mass
  • suffer from poor concentration
  • are intrigued to find out more

What We Test For

  1. LH and FSH are hormones produced by the pituitary gland in the brain. These hormones play a role in male fertility.
  2. Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone that impacts sex drive (libido), fertility, muscle mass, energy levels and mood.
  3. Oestradiol is the main female sex hormone, but it is also an essential hormone in men too. Note: a recent study has shown that finger-prick blood collection can result in approximately 20% lower oestradiol results than blood collected by a venous full blood draw.
  4. Prolactin is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland in the brain. This hormone is known for stimulating milk production in women after childbirth, but it also has other important functions in men. High levels can impact male sexual health.
  5. Albumin and Sex-hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG) are key proteins that bind testosterone as it circulates in your blood. These results provide important information to help calculate the level of biologically active testosterone available for use.
  6. Free Androgen Index (FAI) and Free Testosterone are markers of how much “active” and “bioavailable” testosterone is circulating in your body. These provide better markers of male hormone status than testosterone alone.
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