Lab Test - A Simple Blood Test for Low T
Hypogonadism or Low Testosterone is a condition that largely affects the aging male population. It is a medical terms that describes the decreased function of the male testicular glands, when these glands produce little or no testosterone hormones. There are many signs and symptoms that male patients experience when afflicted with Low T:
- Decrease in Sex Drive and Intimacy
- Irritability or Quick Bursts of Anger
- Extreme Fatigue Bordering on Exhaustion
- Difficulty Sleeping or Outright Insomnia
- Increased Body Fat & Excessive Weight
- Loss of Lean Muscle Mass and Strength
- Loss of Bone Density - Osteoporosis
Aside from these health symptoms, a laboratory test is conducted to identify the diagnosis of hypogonadism or Low T. To get started, fill out the
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The Low T Test
A simple blood test panel is used by your Testosterone Therapy Doctor to check the testosterone hormone levels in your body. When the levels are low, your hormone treatment physician will prescribe a customized treatment plan to normalize your testosterone levels and get you back to optimum condition.
Many men who take testosterone, especially injections - experience a boost in their sex drive and frequency of sex, ability to build muscle and increase muscle strength, ability to burn fat and lose weight, an improved sense of well being, a good mood, and renewed enthusiasm for daily living and their relationships.
Testosterone Therapy will boost your low testosterone levels back up into the normal range. An increase in your Free Testosterone or Bio-Available Testosterone will help restore your vitality, stamina and sexual desire. Learn more about Free Testosterone vs Total Testosterone Levels.
Testosterone Test Preparation
No preparation is required before the test. Often, our Testosterone Treatment Physicians want the test to be done in the morning, when testosterone levels are highest. Although it is ideal to fast for 8 to 12 hours before a testosterone hormone test, there is no absolute requirement for 12 hour fasting prior to the test and our physicians will have your lab test results in 1 to 2 days. The blood test will check your Free Testosterone and Total Testosterone Levels.