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Low T, Andropause or Hypogonadism can be determined with a simple Blood Test
At the Low Testosterone Treatment Center you can get low hormone level testing, diagnosis and many types of Testosterone Treatment Therapy for androgen deficiency.
A Low T Test or Testosterone Level Blood Test will measure your Total testosterone levels and your Free testosterone levels. Free testosterone reflects the bioavailable level of testosterone your body can use versus total testosterone which may be bound by proteins and not available for use by your system.
You and your physician will discuss which hormone treatment method is best for you, your current testosterone levels, and your symptoms.
If you think you may have Low T, Adropause or ED (Impotence) consider ordering the Testosterone Test to check the level of male hormone (androgen) in your blood.
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- What causes causes low testosterone levels?
- What are the symptoms of low testosterone or LOW T?
- What changes occur in the body due to testosterone deficiency?
- How do I find out if I have Andropause or Hypogonadism?
- How is a testosterone deficiency tested?
- Where can I get a low testosterone test?
- How much does testosterone testing cost?
- Where can I buy testosterone injections?
- How long does it take to see the results from low t treatment?
- Do I need a prescription to purchase testosterone?
- What are the side effects of testosterone replacement therapy?
Talk to a Testosterone Hormone Specialist today about a lab blood test for Low T!
A physician specializing in androgen replacement therapy can advise you on exactly the steps you need to take to qualify for testosterone therapy including
testing and low t treatment options available, pricing and purchasing information. Importantly, the various protocols that include
HCG injections, estrogen blockers and even Human Growth Hormone can be explained in detail to you before starting a TRT program.
Testing for Low Testosterone Levels
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Understanding The Testosterone Hormone Testing Panel and Results
The Total Testosterone Test measures all types of testosterone that is bound to proteins in the blood including albumin plasma proteins and sex-hormone binding globulin [SHBG].
In addition to bound androgens, the blood test measures testosterone that is not bound or FREE.
The most important biomarker and indicator for Low T is the test for free or bioavailable testosterone because this is the androgen the body can use taking into account the levels of SHBG in the blood binding to and
making the remaining androgens unavailable.
Normal, Bound and Nonbound Testosterone levels in Aging Men
A man's age, health, weight and lifestyle factors have a direct impact on testosterone levels. The normal androgen levels for men aged 40 to 80 years old
is about 300 to 1200 ng/dL with an average level of around 750 ng/dL. Normal male androgen levels peaks at about age 25, and then steadily decline about 1% per year.
Together with the gradual decline is the increase in binding proteins so over time less endogenous or natural androgen is being produced while any bio-available androgen is being increasing bound
leaving non-bound testosterone diminished. Andropause or hypogonadsim symptoms can also cause erectile dysfunction and many men experience a loss of libido and
sexual performance. Testosterone levels below the normal reference range may be considered to be deficient.
While many healthy men can have testosterone levels between 400 - 600 ng/dL, anything below the 300 ng/dL
where a man may be symptomatic may require hormone replacement therapy to increase levels back up to a more optimal range. Learn more about repairing low t and normal testosterone ranges.
Why get a Testosterone Test?
In order to qualify for TRT Testosterone Replacement Therapy or Human Growth Hormone Injections, you must have a blood test from a licensed laboratory or medical facility.
With your blood work results, your physician can determine if you have low levels of testosterone as wella ss your free levels vs total levels. Without knowing you unbound or free androgen levels,
a diagnosis and prescription for testosterone would not be easily made. Once your male hormone levels are established you can buy HGH and testosterone for treatment.
HCG or Human Chorionic Gonaditropin and estrogen blockers ate usually prescribed as well for TRT. The HCG injections help induce natural testosterone secretion and avoid testicular atrophy.
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The estrogen blockers are prescription pills or tablets that inhibit the conversion of excess testosterone in the blood to estrogen to maintain androgen dominance for a more successful treatment result.
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Why increase Low Testosterone Levels
As men age their testosterone levels gradually decrease having anegative impact on their strength, energy levels, belly fat, libido as well as sexual performance in bed.
The free testosterone level is the most important number for men concerned with low t. By normalizing the free or bio-available androgen circulating in the blood, a
man can better maintain a healthy sex drive, his strength, stamina, body composition, enthusiasm for daily life, work and relationships.
With normal T levels, men simply feel stronger and boosting free testosterone levels to their optimla range is the goal of Testosterone Therapy.
If you are unsure if you have an androgen deficiency, get a testosterone test today. Testosterone Testing.