Male Hormone Blood Test

Hormones are important for sex drive, fertility, erections, energy, muscle mass and metabolic health.

Our Male Hormone Blood Test is specifically designed to check the key hormones men need and is a simple blood test you can take at home and send to our lab for analysis.

  • Results and doctor's report in 2 days or less
  • Free, next-working day delivery
  • Includes free testosterone, LH and FSH

£79.00


Personalise your Male Hormone Blood Test

You can choose how you'd like to collect your blood sample. You may also want to add to your test panel depending on your age, sex and any symptoms.

Choose how to collect your blood sample
Add to your test
Dr Alasdair Scott

Dr Alasdair Scott

gut doctor, PhD and our Science Director

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What you need to know about our Male Hormone Blood Test

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Dr Alasdair Scott

Dr Alasdair Scott

gut doctor, PhD and our Science Director

The key male hormones include testosterone, luteinising hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH). Male hormone imblanace can cause decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, low energy, difficulty building muscle and poor metabolic health. Around 1-in-4 men over the age of 40 have low testosterone levels.

Checking your male hormone levels is important if you have any of these symptoms and should also be part of the annual blood tests for men over the age of 40.

What's tested in your Male Hormone Blood Test?

  • Testosterone

    Testosterone is the main sex hormone in men.

  • Free testosterone (calculated)

    Testosterone is bound to proteins in the blood which inactivate it. We can account for this to calculate the amount of "free" testosterone which is actually available for your body. This is a more accurate measure than testosterone alone.

    WHAT'S MEASURED?

  • Luteinising hormone (LH)

    Luteinising hormone is produced in the pituitary gland and is the main hormone driving testosterone production from the testes.

  • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)

    Follicle stimulating hormone is produced in the pituitary gland and is important for sperm production.


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