Testosterone (T) - Saliva Test

Testosterone (T) - Saliva Test

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Testosterone (T) - Saliva Test 

Often referred to as the “male” hormone, testosterone is actually present in both sexes, for very important reasons. These are chemical messengers that are produced primarily in the testes of males, and in the ovaries of females, that regulate many functions within the body. 

Symptoms of low testosterone

Low testosterone in men may include:

  • Erectile dysfunction
  • High percentage of fat in midsection
  • Gynecomastia (male breasts)
  • Infertility
  • Decrease in body hair
  • Higher voice
  • Lack of muscle mass
  • Decrease in sex drive

Low testosterone in women may include:

  • Low libido
  • Infertility
  • Irregular or absent menstrual periods

Both sexes may experience:

  • Depression
  • Lack of concentration
  • Insomnia
  • Memory problems
  • Lack of motivation

How Does It Work?

  • Step 1

    Order the test kit online and a complete materials package will be delivered to your door.

  • Step 2

    Follow the instructions for the collection of saliva, blood, or urine and return samples via prepaid shipping label.

  • Step 3

    Get results quickly and discreetly through a secure online portal or have a physical copy sent directly to you.


Why Test With Us?

  • Highest Testing Standards

    We use the most up-to-date collection methods to secure blood, urine, and saliva samples for shipment and testing. Our at-home test kits and methodologies meet the highest standards for both quality and validity.

  • Certified Testing Labs

    CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments) certified laboratories are used to receive and evaluate test samples. This ensures strict adherence to both state and federal guidelines with regular inspections from applicable government agencies.

  • Key Facts About The Lab

    Operating for over 20 years with over 8 million tests completed. Developed three distinct hormone testing methods. Partner with the CDC and NIH on research.


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