Testosterone Blood Test


The Testosterone Blood Test is a quick, easy, and convenient way of measuring the total testosterone in your blood. This test can be done at home using a fingerprick kit, or you can choose for a phlebotomist to draw your blood for you. Checking your testosterone levels can help uncover the cause of symptoms such as fatigue, low libido, and hair loss.


When do I take the test?

  • Testosterone levels are at their peak first thing in the morning, so it’s best to collect a sample for the testosterone test between 8 am – 10 am.

Biomarker Tested:

  1. Testosterone (Total)

Who Should Consider a Testosterone Blood Test?

  • Men experiencing symptoms of low testosterone such as fatigue, low energy, decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, muscle loss or weakness, mood changes, depression, or difficulty concentrating.
  • Men over 40
  • Athletes and bodybuilders
  • Individuals with health conditions
  • Anyone considering testosterone replacement therapy (TRT)

Preparing For Your Test:

  • Ensure you’re well-hydrated and warm before collecting your blood sample.
  • Running your hands under warm water can help increase blood flow and make the process easier.
  • Collect your sample between 8 am and 10 am when your testosterone levels are naturally at their highest.

Testosterone Blood Test