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  • Sample Type : Blood
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  • Report Time : 24/48 Hrs
  • Home Collection: Yes
  • Fasting : Not Required
  • Age Group: All
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Did you know that testosterone, typically found in men, is also available in small quantities in women? If your healthcare provider asks you to get testosterone boosters, now is an excellent time to check your levels.

A Serum Testosterone Test is a blood test that measures the level of testosterone, a hormone produced by the male testicles and in smaller amounts in women. Testosterone plays a vital role in developing male characteristics, such as facial and body hair, a deep voice, and muscle mass. It is also involved in the production of red blood cells and the maintenance of bone density.

It is crucial to get a testosterone level test to see if your testosterone levels are normal or are indicative of any abnormalities. Read more to understand how you can go about the process.

Why Do I Need Testosterone Blood Test?

It would be best if you got a testosterone level test for the following reasons:

  • To diagnose low testosterone levels, which can cause symptoms such as low sex drive, erectile dysfunction, fatigue, and decreased muscle mass.
  • To help identify the cause of infertility in men, usually done via this male hormone test.
  • To help diagnose and monitor conditions that affect testosterone production, such as pituitary gland disorders or testicular cancer in men.
  • To monitor testosterone replacement therapy in men, prescribed testosterone supplements that treat low testosterone levels.

The symptoms for higher or lower testosterone differ in men compared to women.

If you are a man, watch out for the following symptoms:

  • Lower sex drive
  • Infertility or the difficulty in getting the opposite gender pregnant
  • Less facial or body hair
  • erectile dysfunction, or ED, can make it difficult for you to get an erection
  • Enlarged breasts
  • Thinning bones or anemia in the body
  • Loss of muscle mass

You should check for female testosterone due to the following symptoms if you are a woman:

  • Acne on the skin, including the face, hands, legs, and body
  • Abnormal hair growth on the body or face
  • The shrilling of the voice
  • Irregular or no menstrual periods
  • Difficulty in getting pregnant or infertility
  • Hair loss on the head that may be like male-pattern baldness

How To Prepare For Testosterone Test?

Are you appearing at your nearest diagnostic center for a Testosterone Test? Here's how you can mentally and physically prepare yourself:

  • Ask your healthcare provider if you need to fast for a few hours before the test.
  • Avoid consuming alcohol or smoking.
  • If you have prescription drugs, ask your healthcare provider if you can consume them before the test.

What Happens During Testosterone Blood Testing?

Are you getting a Testosterone Test done at your nearest diagnostic center? Here is how your healthcare provider will draw out the blood sample:

  • Your healthcare provider will wrap a thin pipe around your arm and cleanse the target area with rubbing alcohol.
  • They will check for the vein in your arm and ask you to clench your fists tightly.
  • Your healthcare provider will draw a blood sample from your vein using a syringe, collect the required amount in a test tube/vial, and remove the injection from your skin.
  • The target area will be sealed with a bandage to avoid bleeding.
  • The collected test sample will be sent to the laboratory for testing.

Should you call for a Testosterone Test at home or get it done at your nearest clinic? Read more to find out what suits your comfort.

Can I Take Testosterone Test At Home?

Yes, you can. You can get in touch with your nearest diagnostic center to call a healthcare professional and get the Testosterone Test done from the comfort of your home. It should typically be administered between 7-10 AM, as experts believe your testosterone levels are the highest in the morning.

How Much Does  Testosterone Test Cost?

The Testosterone Test price depends on the diagnostic center you choose to get it done. If you have insurance coverage, it will cover your cost. You can speak to your doctor to determine if you have an active plan. If there's none, purchase a new plan at affordable rates.

Received your Testosterone Test results but need help with how to read them? Check out this section to understand your test results: 

What Do Testosterone Test Results Mean?

You must always consult your healthcare provider to get the best explanation about your Testosterone Test results. Your range of testosterone levels might differ as per the chart mentioned below:

Testosterone Test results in male hormone tests:

Normal testosterone levels (in men)

300-1000 ng/dL

High testosterone levels (in men)

>1000 ng/dL

Low testosterone levels (in men)

<300 ng/dL

Test results in female Testosterone Tests:

Normal testosterone levels (in women)

15-70 ng/dL

High testosterone levels (in women)

>70 ng/dL

Low testosterone levels (in women)

<15 ng/dL

What Is Normal Testosterone Level?

The normal testosterone level in men ranges from 300-1000 ng/dL and 15-70 ng/dL in women.

What Medical Conditions Can Cause  High Testosterone Level?

If you are a man, your male hormone test can show higher testosterone levels for the following reasons:

  • Excessive use of steroids
  • Testicular tumors
  • Adrenal gland disorder

If you are a woman, you may have high testosterone levels for the following reasons:

What Medical Conditions Can Cause Low Testosterone Level?

If you are a man, your male hormone test can show lower testosterone levels in the following cases:

  • Liver or kidney failure over a long duration of time
  • Testicle injuries
  • Excessive use of alcohol, drugs, or smoking
  • Non-cancerous tumors
  • Pituitary gland disorder

If you are a woman, you may have low testosterone levels for the following reasons:

  • Ovarian abnormalities
  • Adrenal Gland Disorder
  • Pituitary Gland Disorder

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Ref Links: 

  1. What Does a Testosterone Test Tell You? - Metropolis Health
  2. When to Consider a Testosterone Test - Healthline
  3. Low Testosterone: Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment - Urology Care Foundation
  4. Total Testosterone - Health Encyclopedia - URMC
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FAQs Around Testosterone Test

While masturbation does not directly affect your testosterone levels, it does lower your sex drive if done frequently.

You might have some striking symptoms if you have lower-than-normal testosterone levels. These include abnormal hair growth, enlarged breasts, and difficulty erecting in men. In women, it may indicate irregular or missed periods, acne on the face and body, and abnormal facial hair growth.

Since testosterone is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland, any abnormalities in production or disorders in the gland can cause low levels of testosterone in the body.

In men, age-specific fertile levels should be between 409-558 ng/dL (20-24 years old), 413-575 ng/dL (25-29 years old), 359-498 ng/dL (30-34 years old), 352-478 ng/dL (35-39 years old), and 350-473 ng/dL (40-44 years old). In women, from the time puberty hits, the normal testosterone level should be between 15-70 ng/dL.

If you are facing high or low testosterone levels, including infertility, ED, or other bodily symptoms, you should get a testosterone blood test.

A total Testosterone Test is recommended for men as it evaluates free and protein-related testosterone in the body.

A Testosterone Test requires a blood sample that can be collected by drawing out blood from the vein in your arm. The process applies to both men and women.

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