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Getting tested to find out what your Testosterone levels are, has never been easier. It starts with a simple blood test at a local testing facility near you. Click the button below to find a medical testing facility near you.


This blood test will measure your total and free Testosterone level. Two measurements of Testosterone are analyzed to provide a more complete analysis.



Q: What is included in the $35 cost?

A: The cost includes the phlebotomy (blood draw) along with your Testosterone Free & Total blood test.

Q: Do I need to schedule an appointment?

A: No appointment is necessary at either Labcorp or Defy Medical, however we suggest making an appointment so that you do not have to wait long. Be sure to check the hours of operation for the location you choose.

Q: What do I bring to the lab?

A: Bring your photo ID and the requisition we provide you upon ordering.

Q: How long does it take to receive my lab results?

A: Typically it takes 3-5 business days to receive Testosterone test results. You will be provided a copy of your results by email as soon as they become available.

Q: Why a blood test?

A: Blood testing provides the most accurate and consistent measurement of your testosterone level.

Q: What is considered low Testosterone?

A: In the US, traditionally any level below 300ng/dl in a male would be considered low. This would be considered under conservative standards. We understand that there is more to Testosterone than your number. In addition your symptoms and medical profile are considered to determine if TRT is needed. Men tend to experience the health benefits of testosterone when levels are maintained between 600ng/dl-1100ng/dl.

Q: What can I do if my Testosterone is low?

A: Our physician can diagnose low testosterone through an evaluation of your symptoms and a blood test. Low Testosterone can be effectively treated with Testosterone Restoration Therapy (TRT). With a physician’s guidance, testosterone can be restored to an optimal level where it will be maintained through semi-annual monitoring.



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