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Male Hormone Analysis

Method - Saliva

Take your sample in the comfort of your own home and send via pre-paid courier to the lab.​

 

Test Results

You will receive your test results and 

a 30 min. appointment to discuss 

your results and treatment recommendations. 

Sample Report

Click here for a sample test report

Items tested

  • DHEAs

  • E1-Estrone

  • E2-Estradiol

  • Testosterone

  • Androstenedione

  • Ratios

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Men's Health

The aging male experiences a decrease in testosterone at a rate of 10% per decade from the age of 30. This reduction of testosterone and other androgens experienced as a consequence of the ageing process has been named andropause or androgen deficiency of the ageing male (ADAM).

 

As the body ages particular hormones decline or fluctuate causing a variety of health conditions. This unique test will provide valuable information on an individual’s hormonal status. The Male Hormone Profile will provide insights into a wide range of symptoms and their causes, from reduced libido and muscle mass to cardiovascular disease, depression, anxiety, brain fog and other hormone related imbalanced symptoms.

 

Salivary hormone testing is particularly ideal for the prevention and treatment of hormone related symptoms and conditions, prescribing and monitoring Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) and natural hormone replacement therapy. Salivary Hormone testing is unique in that it helps identify the hormonal imbalances which may be causing chronic health problems. From just one simple non-invasive collection, results obtained from the test make it possible for practitioners to individualise treatment in order to establish optimal hormone balance.

 

Common Conditions Caused By Decreased Testosterone:

  • Poor memory

  • Poor attention/focus

  • Fatigue

  • Anxiety and Depression

  • Erectile Dysfunction

  • Muscle weakness

  • Loss of libido

  • Impaired immune system

  • Prostate cancer

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