Testosterone in blood test:
Did you know that over 70% of health decisions are based on blood tests? To test and control your testosterone levels, it is essential to carry out an analysis to measure your free-testosterone levels. Blood is usually taken from the inside of the elbow, and blood is stored in a sealed container for further analysis.
You must fast before the analysis to guarantee the accuracy of the test results.
In men, testosterone is produced in the testicles. The hormone LH from the pituitary gland stimulates the Leydig cells in the testicles to produce testosterone.
Normal testosterone levels in men can range:
- Up until the age of 20: 0.2 – 42.5 pg/ml
- Ages between 20 to 39: 8.9 – 42.5 pg/ml
- Ages between 40 to 59: 6.6 – 30.00 pg/ml
- From the age of 60: 4.9 – 21.6 pg/ml
Why is it different to carry out your analysis in Low Testosterone Clinic Doctor T? At Low Testosterone Clinic Doctor T we specialize in treatments for hypogonadism and deficiency of testosterone, so we know that in the body there are many factors that can affect the production of testosterone and that can also have an effect in the undertaken treatment, so these factors must be controlled. Besides the free testosterone levels in the blood, we need to analyze all other factors that can cause low testosterone levels, as well as all others when searching for the right treatment. At Low Testosterone Clinic Doctor T we carry out with each patient a complete analysis studying more than 40 factors. Get out of doubt, book your appointment online now and a health specialist will explain the results of your test.