- Testosterone Saliva Hormone Testing Kit is for effectively assess Testosterone level in the body.
- Testosterone deficiency can affect women as well as men. Main symptoms of testosterone deficiency are;
- Decreased libido,
- Sexual dysfunction,
- Reduce sexual desire,
- Decrease in muscles / few distinctive muscles,
- Fat deposits in the stomach and breast areas,
- Varicose veins,
- Slack arms and face,
- Wrinkle development,
- Insomnia/sleep disturbance,
- Worsening sleep apnea,
- Decreased motivation.
- Collecting saliva sample easily in comfort of your home or office.
- Delivers results in 3-5 working days after receipt at the laboratory
- Free Delivery in the UK and Ireland
- Customers are responsible for shipping their sample to laboratory.
- No additional cost.
- Best tested with Estradiol. Please Click to see >> Testosterone (T) and Estradiol (Estrogen) (E2) Profile
- Click to see >> Sample Saliva Test Result Report
The pack includes:
- Test Requisition Form includes Symptom Checklist
- Requisition Form to complete including your personal and medical history
- Contains collection instructions
- Vial(s) for collecting saliva
- Instructions on How to Use Saliva Collection Kit
Our Saliva Hormone Testing kit measures your testosterone levels and determines whether your levels are too high or too low depending on the reference range.
How does testosterone act in the body?
Testosterone is a steroid hormone produced by your body, which is found in both males and females reproductive glands. The amount of testosterone produced is regulated by the hypothamalus and the pituitary gland. It is important to identify any problems as this could cause serious fertility problems.
What causes a testosterone deficiency?
There are different reasons for a testosterone deficiency. It can be congenital, or triggered through an accident or sickness. One of the most common causes is in fact that the production of certain hormones tends to deteriorate with age – as is also the case with testosterone.
A testosterone deficiency can be amplified through sport as well as high emotional stress. The diet is also a factor – certain foods reduce the testosterone level (sugar, whole grain products), whereas other products can raise the testosterone production (food that is rich in saturated fats, such as protein-rich foods, for example meat, fish, leguminous plants). Many of the symptoms can also have other reasons. Therefore a slight testosterone deficiency can be treated with the correct diet. However, if the deficiency is more pronounced, the natural balance can be restored, for example, with the purposeful consumption of bioidentical hormones, of course only under medical supervision.
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