Testosterone Test

Testosterone Test

Lethargy, fatigue, reduced muscle mass and reduced libido these can be the unpleasant consequences of a low testosterone level. Testosterone is the main male sexual hormone which regulates muscle growth and physical fitness.

Testosterone levels are highest in early adulthood and slowly decrease after the age of 30 which is due to a natural change of the blood levels. According to studies, testosterone decreases by one percent every year. You should therefore keep an eye on your testosterone levels.

Simply order the test to your home and receive a detailed results report personalised to address your health needs.

  • Detailed results report
  • Free analysis in the specialist diagnostic laboratory
  • Pain-free and easy to perform
  • No doctor's appointment necessary
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Determine your blood concentration of the steroid hormone testosterone conveniently at home

Certain life stages, underlying diseases and medication can lead to a change in testosterone levels. Regular testing of your testosterone level is therefore important. Testosterone is the most important male sex hormone (androgen), however women also produce low amounts of testosterone. In men, it is produced in the Leydig cells of the testes. In women, it is produced in the Theka cells of the ovaries. In addition, a small amount of production takes place in the adrenal cortex in both sexes. The release of testosterone is controlled by what is known as the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal hormone axis. This testosterone is formed from cholesterol.

Please note that some drugs (e.g. hormone preparations) might influence the test result. For more information, please consult the FAQ.

Your individual test result

Everything you need to know with one click: Find the results of your cerascreen® tests in our online customer area —password-protected for maximum security of course! In your individual expert report, you will learn which substances have a negative effect on your performance and thus restrict you in everyday life.

Note: The referenced values in the report refer to adults.

How the testosterone test works 

Certified laboratory and quality management

cerascreen laboratory

At cerascreen®, we have carefully selected trusted laboratory partners, such as DST Diagnostic Systems & Technologies located in Schwerin, Germany, who have specialised in holistic human diagnostics for over 10 years. In addition to the long-standing experience of DST Diagnostic System & Technologies, the cerascreen concept is also based on the expertise and advice offered by experienced health specialists from various disciplines throughout Europe.


Certifications:

  • DIN EN ISO 13485
  • Interlaboratory proficiency testing


 

The testosterone test kit consists of



  • Several pages of illustrated instructions, explaining step by step how a saliva sample is taken and how the test is performed
  • Activation card with test ID for registration
  • 2 saliva test tubes, 2 straws, transport tubes
  • Pre-addressed and pre-paid return mailing envelope, which you can use to send your blood sample back to our laboratory free of charge using Royal Mail

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