Blood Male Hormones
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Explore key male hormone markers to gain insights into your testosterone levels and hormonal balance. Make informed decisions to support your well-being and vitality.
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Results within 5 business days
Easy at-home testing
What will you learn?
Sex hormone binding protein
Why is it important?
Testosterone plays a key role in men's health and vitality. Measuring both total and free testosterone levels can offer valuable insight into whether your hormones are within the expected range, or if any irregularities may be contributing to symptoms that are affecting your well-being.
Regular testing allows for observation of patterns over time and early detection of potential health problems, allowing you to take preventative measures before issues arise.
How does the testing work?
Collect a small amount of blood from your finger in the comfort of your home
Send the blood sample to the laboratory
The results will be displayed in the Macromo app
Is this the right test for you?
Our male hormones blood test is tailored for men aged 18 to 98 who want to live to their full potential with more energy, focus, fitness capacity, and no unwanted symptoms. By tracking key male hormones, you can gain valuable insights into your overall health and make informed decisions to support your well-being. With Macromo's male hormones test, you will have confidence in managing your vitality.
3 biomarkers that play a key role in men's hormonal balance
Measuring the levels of total and bioactive testosterone gives you the important overview of your hormonal balance. Early detection of any irregularities enables timely interventions and lifestyle adjustments, giving you the opportunity to address any issues and improve your health and vitality.
Testosterone plays a key role in a variety of physiological functions, including reproductive health, muscle strength, and bone density. Evaluating total testosterone levels helps diagnose and monitor conditions associated with testosterone imbalance.
Free testosterone is the portion of testosterone that is not bound to sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG) or albumin and is therefore available for use in body tissues and can actively affect the body's functions.
SHBG (sex hormone binding globulin)
SHBG is a protein that binds to sex hormones such as testosterone and estrogen. This binding regulates the amount of free hormones in the bloodstream and affects their activity. Measuring SHBG levels helps to evaluate hormonal imbalances and assess the availability of free testosterone.
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The Macromo blood test has been carefully compiled by a team of experienced doctors and healthcare professionals who have carefully selected and included specific biomarkers that provide valuable information about your health.
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Frequently asked questions
Who is the test suitable for?
This test is suitable for men that want to comprehensively assess their hormonal health. It is particularly beneficial for individuals who experience symptoms related to hormonal imbalances such as low energy, decreased libido, or mood disorders. The test provides valuable information about sex hormone binding capacity, as well as total and active testosterone levels, allowing for a deeper understanding of the hormonal status and potential interventions to optimize physical well-being.
When will I get my results?
Results will be displayed on the Macromo mobile app within five business days of when we receive your sample.
Is the blood draw painful?
It is not. The blood draw is performed via a tiny puncture of an automated lancet into the belly of the finger, from which the blood is then collected into a tube. The puncture site may be slightly sensitive after the collection.
What if I fail to draw blood?
If you fail to collect enough blood, the sample cannot be tested and you will need to repeat the collection. In this case, please contact us and we will send you a new collection kit free of charge.
How quickly do I need to get the sample to the lab?
Once you have taken a blood sample at home, it is important to send it to the laboratory as soon as possible. Ideally, this should be done within 24 hours of collection. Biological material can begin to degrade over time, which can affect the accuracy of the test. Therefore, it is important to follow the instructions for the use of the kit carefully and deliver the sample to the laboratory promptly using prepaid shipping from PPL.
To avoid shipping complications, we recommend NOT sending samples on Friday afternoon or before a public holiday. Please note that if the sample degrades due to late shipment, it is considered the customer’s responsibility.