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At-Home Testosterone Blood Test
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Initial test for low testosterone diagnosis

Join 30,000 men, and take the first step to treating low testosterone by ordering this diagnostic test.

This quick finger-prick blood test, taken in the comfort of your own home, will give you readings for your Total and Free Testosterone.
Take the first step in determining if you are eligible for TRT treatment.

What’s tested
Learn more
4 BIOMARKERS ANALYSED

Total Testosterone
Free Testosterone
Albumin
Sex-Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG)

£55 £33.95

If this test showed you have low testosterone, the Enhanced Testosterone Blood Test will assess your suitability for TRT.

What does the test measure?
Analysing these biomarkers together gives doctors a full picture of your testosterone levels and of how much is readily available for your body to use.
At-home finger prick test
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What’s tested
Total Testosterone and Free Testosterone
Total Testosterone only
Total Testosterone only
Total Testosterone only
UKAS certified labs
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Cost
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About low testosterone

The physical and mental symptoms of low testosterone can really take their toll, but it doesn’t have to be this way. 

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Low sex drive
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Depression & irritability
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Low mood or motivation
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Difficulty losing weight
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Erectile dysfunction
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Reduced muscle mass
Testosterone replacement therapy can get you back on track

Our research-backed TRT service can do wonders for your health and wellbeing. We’ll help you get your testosterone levels back within a normal, healthy range with a bespoke treatment plan that may include medication, lifestyle advice or supplements.  

90

of patients saw an improvement in their symptoms after 3 months of treatment

Fundamentals
How testing works
Take the blood test

Take our quick at-home finger-prick test before 11am, when T-levels are at their highest, to determine if you have low testosterone.

See how to take the test
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Post your sample

Simply place your sample in the secure packaging provided and send it to our UKAS-certified lab where your blood will be analysed.

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Review your results

Access invaluable health data online in just a few days. Our experts will review your results and give you clear actionable advice.

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Testimonials

We have treated thousands of men with low testosterone

Getting treatment
How to start TRT treatment
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Take the initial blood test

Our initial at-home, finger-prick blood test measures 4 biomarkers including your total and free testosterone levels. You can access your results via your MANUAL account.

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Take an enhanced blood test

A comprehensive venous blood test (taken by a nurse) is needed to confirm the initial result, learn more about your health, and assess whether it’s safe to start treatment.

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Speak to a doctor

Discuss your blood test results, symptoms, medical history, treatment options (including costs), and what to expect when you start treatment with an expert TRT doctor.

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Start your treatment

Your doctor will design a personalised treatment plan that works specifically for you and your lifestyle. It may include medication, lifestyle advice or supplements. 

TeamMeet our TRT experts

We have the UK’s leading testosterone specialists on board, so you know you’re in good hands

FAQs
Testosterone replacement therapy service, everything you need to know
Curated by Dr. Chris Airey, Testosterone Medical Expert
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