Testosterone Total Test in Panchkula


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The Testosterone Total Test is a blood test that counts and differentiates between free testosterone and the testosterone attached to proteins. The doctors usually recommend this test if there exist symptoms of abnormal testosterone levels.

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Who all are eligible for this test?

•  Infertile men and women• People with Reduced sex drive in men and women • Women with Excess body and facial hair growth and hormonal disorders.• Men with Difficulty in getting erection• People with Unexplained weight gain

Why take this test?

• This test reveals many lifestyle and health issues.•  Important in the diagnosis of hypogonadism (androgen deficiency in men).•  This is helpful in the diagnosis of hirsutism and PCOS in women.•  It detects excess or low production of the testosterone hormone in the body.• Tells us about infertility, menstrual periods, and excess body hair.• It detects unusual symptoms such as drastic hair loss, persistent acne problems, weight loss, etc.

What are the benefits of this test?

• This testosterone test, in conjunction with other tests, can help your doctor to understand the cause of unusual symptoms.•  It assists doctors in preparing treatment for male-specific issues such as low sex drive, erectile dysfunction, and so on.

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Q. How can I book my test?

A. If you are planning to book diagnostic tests with Redcliffe Labs, then it is quite a simple and smooth process. All you have to do is just call us and our well trained and patient-friendly representatives will book an appointment for you. Also, you can book the test online by visiting our website and as soon as we get your query within no time we will make sure to book the appointment for you.

Q. In how much time will I get my test report?

A. Redcliffe Labs knows how important the timing is when it comes to health checkups. We make sure that reports are sent to you as soon as possible so that you can begin with the right treatment and medications on time. You will get your reports within 24 hours.

Q. Where can I see or get my test results?

A. You can receive your test results at your given email address or on your phone number and also on WhatsApp. Redcliffe Labs makes sure to send precise and timely reports following the highest standards to maintain quality.

Q. Is home sample collection available for this test?

A. Yes, home sample collection is available for the diagnostic tests as per your needs. Once the test is booked as per your diagnostic requirements, our expert phlebotomist will reach your given address to collect the sample.
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Testosterone Total Test in Panchkula

Testosterone is a male-dominating hormone, but it is also found in females. In males, it has some unique functions like helping with stamina, enhancing muscle mass, regulating sperm formation and sex drive, and much more. This hormone also affects mood or behavior and masculine characteristics and is an essential hormone for male reproductive health.

Testosterone hormone levels in males

Its low level may cause erectile dysfunction, male infertility or impotence, low stamina and strength, weight gain, weak bones, low libido, etc. But a high level of testosterone happens infrequently, and most of the time, it doesn't cause any major concern.

Testosterone hormone levels in females

In females, it is generally found in a lower amount than in males, and its high level is responsible for the appearance of male traits in a woman. Women with high testosterone levels exhibit specific symptoms such as irregular or absent menstruation, excess acne and male pattern facial hair, baldness or hair loss in the scalp region, and infertility-like condition.

A low testosterone level may lead to weak bones, infertility, and low libido. Thus, a high and low level of this male-dominating hormone can greatly affect a woman's reproductive health.

What does "total testosterone" mean?

Testosterone hormone is typically found in bound form, with only 2% of its total quantity in free form. Therefore, the testosterone total test detects both bound and free testosterone existing in the bloodstream.

Why is a total testosterone test essential?

Measuring the level of total testosterone is a way to detect unusual functioning of this hormone in males and females alike. In males, it also helps to know the real cause of infertility and erectile dysfunction. While in females, it can help detect the appearance of symptoms related to high levels, including PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) or PCOD, early or delayed puberty, and other abnormal conditions.

A total testosterone test is also used to diagnose health conditions in children (both genders). The test is also important for patients on hormonal replacement therapy, including transgenders.

What is the purpose of the total testosterone test?

The total testosterone test in Panchkula is used to detect the value of bound and free testosterone levels in the blood. Any fluctuation in its normal values may cause abnormal health issues and changes in physical appearance. 

Total testosterone test assessment aids in analyzing the response of patients to hormonal therapy, determining the cause of abnormalities arising due to its imbalance, and determining whether the testosterone level in the blood is high or low.

In males, testosterone is produced in the adrenal gland and testicles, while in females, it is mainly produced in the ovaries and other parts. The free form of testosterone is also known as the active form, which exists in the blood in 2% quantity. The rest of the 98% is a bounded form of testosterone hormone or inactive form.

Thus, a measures this hormone's active and inactive forms. This is the common test and measures both values in (ng/dL) or nanograms per deciliter of blood. 

But free testosterone tests are less often needed and performed rarely. It also measures this hormone in nanograms per deciliter.

When should a total testosterone level be done?

A doctor may recommend this test if a male is experiencing symptoms like low libido, weak bones, infertility, late or early puberty, and erectile dysfunction. Or also when he detects an abnormal health issue related to low levels of testosterone, or the person has HIV or has gone through testicular chemotherapy.

And in females who are suspicious and show high levels of testosterone along with specific symptoms like a change of voice, irregular periods, excess acne, hair fall, etc.

Normal values of the total testosterone test

Normal values in males: Total testosterone levels differ between genders and age groups, with males over 18 having levels ranging from 280 - 1,100 nanograms per litre (ng/dL).

Normal values in females: Females between the ages of 20 to 50 can expect a total testosterone level ranging from 15- 70 nanograms per litre (ng/dL), while females over 50 can expect a level ranging from 5 - 40 ng/dL.

What do total testosterone test results predict?

A lower testosterone level than the normal range shows subfertility, myotonic dystrophy, testicular failure, and other functional disorders as described above. A higher testosterone level in males shows adrenal and testicular tumors and congenital hyperplasia. High levels in women may be linked with PCOS, adrenal gland tumors, and ovarian cancer.

How to perform the total testosterone test?

It is usually a simple test typically done in the early morning. A phlebotomist takes a blood sample from the arm, and it takes only a few minutes during the whole procedure. Before the test, inform your doctor if you are taking any medications, steroids, or have consumed alcohol, as this can affect test results. The testosterone level may fluctuate throughout the whole day or hours, so it has to be repeated if the test shows an abnormally high or low level.

Redcliffe Labs offers total testosterone tests near you

To get the total testosterone level near you, Redcliffe Labs is the place to trust. The well-trusted diagnostic test by millions of people follows all the standard protocols strictly for complete accuracy and also delivers timely results.

An expert panel of Redcliffe Labs uses sophisticated diagnostic instruments to detect and analyze the total testosterone level in the blood sample with complete surety of error-free results. 

And the test report can be collected within 48 hours of the post-sample collection.

The total cost of a testosterone test at Redcliffe Labs

Even the cost of the test can be easily managed without giving it a second thought. A total testosterone test cost in Panchkula is available here for just 389 INR.

For more information, contact us today at www.redcliffelabs.com and book a slot for a sample collection visit for your convenience and safety at your nearest location.

Frequently Asked Questions
What does a Testosterone Test tell you?
Testosterones regulate sex drive, fat distribution, mass distribution and sperm, and red blood cell production, and the testosterone test measures the testosterone levels in the body.
    When should testosterone be tested?
    The best time for blood sample collection for Testosterone Tests is in the morning when the levels are higher than at any other time of the day, which allows for better examination.
      What happens if testosterone levels are low and high?
      Low Testosterone levels can affect erectile dysfunction, decrease sex drive and reduce bone mass. On the contrary, elevated testosterone levels can create problems with infertility and increase potential risks for certain types of cancers.
        What are normal testosterone levels?
        In male: 300 to 1,000 ng/dL, In female: 15 to 70 ng/dL
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