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TRT BLOOD TESTS

Private Blood Tests for Testosterone Replacement Therapy

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TRT Blood Tests

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Blood tests that support Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)

Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)

Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)

Low testosterone in men is now being addressed by many private clinics across the UK - the blood tests outlined below have been created in order to address the assessment needs of the registered Doctors within those clinics and can be ordered online on this website. If you are seeing a TRT (Testosterone Replacement Therapy specialist then you can get your results quicker by choosing express reporting at checkout.

   

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  1. Basic Male hormone panel

    Testosterone is the primary male sex-hormone and it is the precursor to bioavailable androgens such as oestradiol. Prolactin is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland, it is important for sexual function and immunity
  2. TRT Diagnosis

    This comprehensive venous blood test encompasses all of the necessary investigations needed to initially diagnose men with low testosterone and then monitor them whilst on testosterone replacement therapy. It also looks at other general health parameters to give you a complete health screen.
  3. TRT Monitor

    This thorough venous blood test covers all of the necessary blood investigations needing to be routinely monitored whilst on testosterone replacement therapy, in order for you and your clinician to be confident that TRT is being prescribed safely and effectively.
  4. TRT Protocol

    This venous blood test will identify what physiological effect that your recent TRT protocol change has had on your most important hormone levels. Your prescribing doctor will take these into consideration alongside your current symptoms.

   

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