Male Fertility Panel
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Collection Method: Painless Arm Capillary Blood and Saliva Sample
For Men ages 18+
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Male fertility is dependent on your body producing and delivering appropriate sperm.
The quality of your sperm is affected by your hormones; therefore the importance to monitor your hormone levels.
KnowingLabs fertility test can help you physically and mentally prepare for a new season in your life, whether you and your partner are considering conceiving soon or want to plan for the future.
This test may be beneficial for you:
* If you have received a medical treatment that may affect fertility
* You and your partner have been trying to conceive unsuccessfully.
* If you have experienced retrograde ejaculation.
* If you have experienced any other sperm disorder.
* If you experience hormone imbalances
This Panel measures the following Hormones: Testosterone Total, Free Testosterone, Cortisol, Follicle Stimulating Hormone, and Luteinizing Hormone.
Ready for fatherhood? KnowingLabs fertility test can help you and your partner prepare physically and mentally as you embark on this exciting new journey.
With hormones playing an essential role in determining sperm quality, tracking hormone levels with our tests help to ensure the best possible outcome when it comes time to conceive. So why to wait any longer - start planning now!
Testosterone Total: Testosterone is a growth hormone produced by the adrenal cortex. It is important for the maintenance of bone and muscle mass, as well as that of the male reproductive system. Low testosterone in men leads to symptoms such as weight, fatigue and even infertility. Testosterone Total is the standard biomarker and refers to the total amount of testosterone in the body.
Free Testosterone: Testosterone is a growth hormone produced by the adrenal cortex. It is important for the maintenance of bone and muscle mass, as well as that of the male reproductive system. Low testosterone in men leads to symptoms such as weight, fatigue and even infertility. Free Testosterone refers to the amount of bioavailable testosterone in the body and allows for a more thorough diagnosis.
Cortisol: Released by the adrenal glands, cortisol is the stress hormone that maintains the body’s energy by regulating the release of glucose and the usage of this glucose as an energy source. In times of elevated stress, high cortisol causes a reduction of testosterone, thereby hindering male fertility.
FSH: Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) is crucial to the functioning of the reproductive system. Stimulating the production of sperm in the testes, FSH count is an important biomarker when diagnosing the cause of infertility.
LH: Luteinizing hormone (LH) is crucial to the functioning of the reproductive system. Stimulating the production of testosterone, LH count is an important biomarker when diagnosing the cause of infertility.
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Every Test We Perform Is Reviewed And Approved By An Independent Board-Certified Physician Within Your State.