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Testosterone Levels Test

Testosterone level tests measure the amount of testosterone, a hormone produced primarily by the testes in the body. Testosterone is important for many aspects of health, including sex drive, muscle growth, and bone density. These tests can help diagnose and monitor conditions such as hypogonadism.

Different types of testosterone tests measure various forms of testosterone in the blood. The most common one is the total testosterone test, which measures both bound and free testosterone.

The test is usually done early in the morning, between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m., because testosterone levels are highest at this time.

CBC Levels Test

CBC stands for complete blood count. A CBC level test is a common and comprehensive blood test that analyzes various components of your blood. It provides a broad picture of your overall health and helps diagnose a wide range of conditions. 

A complete blood test measures red blood cells(RBC), white blood cells(WBC), and platelets.  

Red blood cells transport oxygen from the lungs to the body’s tissues and carry carbon dioxide back to the lungs for exhalation. The RBC test measures hemoglobin, hematocrit, and Mean Corpuscular Volume. 

White blood cells are part of our immune system and help the body fight against diseases. The WBCs test measures the number and sometimes the types of WBCs in the body.

Platelets are small cell fragments that help your blood clot to stop bleeding.

CMP Levels Test

CMP, which stands for a comprehensive metabolic panel, is a blood test that helps doctors determine the body’s fluid balance and levels of electrolytes such as potassium and sodium. 

It also provides information on the status of your body’s metabolism, including the health of your kidneys and liver, blood glucose levels, and blood protein. 

The CMP includes the following different tests: 

  • Glucose
  • Calcium
  • Sodium, Potassium, Bicarbonate, and Chloride
  • Albumin
  • ALP, ALT, and AST
  • Bilirubin
  • BUN ( Blood, Urea, Nitrogen) 

Estradiol Levels Test

An estradiol test, also known as an E2 test, measures the amount of estradiol hormone in your blood. Estradiol is the most critical type of estrogen, a sex hormone essential for many bodily functions in both females and males. Estradiol levels can vary based on age, sex, and reproductive status.

The estradiol test is used for various reasons, including:

Evaluating menstrual problems, such as irregular periods, amenorrhea (absence of periods), or heavy bleeding.

Assessing ovarian function: particularly in cases of suspected ovarian failure or menopause.

Monitoring fertility treatments, including in vitro fertilization (IVF).

Diagnosing and managing certain cancers, such as breast cancer or ovarian cancer.

Assessing male gynecomastia: the development of breast tissue in men.

Evaluating delayed puberty: in girls and boys.


PSA stands for Prostate-Specific Antigen, a type of protein produced by the normal and malignant cells of the prostate gland, which is located below the bladder in men. The PSA test measures the level of PSA in the blood. 

The primary purpose of the PSA test is to detect prostate cancer early. The PSA test was first approved by the FDA in 1986 to monitor the progression of prostate cancer in men who had already been diagnosed with the disease. A PSA test is a simple blood test.

A healthcare professional will insert a needle into a vein in your arm to draw a small blood sample, which will then be sent to a laboratory for analysis.

During the test, a blood sample is taken from the patient and sent to a laboratory to measure the level of PSA in the blood. Elevated levels of PSA can indicate prostate cancer. Still, they can also be caused by other conditions, such as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) or prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate).


A DHEA test, also known as a DHEA-sulfate (DHEAS) test, is a blood test that measures the level of dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS) in your blood. DHEAS is a steroid hormone produced by the adrenal glands. Our body converts DHEA into androgens and estrogen. 


Both men and women produce testosterone and estrogen. Men produce more testosterone, while women produce more estrogen.  

DHEA plays an essential role in the development of male sex characteristics during puberty. Also, it is necessary for reproduction in both men and women. 

A DHEA test may be done for several reasons, including:

  • To diagnose adrenal gland problems
  • To diagnose or monitor certain sex hormone disorders.
  • To diagnose the adrenal tumor 

A DHEA test is a simple blood test. A healthcare professional inserts a needle into a vein in your arm and draws a small amount of blood. The blood is then sent to a laboratory for analysis.

Vitamin B-12-Folate

Vitamin B-12 tests help doctors measure the amount of vitamin B-12 in the body. The average level ranges from 200 to 900 picograms per milliliter, but it also depends on the method of measurement.

Vitamin B-12 plays important roles in the body, including nerve function, DNA production, and red blood cell formation. 

Doctors usually recommend vitamin B-12 when: 

  • Suspected Vitamin B-12 deficiency 
  • High Serum Folate levels
  • Pernicious Anemia 
  • Symptoms of other conditions such as liver disease, leukemia, and diabetes.

High levels of vitamin B-12, above 900pg/ml, may suggest liver or kidney issues. 

Low levels of vitamin B-12, below 200pg/ml, may suggest vitamin B-12 deficiency or pernicious anemia.  

Lipidw/ chol- HDL Test

A Lipid Panel, also called a lipid profile, is a blood test that measures the level of lipids (fats) in the blood. 

The lipid panel typically includes the following components:

Total Cholesterol: The overall amount of cholesterol in the blood. High levels can increase the risk of heart disease.

Low-Density Lipoprotein (LDL) Cholesterol: Often called “bad” cholesterol, high levels can lead to plaque buildup in arteries, increasing the risk of heart disease and stroke.

High-Density Lipoprotein (HDL) Cholesterol: Known as “good” cholesterol, HDL helps remove LDL cholesterol from the arteries. Higher levels of HDL are generally better.

Triglycerides: A type of fat in the blood. High levels can also increase the risk of heart disease.

This test is recommended every five years for people aged 45 and older. Additionally, doctors generally recommend testing every 12 months for people with:

  • Heart Diseases
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Stroke
  • Kidney Diseases

Your doctor may recommend not eating anything for 8 to 12 hours before this test.

Prolactin test

Prolactin is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland. Its primary function is to stimulate milk production in women after childbirth. However, both men and women have prolactin, and various factors can influence its levels. 

Prolactin tests measure the levels of prolactin in the body. When women are pregnant or have just given birth, their prolactin levels increase so they can breastfeed the child. 

But sometimes, a person may have high prolactin levels even if the person is not pregnant.

Doctors may order a prolactin test for several reasons:

  • Evaluation of Fertility Issues
  • Assessment of Pituitary Function
  • Monitoring Treatment
  • Evaluation of Galactorrhea

IGF-1 Test

An IGF-1 (Insulin-like Growth Factor 1) test measures the level of IGF-1 in your blood. IGF-1 is a hormone similar in molecular structure to insulin. It plays a vital role in childhood growth and has anabolic effects in adults. 

IGF-1, in coordination with growth hormone, promotes the average growth of bones and tissue. The IGF-1 test helps you determine if your body is making normal growth hormones.

The IGF-1 test is used to diagnose: 

  • GH deficiency 
  • GH insensitivity
  • Gigantism
  • Acromegaly

To perform the test, the doctor will insert a small needle into your arm’s vein to collect a blood sample. The doctor will then inject a small amount of blood into the test tube. This test usually takes less than 5 minutes. 


SHBG stands for Sex hormone-binding globulin. It is a type of hormone found in blood and binds to sex hormones, including testosterone, dihydrotestosterone, and estrogen. The liver makes SHBG and carries these three hormones throughout the blood.

The SHBG test measures the amount of SHBG in the blood. The healthcare professional usually recommends this test if he suspects you have abnormal testosterone levels. 

This test also helps to diagnose conditions like:

  • Androgen Deficiency 
  • Hypogonadism

Low levels of SHBG indicate:

  • Obesity
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Type-2 Diabetes

High Levels of SHBG indicate: 

  • HIV
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Hepatitis

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