£79 + £30 phlebotomy fee

Are you curious about your fertility? This test offers a comprehensive check of your fertility status.

Have your mood, sex drive, or energy levels been lower lately? A hormone imbalance may be the cause. This test provides a picture of your hormone levels to see if they are in the healthy range for your age group.

Testosterone is an important hormone which regulates a significant number of bodily functions from sex drive, fertility and mood to muscle mass, fat distribution, and the production of red blood cells.

Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHGB) controls the quantity of hormones available for your body to use. Therefore, too much or too little SHBG can indicate that your body has more or less hormones available than what it needs.

Free Androgen Index (FAI) is a ratio calculated using testosterone and SHBG levels, to indicate how much free testosterone is available to be used for essential bodily functions.

Oestradiol is a steroid hormone which is involved in controlling erectile function, libido, and sperm production. As men get older, oestradiol levels naturally rise as testosterone levels fall.

Prolactin is a hormone made in your pituitary gland, which regulates testosterone secretion and sperm production.

Elevated levels of oestradiol and prolactin can lead to fertility issues.

Symptoms of hormonal imbalances

Low energy or fatigue, Erectile dysfunction, Low sex drive or libido, Infertility, Anxiety, depression or brain fog, Enlarged breast tissue, Bloating, Headaches, Blurred vision, Loss of bone density, Hypopituitarism (Reduction of overall hormone production from the pituitary gland.)

You should take this test if:

  • You are undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy
  • You suffer from Klinefelter syndrome
  • You suffer from type 1 and type 2 diabetes
  • You suffer from haemochromatosis
  • You have a pituitary gland disorder
  • You are obese
  • You suffer from chronic stress
  • You take anabolic steroids
  • You have a family history of low testosterone
  • You suffer from thyroid issues
  • You have kidney or liver infection
  • You have anorexia nervosa

This test should be taken while fasting, or in other words, before you have eaten or drank anything that morning (other than water).