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Male Hormone & Adrenocortex Stress Profile | Pathology

$280.00

These two tests provide valuable insight into a male’s hormonal and adrenal status. A simple saliva test can measure important hormones like testosterone and androgen. These hormones can rapidly decline with age and consequently cause a host of potential health conditions.

Description

DESCRIPTION

This comprehensive test considers male hormone and adrenal stress levels to highlight potential imbalances. A simple saliva test can measure important hormones like testosterone and androgen. These hormones can rapidly decline with age and cause a host of potential health conditions. 

An Adrenocortex Stress Profile draws on secretory IgA levels and the stress hormones cortisol and DHEA to detect symptoms of adrenal fatigue. The body’s two adrenal glands are located above the kidneys and are integral to the endocrine (hormonal) system. Stress levels can therefore contribute to hormone function and disturb the essential balance. 

Where a stress profile can detect levels of adrenal fatigue and stress, the Male Hormone Profile can highlight the effects of this stress on the body’s essential hormones. As the male body ages, testosterone and androgen can become depleted. A range of health conditions can present as these hormone levels decline or fluctuate. 

TEST IF YOU EXPERIENCE ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING:

  • Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia and mood disorders
  • Fatigue and ‘brain fog’
  • Regular headaches
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Irregular sleeping patterns
  • Low energy levels
  • Salt cravings
  • Thyroid Dysfunction
  • Impaired immunity

HOW IT WORKS

Step 1: Receive Pathology Forms
You will receive a package which will include all instructions, pathology form, details of sample collection locations.

Step 2: Pathology assessment
Once your samples are received by the lab they will be assessed. The turn around time for results is 7 – 10 business days but please be aware laboratory times may vary and you may experience a delay in results.

Step 3: Medical Team review results
Once your confidential results have been sent to the medical team for review, they will call you to discuss your results and appropriate treatment options moving forward.

Step 4: Results sent to the patient
Finally, a copy of your results will be sent through to you for your reference.

CONTACT US

If you are unsure if you need this assessment or would like to know more please contact us.

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