Testosterone for Men

Test your testosterone levels and get repeat treatment with free and fast delivery.

Prices from £49.99

To get a treatment, fill in a brief medical questionnaire. A doctor will review your request and prescribe treatment if it’s right for you. For test kits, you can just place an order. Once you’ve sent your sample to our UK accredited partner laboratory, results and advice from our doctors will be ready in 2 to 3 days.

Testosterone is a steroid hormone (an androgen) which men make in their testicles and adrenal glands. Testosterone has a variety of functions and is produced in high amounts in both men and women during puberty.

You can test your total testosterone levels using our home test kit. If your level is low, a repeat test is recommended after 4 weeks and you would need to see your GP or specialist to discuss starting treatment.

If you have low testosterone and are already prescribed treatment and have regular check ups, you can get repeat treatment online.

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Who can get testing or treatment online?

You can get tested if you’re a male over the age of 18.

You can get treatment online if:

  • You’re aged 18 to 65
  • You have had 2 blood tests 4 weeks apart by your GP or specialist which have confirmed low testosterone
  • You have testosterone deficiency, are currently being treated for it by your specialist, are up to date with checkups and have been on testosterone replacement treatment for a year
  • You don’t have current or past health conditions that make testosterone treatment unsafe

How the test works

The test used to measure testosterone levels is a blood test. It is a convenient way to test your total testosterone levels without having to see a doctor:

  • Your kit will contain 3 lances and a collection tube
  • You will provide a sample of blood from your finger
  • The sample will be used to test your testosterone levels

Your results will be provided to you via your account. They should be ready within 2–3 days of the laboratory receiving your sample.

Levels of testosterone can vary a lot during the day and with meals. It is important that your blood sample is taken early in the morning (between 7am and 11am) and that you are fasting (this means that you should not eat or drink anything, except water, from 11pm the night before). If you have diabetes or have been told not to fast please chat to your GP or online doctor before taking the test.

It is also important that you don’t take the sample if you are feeling unwell as this can also lower your testosterone level.

Side effects of testosterone replacement therapy

The side effects of testosterone replacement therapy can include:

  • local skin irritation if testosterone gel is used
  • too much water in your body (fluid retention)
  • acne
  • greasy (oily) skin
  • growing breast tissue (which in men is called gynecomastia)
  • passing more urine
  • higher risk of prostate abnormalities
  • higher number of red blood cells
  • higher risk of blood clots
Medically reviewed by:
Dr Simran Deo Doctor

Dr Simran Deo qualified from St George’s, University of London in medicine in 2006 with a distinction in her written finals. She went on to specialise in general practice, obtaining the MRCGP certification in 2012. In 2014 she received a merit for the Diploma in Dermatology from Cardiff University.

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Last reviewed: 23 Apr 2020

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