Testosterone Test

Measures testosterone – the primary male sex hormone.

Collection Method: Saliva

$ 99

What's This Test About?

If you are 45 or older, there’s a 40% chance you have low testosterone. This can occur at any age due to poor diet, sleep deprivation, stress, lack of exercise, and alcohol.


Testosterone is the primary driver of male performance. If you have any of the following symptoms, we encourage you to take this home test.

Related Symptoms

Erectile Dysfunction

Low Semen Volume

Low Sperm Count

Poor Sex Drive

Poor Stamina

Weak Ejaculation

What's Measured?
Personalised Results

View a personalised report of each male performance biomarker along with detailed information about what the results mean for you.

How It Works

Get tested in the comfort of your home.

1. Order your test

Select a home-based test, order, and we will ship a FREE test kit to you.

2. Register your kit

After opening the kit, register your test online (each kit has a unique test kit ID). This links the test to your account on the secure online platform where your results will appear.

3. Collect your sample

Collect a saliva sample for your test.

4. View your test results

Once the lab receives your sample, you can view your results on a secure online account within 2 to 5 business days. Results are easy to understand.

5. Optimise your male performance

Based on your results, we recommend lifestyle, diet, and personalised supplements packs shipped to you every 30 days. Track and measure improvements in your male performance with regular testing.

Inside Your Kit

We'll send you everything you need to take your test wherever and whenever that suits you best. You'll also receive a short guide to walk you through each simple step of the sample collection process.

Saliva Sample Collection

It’s never been easier and more convenient to evaluate a wide range of hormones. All it takes is spitting into a tube and a few simple directions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our Highly Accredited Network of Laboratories
Our labs use various monitoring techniques, including inspections and audits, to promote confidence in laboratory results, to assure the quality of the data generated, and to ensure compliance with Medical Laboratory accreditation (ISO 15189).