Test your male hormone levels

Unlock your full potential with our Male Hormones test. It measures key biomarkers, helping you optimize your testosterone levels, sexual well-being, and overall health.

15-minute appointments
Results within 2 working days
Easy sign up and booking
Track results over time
Tested by medical experts
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15-minute appointments
Results within 2 working days
Easy sign up and booking
Track results over time
Tested by medical experts
Secured in-app data

Understand key factors affecting

Sexual well-being

Look into hormonal imbalances that may affect erectile function, sex drive, and more.

Vitality

Assess health markers linked to mood, energy levels, and overall well-being.

Weight change

Explore factors that can impact bodyweight changes and muscle formation.

male hormones test

What’s included in the Male Hormones test?

9 male health biomarkers

Professional blood draw at our lab

Results in 2 working days, trackable in the app

Optional online results consultation with a doctor

Personalized information, including health tips

Add-on Test

Male hormones

Some hormones are especially important for male health. Check your levels with this test.
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Testosterone

Testosterone is a sex hormone that's important for muscle and bone strength, sperm production, ovarian function, and sex drive. It's mainly produced in the testes, ovaries, and adrenal glands.

Free testosterone

Only 1-2% of all testosterone is unbound by proteins and circulates freely in the blood. Unbound testosterone is the biologically active form of the hormone.

Free testosterone index

The free testosterone index (FTI) estimates how much active testosterone is in your blood for your cells and tissues to use.

SHBG

Sex-hormone binding globulin (SHBG) is produced primarily in the liver and controls the amount of available active sex hormones like estrogen and testosterone.

DHEAS

DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) is a hormone that affects the development of biological features commonly classified as male. DHEAS is a slightly different but more stable form of DHEA, and is easier to measure.

Prolactin

The main function of prolactin is stimulating milk production following childbirth in females. In males it influences libido and fertility.

Estradiol

Estradiol is the most common type of estrogen, a hormone regulating the development of female characteristics and reproductive health. It's produced by both males and females, but in higher amounts by females.

FSH

Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) is produced by the pituitary gland and links the brain and the sex organs. It affects sperm production and the formation of egg-carrying follicles during the menstrual cycle.

LH

Luteinizing hormone (LH) from the pituitary gland connects the brain to the gonads. In males, it triggers testosterone; in females, it orchestrates menstrual cycles and prompts ovulation and egg implantation.

Aware MEmbership

How does it work

Join Aware

Download the app and become a member.

Unlock access

As an Aware member, you'll get access to the hormone test, plus more.

Book your test

Choose an appointment at one of our labs at a time that suits you.

Receive results

They'll be ready in 2 working days in the app.

Didn't find what you were looking for?

Check out our Female Hormones test.

FAQ

We’re here to answer your questions

When is the best time to test male hormones?

Male hormone levels follow a daily cycle called the circadian rhythm, with testosterone typically peaking in the early hours. To get the most accurate reading, we ask you to schedule hormone tests between 7 AM and 10 AM.

How long does a blood test take?

At Aware, our medical team usually needs about 2–5 minutes to collect a sample.

If you’re nervous or afraid of blood tests or have a history of fainting, know that you’re not alone. Let our medical team know and we can go at your pace. We’ll make sure to give you as much time as you need to feel comfortable and have a smooth experience. You can also lie down if you prefer, just let us know.

How accurate and reliable are your test results?

Aware only works with certified and accredited German labs that meet the highest standards for equipment, personnel, and quality control by regulatory agencies. The German Medical Association's Guidelines for Quality Assurance of Laboratory Medical Examinations (RiliBÄK) are very strict and thorough, ensuring highly accurate results.

Blood tests performed by certified labs generally deliver very accurate and reliable results. However, no test is 100% accurate.

Factors such as the specific test being performed, the quality of the sample, and certain medical conditions can affect the accuracy of test results. Additionally, test results should be interpreted in the context of medical/family history and other personal health-related information.

Over time, repeat testing shows important trends and patterns that are more accurate than a single result.

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