Comprehensive Male Hormone and Wellness Panel – Fasting


  • CBC with platelets
  • CMP-14
  • LH and FSH 
  • Total and Free Testosterone 
  • Estradiol 
  • PSA 
  • Lipid Panel 
  • HgbA1C 
  • TSH, Free T4, Free T3, Reverse T3
  • DHEAS 
  • Insulin
  • Vitamin D,25 OH
  • IGF-1


CBC measures the number and types of cells in your blood, such as red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. This test can help detect anemia, infections, inflammation, bleeding disorders, and leukemia.

CMP-14(comprehensive metabolic panel) tests the current status of your liver, kidneys, and acid/base balance. It also gives the current status of your blood sugar and blood proteins. 

LH and FSH :  Low levels of LH(luteinizing hormone) may mean that your pituitary gland isn’t making enough LH. This can lead to too little testosterone production.   High FSH(follicle-stimulating hormone) levels may mean: Your testicles have been damaged due to chemotherapy, radiation, infection, or alcohol abuse.   Having these 2 numbers help your physician to determine underlying causes of low testosterone. 

Total and Free Testosterone :  Total testosterone test measures free testosterone and testosterone that is attached to proteins. Free testosterone test measures only the “active” form of testosterone.  

Estradiol test measures to see whether the body is producing too much estrogen.

PSA test is used to screen for prostate cancer, it measures the amount of prostate-specific antigen(PSA) in your blood.

Lipid panel  test measures the amount of cholesterol and triglycerides in your blood. These are types of fats that can affect your heart health. This test can help assess your risk of cardiovascular diseases, such as heart attack and stroke.

HbA1C(hemoglobin A1C) is a blood test that tests your blood sugar(glucose) levels. This is used to screen for diabetes, and help monitor your condition if you have been diagnosed with diabetes. 

TSH measures the amount of the thyroid stimulating hormone(TSH) in your blood. This can tell you if you have hyperthyroidism(too much thyroid hormone) or hypothyroidism(too little thyroid hormone). This test does not show you what is causing the problem. Free T3(triiodothyronine) and Free T4(thyroxine) are hormones produced by your thyroid that flow through your bloodstream independently. Reverse T3 test measures the inactive form of T3(triiodothyronine).

DHEAS test(DHEA Sulfate test) measures the levels of a steroid hormone that your body converts into estrogen and testosterone. 

Insulin test measures the amount of insulin in your blood. 

Vitamin D,25 OHis actually a hormone.  Too little affects immune function, weight, immunity, mood and more.   Levels too high, can actually cause calcium in the bloodstream, which can negatively affect your kidneys.

IGF-1 measures the amount of IGF-1(insulin- like growth factor 1) in your blood.