Hormone Testing


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  1. 17 Hydroxyprogesterone : HCG + TRT Efficacy Predictor

    To find out if sperm count is normalized in men using hCG plus TRT, several studies have found that 17OH-P blood level is correlated to intratesticular testosterone (ITT) required for the testicles to make sperm, so testing for this hormone could not only save time while optimizing HCG dose/frequency but also eliminate the need to perform testicular aspirations, a very difficult procedure to do. Sperm count does not stabilize until 6-8 weeks after starting hCG plus TRT, so knowing your 17OH-progesterone blood level can give you a quick way to determine if your hCG dose and frequency is adequate before your first follow-up semen analysis after 8 weeks.

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  2. ACTH Plasma

    Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH, also known as adrenocorticotropin and corticotropin) is a hormone produced in the anterior pituitary gland that stimulates the adrenal glands to release cortisol, dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), and aldosterone. The ACTH plasma test quantifies the blood's level of ACTH. A patient's blood is drawn for the test and then sent to a lab for examination. The test findings enable the diagnosis of ailments such as Addison's disease, Cushing's syndrome, and adrenal tumors

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  3. Adrenal Insufficiency Panel- Basic

    Discounted Labs’ basic adrenal insufficiency panel includes cortisol, ACTH, and DHEA as a starting point. Depending on lab test results from this panel, physicians may choose to do an ACTH stimulation test, renin, potassium, and sodium. Imaging studies like a CT scan of the adrenal glands may also be considered to check for adrenal growths. In order to check for Addison's Disease, the auto-immune type of primary adrenal insufficiency, labs should be drawn to check 21-hydroxylase 

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  4. Aldosterone, serum

    Aldosterone (ALD) is one of a group of connected hormones. They form the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system; this system is activated when there is a decrease in blood flow to your kidneys following a drop in blood volume or blood pressure

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  5. Amenorrhea Test Panel

    Amenorrhea is the absence or abnormal cessation of the menses (menstruation periods). The initial useful laboratory tests are FSH, TSH, and prolactin.

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  6. Bodybuilder Blood Test Panel- Basic

    This panel provides smart bodybuilders with information that can help minimize potential short and long-term side effects and risks. This basic bodybuilder panel includes the following gold standard tests/panels: Cystatin C (The only accurate kidney function test for bodybuilders), hematocrit (blood viscosity factor), CMP (glucose, liver & kidney function, and electrolytes), total and free testosterone (LC/MS assay-no upper limit and no interference with anabolics), ultra-sensitive estradiol (The only accurate estradiol test for men), & lipid cholesterol panel. Fasting is required.



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  7. Bodybuilder Blood Test Panel- Beginner

    This is a simple bodybuilder test panel for those who do not require Cystatin-C or GGT tests.  The panel includes:

    • Complete Blood Count (Immune Cells, Red Blood Cells, and Hematocrit)
    • Complete Metabolic Panel (Blood sugar, electrolytes, kidney and liver function)
    • Lipids (LDL, HDL, and Triglycerides)
    • Testosterone, Total LC/MS and Free Testosterone by Equilibrium Dialysis
    • Ultrasensitve Estradiol (Only Test Accurate in Men)
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  8. Bodybuilder Blood Test Panel- Comprehensive

    Bodybuilders using testosterone and anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS) have to be smart about maximizing benefits and minimizing short- and long-term side effects while exercising and eating effectively for proper muscle gain, fat loss, and quality of life.  Harm reduction is key especially in the presence of barriers to care caused by stigma and judgement from medical practitioners. Here is a list of 14 carefully selected lab tests and panels that are essential in maintaining proper health while improving body composition and strength: Hematocrit, Lipid panel (LDL, HDL, triglycerides), Cystatin C kidney test, eGFR kidney test, GGT liver test, Total Testosterone (LC/MS), Free Testosterone (Equilibrium Ultrafiltration), Ultrasensitive Estradiol, Prolactin, DHT test (LC/MS), IGF-1 test (LC/MS), and ferritin. Fasting is required.


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  9. DHEA-Sulfate

    The adrenal gland produces a hormone known as dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA). It is also made in the brain. DHEA leads to the production of androgens and estrogens (male and female sex hormones). DHEA levels in the body begin to decrease after age 30. Lower DHEA levels are found in people with hormonal disorders, HIV/AIDS, Alzheimer's disease, heart disease, depression, diabetes, inflammation, immune disorders, and osteoporosis. Corticosteroids, birth control taken by mouth, and agents that treat psychiatric disorders may reduce DHEA levels.

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  10. DHT - Dihydrotestosterone

    This test measures the amount of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in the blood.  Low DHT has been associated with low libido and high DHT has been linked to acne, hair loss and benign prostatic inflammation in a minority of men.

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  11. Estradiol Ultra Sensitive (LC/MS) and Testosterone, Free (Dialysis) and Total, MS

    This panel includes the two gold standard tests for estradiol and testosterone (Total and Free) that use liquid chromatography/ mass spectrometry for best accuracy and no interactions.

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  12. ESTRADIOL Ultra Sensitive (LC/MS) Blood Test

    As low as $35.69

    This ultrasensitive estradiol test is recommended for men. The commonly used estradiol test may overestimate estradiol in men. That test uses immunoassay technology that cannot differentiate C-Reactive Protein (involved in inflammation) from estradiol, so it reads the combination of the two as estradiol. This ultrasensitive estradiol test is based on liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry (LC/MS), an assay technology that does not have that limitation. 

    Important note:  The blood sample is sent out to Quest Diagnostics Nichols Institute San Juan Capistrano, Caifornia.  Overnight delivery and testing is performed on Sunday and Friday.  Reports are available within 5-7 business days from the time the specimen is collected.


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  13. Fertility Panel for Women

    This fertility panel for women contains the main hormones tested (most using the most sensitive liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry) by reproductive endocrinologists to assess the potential for a woman to become pregnant.  Tests included are: LH, FSH, Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH), estradiol (LC/MS), progesterone (LC/MS), TSH and testosterone (LC/MS).

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  14. Free Estradiol (Sensitive)

    This test measures the free (unbound to SHBG or albumin) estradiol and total sensitive estradiol in blood. The test is performed using liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry (LC/MS). NOTE: This test is a send out test to Quest's Nichols Institute San Juan Capistrano.  Testing schedule is Mon and Wed.  Reports are available within 4-14 days from the time the specimen is received at the send out testing lab. Test results may take up to 16 business days.

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  15. Hashimoto's Test Panel

    1. TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) Test The TSH test is crucial for diagnosing Hashimoto's disease. It gauges the level of TSH that the pituitary gland produces, which in turn stimulates the thyroid to produce T4 and T3 hormones. Elevated TSH levels can indicate hypothyroidism, commonly associated with Hashimoto's disease 

    2. Thyroid Hormone Tests These tests measure the levels of free T3 (free triiodothyronine) and free T4 (free thyroxine) in the blood. A low level of free T4, along with an elevated TSH level, is a key indicator of Hashimoto's disease 

    3. Thyroid Antibody Tests Most individuals with Hashimoto's disease have thyroid peroxidase (TPO) antibodies in their blood. Testing for these and other thyroid-related antibodies is a significant step in diagnosing the condition 

    4. Thyroglobulin Antibody Test This test screens for antibodies against thyroglobulin, a protein in the thyroid gland. High levels are another marker of Hashimoto's disease

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  16. Hormone Panel for Men on TRT- Upstream & Downstream

    This hormone panel for men on testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) contains upstream and downstream hormones to testosterone.  TRT has been shown to decrease upstream hormones like pregnenolone and progesterone, and slightly decrease DHEA. Downstream hormone metabolites like ultrasensitive estradiol and DHT are also included.  Lastly, prolactin is added since high prolactin can decrease sexual function.  No LH and FSH were included since TRT shuts them down.

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  17. LH + FSH

    FSH and LH are produced by the pituitary gland to control the production of sex hormones including testosterone and estrogen, and sperm and egg cells. They are both important in diagnosing primary or secondary hypogonadism, infertility, or potential pituitary adenomas.

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  18. PCOS Test Panel

    This PCOS lab test panel includes: Lipid Panel, CBC, CMP, Prolactin, C-Peptide,TSH, Free T3, Fee T4, Sex Hormone binding Globulin, DHEA Sulfate, Estrogen, FSH,Insulin Fasting, A1c, LH, Progesterone, 17-OH Progesterone,Testosterone, Total (LC/MS) and Free (EquilibriumvDialysis), and Vitamin D.

    Polycystic literally means "many cysts." In medical terms, it usually refers to a condition called polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). PCOS is a hormonal disorder commonly seen in women of childbearing age. The condition is characterized by the presence of multiple fluid-filled cysts in the ovaries. PCOS can cause symptoms like irregular periods, weight gain, acne, and excessive hair growth. Women with PCOS may also experience infertility, diabetes, and heart disease later in life. The exact cause of PCOS is not known, but genetics and insulin resistance are considered contributing factors. PCOS is diagnosed based on symptoms, physical examination, and blood tests. 


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  19. Pre- TRT MALE Hormone / Wellness Panel

    As low as $262.50

    This hormone panel can be used to diagnose primary or secondary hypogonadism (testosterone deficiency), prostate health prior to initiating testosterone replacement therapy. It also includes information about cholesterol, hematocrit (red blood cell volume), liver, and kidney function. Fasting is required for CMP.

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  20. Pregnenolone

    Pregnenolone is known as the mother hormone. All other steroids including testosterone and estrogen are derived from this important hormone. For this reason, optimal blood levels of pregnenolone are critical for a healthy hormone balance.  This test uses liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry, the most accurate assay for hormones.

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  21. Progesterone

     Progesterone is a female hormone important for the regulation of ovulation and menstruation. It is also present in men in smaller concentrations. Progesterone is a steroid hormone that plays numerous roles within the human body. It is crucial to the production of sex hormones and corticosteroids, as well as playing a role as a neuro-steroid (brain function). 

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  22. Prolactin

     A prolactin blood test is used by doctors to evaluate sexual dysfunction or very low testosterone blood levels of unknown causes in both men and women.

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  23. Sex Hormone Binding Globulin - SHBG

    SHBG (sex hormone binding globulin) binds to testosterone and estradiol. High SHBG may decrease free testosterone and free estradiol.

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  24. Testosterone (T+F), Estradiol and DHT Panel

    This panel contains testosterone and its downstream metabolites: Estradiol and DHT. All three hormones are measured using Liquid Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (LC/MS), the most accurate assay for hormones. No interactions with supplements like biotin are present.

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  25. Testosterone (T+F), Hematocrit, Ultra Sensitive Estradiol and Prolactin Panel

    This discounted lab test panel for men includes total testosterone by liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry (the most accurate testosterone test), free testosterone, hematocrit, ultrasensitive estradiol test and prolactin hormone. 

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  26. Testosterone (Total + Free), Ultrasensitive Estradiol & Hematocrit

    The most economical lab test panel with 4 tests for men on TRT:

    1. Total Testosterone, Liquid Chromatography/ Mass Spectrometry
    2. Free Testosterone, Equilibrium Dialysis
    3. Ultrasensitive Estradiol, Liquid Chromatography/ Mass Spectrometry
    4. Hematocrit
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  27. Testosterone + LH + FSH Panel

    This panel includes: Total and Free Testosterone (LC/MS), Luteinizing Hormone (LH), and Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) at substantial savings that buying each test separately.

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  28. Testosterone, Free (Dialysis) and Total, MS

    THIS IS THE MOST AFFORDABLE TESTOSTERONE TEST IN THE U.S. This panel includes total testosterone measured by the most accurate method  and gold standard test (liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry), free testosterone percent by equilibrium dialysis, and free testosterone calculated from percent free T. This test is good more accurate for low and high testosterone blood levels (men who expect high testosterone blood levels over 1,500 ng/dL , women and children who usually have low T levels). It has no interferences with supplements or anabolics. Note: Results may take 5-7 business days. For a faster turnaround, choose this test instead: Testosterone, Free, Bioavailable and Total (With Lower & Upper Limit) plus SHBG


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  29. Testosterone, Free, Bioavailable and Total (With Lower & Upper Limit) plus SHBG

    This is the most cost effective testosterone test panel that takes the least amount of time to perform and that includes 5 important tests: 1- Total testosterone, 2- Calculated free testosterone, 3- Bioavailable (unbound) testosterone, 4- Sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG), and albumin. Testosterone upper limit under 1,500 ng/dL (ECLIA, immunoassay). It is accurate for most men using or not using TRT . For men expecting very high testosterone blood levels over 1,500 ng/dL or low total T below 250 ng/dL, the LC/MS testosterone test is more appropiate but it takes a few more days to perform.

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  30. Testosterone, SHBG, Hematocrit, Sensitive Estradiol and PSA

    This economical lab test panel includes: Testosterone, Free, Bioavailable and Total, Sex Hormone Binding Globulin -SHBG, Males, Immunoassay (Total Testosterone Lower Limit: 250 ng/dL & Upper Limit 1,500 ng/dL ), Complete Blood Count (CBC panel) Including hematocrit, PSA and Ultrasensitive Estradiol

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  31. Testosterone, Thyroid and Estradiol Panel

    Ordering these 5 hormone tests as a panel saves you over $20 when comparing it to buying tests separately.

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  32. Testosterone, Total ( LC/MS), Free T (Equilibrium Dialysis), Bioavailable T, and SHBG

    This Testosterone Panel Includes 5 Tests:

    • Testosterone, Total, LC/MS (most accurate testosterone test for men with high testosterone and women, no upper or lower limit)
    • Testosterone, Free. Free testosterone is best calculated based on the LC/MS/MS-derived total testosterone and equilibrium dialysis-derived percent free levels. 
    • Testosterone, Bioavailable. Biovailable testosterone is calculated based on the LC/MS/MS-derived total testosterone, equilibrium dialysis-derived percent free testosterone levels, albumin and SHBG.
    • Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG)
    • Albumin



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  33. Testosterone, Total and Free (NO Upper Limit) plus Hematocrit

    This is a very economical panel that includes: 1- Hematocrit: Portion of total blood volume made up of red blood cells. Testosterone replacement therapy can increase hematocrit. Hematocrit over 52 may increase blood thickness and cardiovascular risks. 2- Total (LC/MS- No upper Limit) and Free Testosterone by Equilibrium Analysis.

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  34. Thyroglobulin Antibody

    This test measures thyroglobulin antibodies commonly present in patients with Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Antibodies against the protein thyroglobulin can result in the destruction of thyroid cells. This destruction can lead to hypothyroidism.

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  35. TRT + hCG Lab Test Panel

    This panel includes: Testosterone, Total, LC/MS and Free (Equilibrium Dialysis), and 17-OH-progesterone, a metabolite that has been correlated with sperm production.

    Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) shuts down upstream hormones like LH and FSH required for sperm production, so men on TRT generally have a difficult time to father a child. Some studies show that adding human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) to a TRT protocol may improve sperm production since hCG is an analog of LH that could stimulate sperm production. But optimizing hCG dose and frequency based on sperm count can be a time consuming process since it takes at least 8 weeks to see changes in sperm tests. Fortunately, there is an easier way by measuring 17-OH-progesterone to predict the efficacy of the hCG+TRT protocol without having to wait for 8 weeks between hCG dose/frequency changes. 

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  36. TRT Basic Monitoring Panel

    This TRT basic lab test panel includes essential tests (CBC, CMP, ultrasensitive estradiol, and total & free testosterone) to monitor treatment in men on that have been testosterone replacement therapy for a few months. Test included:

    • CBC (White and red blood cells, hematocrit, etc)
    • CMP (glucose, liver & kidney function, etc)
    • Estradiol Ultra Sensitive
    • Total Testosterone (LC/MS)
    • Free Testosterone (Equilibrium Ultrafiltration

    Fasting is required for proper glucose testing as part of CMP.

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  37. TRT Hormone/Wellness Follow Up Panel

    As low as $208.95

    This panel includes main blood test variables monitored by many clinics that treat men with low testosterone.  This panel is for men who are already on testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) and who want to monitor their main blood tests. Fasting is required for CMP.

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  38. TRT MALE Hormone/Wellness Follow Up Panel

    This popular and cost-effective panel includes main blood test variables monitored by many clinics that treat men with low testosterone. This panel is for men who are already on testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) and who want to monitor their main blood tests. You save substantial amounts of money by ordering these tests together rather than one at a time. The panel includes: Total and free testosterone (LC/MS assay. No upper limit restriction), Sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG), Estradiol (sensitive- LC/MS assay), CBC (includes glucose, hematocrit and immune cells), CMP (includes liver and kidney function, eGFR), Lipids (LDL and HDL cholesterol and triglycerides) You can add PSA, DHEA-S, DHT and free T4 and free T3 from our menu for a fuller view at your response to TRT.

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  39. Women's Elite Hormone and Wellness Panel

    This complete lab test panel for women includes tests and panels that show your status on immune function, electrolytes, liver and kidney function, cholesterol, testosterone, estradiol, DHEA, thyroid function, blood sugar control, inflammation, vitamin deficiencies, anemia/fatigue, progesterone, and LH & FSH hormones.

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  40. Women's Hormone & Wellness Panel

    This cost effective discounted lab panel will provide a baseline overview of your sex hormones, thyroid gland, adrenal function, metabolic function, and overall health. Includes: CBC (includes immune and red blood cells and platelets), CMP (Includes kidney and liver function, glucose and electrolytes), Lipid Panel (LDL, HDL, Triglycerides), Testosterone free and total, Estradiol, DHEA-sulfate, TSH, Progesterone, and LH & FSH.

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  41. Women's Hormone Panel

    This hormone panel for women contains all basic hormones (except for LH and FSH, which you can add to your cart separately): DHEA-S, Estradiol (CLIA assay), Progesterone, Total Testosterone, LC/MS, Free Testosterone by Equilibrium Ultrafiltration, TSH,Free T3 and Free T4

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Hormones Tests - Top Panels and Individual Lab Tests You Can Buy Today!


The human body is a piece of complex machinery set into motion by hormones, enzymes, and other substances. Hormones are some of the most important elements and they travel throughout your entire body to influence the function of organs and tissues.

A hormone is basically a chemical messenger. Testing these hormones helps you find out important information about your health. Luckily, today's medical technology is able to identify and test more than 50 different hormones in the human body.

Keep reading to learn more about hormone tests and why you should order them. This article provides you with valuable information on individual hormone tests as well as complex hormone panels.

10 Top Hormone Panels You Can Order Today

Hormone panels are collections of hormones tested together to find out if you're struggling with some sort of deficiency or disease. In many cases, it's required to test more than one hormone to see if you have a thyroid problem, for example.

A testosterone panel is another good example in this case. This type of panel usually allows you to test your total testosterone as well as its fractions such as free testosterone, albumin-bound testosterone, or shbg-bound testosterone.

Here are some of the most popular hormone panels you can buy

1.   Hormone Panel for Men on TRT

Testosterone replacement therapy is increasingly popular in the United States and other developed countries in the world. It involves getting testosterone exogenously using creams or injections. This therapy is suitable for hypogonadal men, but it requires adequate monitoring and adjustments.

The Hormone Panel for Men on TRT will test your DHEA levels as well as estradiol, pregnenolone, progesterone, DHT, prolactin, total testosterone, and other hormones. Keeping track of all these hormones will increase your success with TRT.

2.   Women's Hormone Panel

This women’s lab test panel is designed for women and it contains a plethora of hormones as well. For example, you get a DHEA test as well as progesterone, pregnenolone, and testosterone tests. Included in this panel are also a few thyroid hormone tests such as T3 and T4. You can also add LH and FSH tests separately if you want to.

3.   Basic Bodybuilder Panel

Bodybuilders need to monitor their hormones to avoid polycythemia which is a condition that involves blood thickening. The basic bodybuilding panel includes multiple hormone tests such as total and free testosterone, hematocrit test, complete metabolic panel, and more.

If you just started with bodybuilding, this panel will provide you with accurate insight into how your body is performing. It's important to keep track of all these hormones to avoid the risks commonly associated with bodybuilding.

4.   Comprehensive Bodybuilder Panel

More experienced bodybuilders need to monitor additional hormones. This panel includes 14 different tests. Apart from the ones mentioned in the basic bodybuilding panel, this collection of tests also includes ferritin, complete blood count, and IGF-1 labs, among others.

The comprehensive bodybuilder panel is suitable for experienced bodybuilders as well as novice ones that want to keep all their hormones under control.

5.   Men/Women Hormone and Wellness Panels

These panels are relatively similar and they contain a plethora of hormone tests suitable for men and women alike. For example, the panels include complete blood count, thyroid tests, liver and kidney tests, as well as labs for sex hormones such as testosterone and estrogen.

If you want a complete snapshot of your health, the men's or women's wellness panels are probably your safest bet and they provide excellent value for money.

6.   Ultimate Lab Test Panel for Men and Women

This is probably the most comprehensive direct-to-consumer lab panel money can buy today. It's suitable for both men and women and it includes tests for your kidneys, liver, vitamin D deficiency, iron, inflammation biomarkers, sex hormones, thyroid hormones, etc.

This type of panel is suitable for those who want to get a complete overview of their health. It will also save you a lot of money in comparison with ordering this collection of tests separately.

7.   Testosterone Panels

You might be happy to find out that there are also various testosterone panels you can buy. The most basic one tests your testosterone and its fractions. However, some panels are a little bit more complex and they can also test your estradiol, DHT, PSA, Hematocrit, and/or prolactin levels.

These panels are suitable for people on TRT who need to keep their hormones in check. For example, if you're worried about prostate problems, order the Testosterone + PSA panel to see if your prostate-specific antigen is too high.

8.   Thyroid Panel

The thyroid gland is complex and important. It secretes hormones such as T3 and T4 which influence your entire body. Most thyroid panels test your T3, T4, as well as TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone). This panel will help you diagnose any thyroid problem you might have and it saves you money in comparison with ordering thyroid tests separately.

9.   Gynecomastia Panel

Gynecomastia is also known colloquially as "man boobs" and this condition might affect certain men on TRT. This happens when too much testosterone is converted into estrogen. The gynecomastia panel includes tests for testosterone, estradiol, DHT, prolactin, and other hormones.

10.                Erectile Dysfunction Panel

ED is relatively common among hypogonadal men. It involves the inability of having an erection or maintaining it to achieve satisfying intercourse. The ED panel includes tests for hormones that could be the cause of your ED such as testosterone, estradiol, thyroid hormones, DHEA, and others.

If you currently struggle with erectile dysfunction, this panel might provide an insight into what treatment to follow to cure this problem.

These are some of the most common hormone panels you can buy and each one of them provide excellent value for money. Now it's easier than ever to find out exactly what your hormone levels are and what treatment options you have to improve them if necessary.

20 Individual Labs Money Can Buy Today

We talked about complex hormone panels, but individual tests for specific hormones are equally important. Let's take a look at some of the most popular hormone tests you can use to learn more about your general health.

1.   Anti-Mullerian Hormone Test

The Anti-Mullerian hormone is important when assessing fertility status and ovarian function. Low levels of this hormone are related to difficulties conceiving a baby. Women might want to order this test to see if they currently struggle with unknown fertility issues.

2.   Free Estradiol (Sensitive)

Estradiol is a female sex hormone with an important role in both men and women. This test uses LC/MS testing methods to determine your free estradiol levels as accurately as possible. Men on TRT, among others, might want to order this test to keep their estradiol in check.

3.   Thyroxine-Binding Globulin

Thyroxine-binding globulin (TBG) links to thyroid hormones and helps them circulate freely in the body. Low levels of TBG don't show symptoms but could indicate underlying thyroid issues. You might need a TBG test to determine if you struggle with hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism.

4.   Growth Hormone

The growth hormone is important for muscle gain, exercise performance, and wound healing. A growth hormone blood test tells you if you have healthy levels of this substance or not. You might want to order this test if you fail to see muscle hypertrophy or if you feel lethargic all the time.

5.   Cortisol Test

Cortisol is one of the main "stress" hormones in the body. It's secreted by your adrenal glands in response to various stimuli. You can order a salivary or blood cortisol test. This information is useful in assessing the risk for more complicated diseases that can be caused by excessive stress.

6.   Insulin-Like Growth Factor-Binding Protein 3

This hormone is an important carrier of IGF-1 and it's required to determine if you're producing healthy levels of human growth hormone. If this test returns abnormal results, your pituitary gland might not function correctly.

7.   ACTH Plasma Test

ACTH stands for adrenal corticotropic hormone. It's a hormone produced by the pituitary to maintain the cortisol balance in your body. You might need an ACTH plasma test to see if you struggle with any diseases caused by too much or too little cortisol.

8.   Aldosterone Test

Aldosterone helps adjust the mineral balance in your system. It maintains sodium and potassium levels in a healthy range. Excessive aldosterone is also associated with serious cardiovascular complications. You might need this test if your blood pressure is high most of the time.

9.   Fasting Insulin

Insulin is a hormone secreted by the pancreas. It helps move blood sugar into cells to produce energy. A fasting insulin test is required to determine if you're predisposed to diabetes which is a life-threatening disease.

10.                Parathyroid Hormone

This hormone is released by the parathyroid glands. It maintains healthy calcium levels in your system. If you currently struggle with hypocalcemia, your doctor might order a parathyroid hormone test. This hormone is also helpful in diagnosing thyroid problems.

11.                Prolactin Test

Prolactin is known to support lactation in women, but it also plays other important functions. For example, it plays a role in immune function and supports the production of testosterone by the Leydig cells. However, too much prolactin might lead to sexual dysfunction in men.

12.                DHEA-Sulfate Test

DHEA-Sulfate is produced by the adrenal glands and it plays a vital role in the production of both male and female sex hormones. Abnormal levels of this hormone might indicate hormonal disorders. A DHEA test is required to find out if a patient is struggling with neurodegenerative disorders, excessive inflammation, etc.

13.                DHT Test

Dihydrotestosterone is similar to testosterone. Too much of it can lead to hair loss and acne. Too little DHT might lead to sexual dysfunction. This test helps you find out if your DHT levels are within normal ranges.

14.                Sex Hormone-Binding Globulin

SHBG is a protein carrier for testosterone. Most of the testosterone in the body is bound to SHBG. High levels of this hormone might indicate thyroid problems or anorexia. Too little SHBG is commonly associated with diabetes and ovarian complications.

15.                LH and FSH Test

Luteinizing hormone and follicle-stimulating hormone are produced by the pituitary gland. These hormones indicate the onset of menopause in women and andropause in men. Low levels of these two hormones could also indicate that there is too much estrogen in your body.

16.                Estrone Test

Estrone is one of the most important estrogens found in a woman's body. Its levels increase after menopause. Testing estrone might be required to prevent osteoporosis and other health problems commonly associated with post-menopausal women.

17.                Progesterone Test

This is another important female sex hormone. It's also present in a male's body, but very small quantities. High levels of progesterone are commonly associated with depression, bloating, and other symptoms in women.

18.                Insulin-Like Growth Factor 1

IGF-1 is used to gauge the blood levels of human growth hormone in both men and women. This hormone is very similar to insulin when it comes to its structure. Your doctor might order an IGF-1 test to determine if your growth hormone is within normal ranges.

19.                Pregnenolone Test

Pregnenolone is the hormone from which all other hormones are made, including estrogen and testosterone. Abnormal levels of pregnenolone might affect your mood, cognition, memory, and metabolism. This test uses LC/MS to accurately determine the levels of pregnenolone in your body.

20.                Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone

The TSH is exactly what the name implies - a hormone that stimulates your thyroid to produce other hormones. This substance is secreted by the pituitary gland and it helps doctors determine if you have a thyroid problem.

Order a Hormone Test Today!

As you can see, there are numerous hormone panels and individual tests you can order from a reputable vendor. When you order a test, you are mailed a form that you use to go to a nearby clinic to draw a blood sample.

This sample is analyzed in a laboratory and you get the results by mail in just a few business days. Your results are confidential and not shared with anyone. These results can be compared with reference values or you can ask your doctor to help you interpret them.

Go to DiscountedLabs.com today and order your favorite test to find out more about your health!