Why Test?

There are several reasons that symptoms such as hair loss, erectile dysfunction, waking in the night and needing to urinate or unexplained muscle loss or might be experienced, so understanding your hormone levels and PSA can help you have informed discussions with your doctor.

What is PSA?

Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) is a protein produced in the prostate - all males produce this and it's normal to have some PSA in your blood however higher levels of PSA in blood can be a sign of prostate cancer.

About Testosterone

Testosterone is a hormone produced in the male testicles and is associated with sex drive and plays a vital role in the production of sperm. It can also affect red blood cell production and can affect mood.