Testosterone is a naturally occurring hormone usually associated with “male” development but also found in women. Testosterone levels decrease in men as they age and can be associated with a variety of symptoms. Women may also have symptoms from elevated levels of testosterone. This test can be used in pediatric patients to assess puberty. For adult men, where testosterone testing is most commonly necessary, it is used to diagnose Low-T
A Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) is a blood sample test that measures 14 different substances in your blood. This test is useful for diagnosing and monitoring treatment for conditions affecting the liver or kidneys.
The 12-Panel Drug test looks for the presence of common illegal drugs, prescription medications, and alcohol. This urine drug test can be used for employment purposes, personal testing, court-ordered, and a variety of other reasons.