Erectile Dysfunction Test
Erectile Dysfunction Test

Erectile Dysfunction Test


Erectile dysfunction home blood test includes: HbA1c, Lipids, Testosterone, PSA

Our home ED test kit is a simple blood test that looks for particular markers in the blood that indicate underlying causes of ED such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes.


What exactly is an erectile dysfunction testing?

Our at-home erectile dysfunction (ED) test kit is a simple blood test that may detect the following:

Cholesterol and lipid levels

Thyroid activity

Total testosterone concentrations

Prostate issues

Prolactin concentrations


You will receive your findings within 2 to 3 days of your sample arriving at the lab, and one of our physicians will call you to discuss them. They can also discuss treatment alternatives if necessary. Erectile dysfunction can have a variety of underlying reasons, and it is critical to determine the most likely cause before beginning treatment.

For whom is the erectile dysfunction test kit intended?

Males above the age of 18 who:

-have erectile dysfunction symptoms (ED)

-have been taking ED medication and wish to learn more about the root cause of their ED

-have tried ED medicine and found it ineffective or unpleasant

What is the purpose of an erectile dysfunction test kit?

The erectile dysfunction (ED) test kit looks for aberrant signs of the most frequent underlying causes of ED.

Cholesterol and lipid levels

High lipid levels (particularly cholesterol) in the blood can cause atherosclerosis, a disorder that causes constriction of the blood vessels and raises your risk of cardiovascular issues, but it can also cause difficulty getting an erection.

Total testosterone concentrations

In males, the primary sex hormone is testosterone. Its role in males is to sustain sex desire, muscle strength and bulk, bone density, and a proper body hair pattern. Erectile dysfunction and decreased sexual desire are the most prevalent signs of testosterone insufficiency. Other effects include hair loss, decreased beard growth, mood swings, decreased attention or motivation, and weariness.


The pituitary gland produces the hormone prolactin (which sits under the brain). It has no known role in males; however excessive levels can result in ED.

Other signs of excessive prolactin include loss of sexual desire (libido), a decrease in the volume of sperm produced, and, in rare cases, breast growth and lactation. You may also get chronic headaches and visual problems such as tunnel vision.


Diabetes is a chronic condition that increases your risk of cardiovascular disease, renal disease, and eye difficulties, as well as causing symptoms such as erectile dysfunction.