The short answer, yes. For each hormone you test, a specialist physician will provide plenty of context on what the hormone is, why it’s important, and how your results relate to other men or women your age. Hormone health is complex and hormones are a very important piece of the puzzle for your overall health and wellbeing, including and especially sexual health and fertility health. Your specialist will break down both what the science can and cannot tell you, which is why we recommend scheduling a video consultation to go over the results.
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