How much does the testosterone total & free test cost?

The testosterone test is done to measure the level of testosterone in your body. This blood test measures both the free and bound levels of testosterone.

Testosterone, free and total test cost ranges between $49 and $60 in different labs and facilities across the U.S. No prior appointment is required. Compare the price, order your test online and visit the nearest lab during lab business hours. Complete the procedure and get the results in your email in 2 to 3 business days. Doctor consultation is also available for further treatment or any kind of medical advice.

Our below mentioned testosterone free and total testing providers do not accept any health insurance policy but, on request, they can provide the itemized receipt which is necessary for insurance reimbursement purposes.

Perso Testing Lab

$115

  • Reports - 2 to 5 days
  • Entire U.S. except New York, New Jersey and Rhode Island
  • Required to visit lab

Health Box

$119

  • Reports - 1 to 2 days
  • Entire U.S. except Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Maryland and Rhode Island
  • Required to visit lab

Healthcheck Labs

$99

  • Reports - 1 to 3 days
  • Entire U.S.
  • Required to visit lab

CLIA – Certified Lab

How it works?

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FAQ's

No, insurance will not be covered in the billing. However, they will provide you a receipt for insurance reimbursement purposes.

You can choose the most suitable provider from above and make an appointment by following the instructions mentioned by them.

Yes, you can cancel your lab test order anytime before your testing. A refund will be initiated after deducting the cancellation fee. However, cancellation is at the discretion of the provider.

Yes, a few providers may provide doctor consultation who will take you through the results and provide clarification if needed.

To ensure your privacy, the test report will be mailed to you by the provider.