Hormones are formed in the endocrine system and control most major bodily functions.  A hormone imbalance could cause issues with bodily growth, sexual development, metabolism and other bodily functions.  Walk-In Lab offers many hormone tests that are specific to both men and women such as the Hormone #1 Baseline Blood Test Panel, Men and the Hormone #1 Baseline Blood Test Panel, Women.

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Walk-In Lab is proud to contract with LabCorp and Quest Diagnostics with a combined 3,700 lab locations nationwide. Pricing may vary between laboratories so switch between labs to compare pricing, test details and availability. If you prefer specialty kit testing, select Home Test Kits and the testing kit will be mailed to you for specimen collection.
LabCorp: Online lab testing is prohibited in MA, MD, NY, NJ and RI.
Quest Diagnostics: Online lab testing is prohibited in NY, NJ and RI.

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  1. Hormone #1 Baseline Blood Test Panel, Men

    Testosterone Total & Free, Insulin, Estradiol, Follicle-stimulating Hormone (FHS) and Luteinizing Hormone (LH), Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate (DHEA,s), Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH).

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  2. Cortisol Blood Test, PM

    Measures the level of the hormone cortisol in the blood.

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  3. Dehydroepiandrosterone Steroid Hormone (DHEA) Blood Test

    DHEA is a master, or parent, hormone that your body changes into a hormone called androstenedione.  Your body then converts androstenedione into the major female and male hormones.

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  4. Estrogens Blood Test, Total

    Ordered to test for hormone imbalance in women and men.

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  5. Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate (DHEA-S) Blood Test

    Determines adrenal gland function.

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  6. Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate (DHEA-S), LC/MS-MS (Endocrine Sciences)

    Test is a specialty send-out test to determine if DHEA,s concentration is normal and to help evaluate adrenal gland function.

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  7. Cortisol Urine Test, Urinary Free, 24-Hour

    The diagnosis of Cushing syndrome (CS) requires evidence of cortisol hypersecretion. While serum cortisol levels fluctuate unpredictably and are strongly dependent on concurrent cortisol-binding globulin (CBG) levels, a 24-hour urine specimen integrates the cortisol production for an entire day and is not affected by CBG. Urinary cortisol reflects the portion of serum-free cortisol filtered by the kidney, and correlates well with cortisol secretion rate.

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