Testosterone Test Results

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Welcome to imaware™, and thanks for taking the first step towards optimal health. The more information you have, the better you’ll understand your body — and the faster we can act to protect it.

We tested your sample on May 10, 2021, for


critical biomarker that is commonly associated with

testosterone health

Our testing platform has been shown to detect these biomarkers with a high level of accuracy when they are present, and to also correctly show a negative result when they are not. In other words, we test with precision.

Whatever your intention is for testing — whether it’s to gather data for your own personal use, or to share this information with a medical professional — your results will arm you with valuable insights that will help you make more informed decisions. More awareness means more control of your health, and that’s always the ultimate goal.

Medical Advisory Board
E. P. Diamandis, MD, Ph.D
Medical Biochemistry Professor
Stefano Guandalini, MD
Professor Emeritus at University of Chicago
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Your results

You appear to have slightly low testosterone levels

based on the biomarker levels in your blood sample.

A biomarker (“biological marker”) refers to a category of objective signs that indicate medical state. Elevated biomarker levels in your blood can signal the presence of a disease.

Testosterone results

Testosterone plays a vital role in sexual reproductive health, and can also help you detect underlying conditions such as diabetes and heart disease. Testosterone also plays an important role for athletes in muscle growth as a response to training.

Total Testosterone
366.9 ng/mL
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Detailed Patient Results Table

Take a closer look at your results in the table below.

Reportable Range
Target Range
Total Testosterone
366.9 ng/mL
130 - 1500 ng/mL
400 ng/mL
400 - 800 ng/mL
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Background & Family History

We included specific aspects of your history and condition as part of this test. Below are your answers to the questions.

Your answers indicate that your family and/or medical history do not increase the risk of this condition.
Your answers:
Family History
  • You indicated that you do not have a family history of low testosterone

Past Medical History
  • You indicated that you have not been previously tested for low testosterone

  • You indicated that you do not currently smoke

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What should you do now?

Below are some ways to improve your results. Consider what might work for you and get started on a path to a healthier you.

Consider a change in exercise regime

The positive effects of exercise are numerous - including stress-relief, better sleep, and hormone balance. If you're a beginner, kick off your routine with light, short exercises that last around 15 – 20 minutes.

Clock those ZZZs

Good sleep is associated with nearly every positive health measure you can think of, so whether you do it for your general health, for your hormone levels, or for stress management, it can only help.

Consider cutting down on alcohol

Excessive drinking leads to high blood pressure, heard disease, a weakened immune system, and more. Moderate drinking is 1 drink or less in a day for women, or 2 drinks or less in a day for men.

For any questions about the testing process, terminology, or your results, please visit us at or connect with our patient success team via email at

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