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    Seeing true value on lab results

    Are there any testing companie that will show the true values on a hormone panel, all i can seem to find is companies that say they wil list anything over 1500 at "<1500" . I'd really like to see the true value of my testosterone levels once take my mid cycle panels.

    Any help? If this isn't allowed sorry I'm new lol

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    I know there are a couple that do, most don't though. I can't remember the name of the well known one that does but I'll give your thread a bump so maybe one of the other members can answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by boisebeast View Post
    I know there are a couple that do, most don't though. I can't remember the name of the well known one that does but I'll give your thread a bump so maybe one of the other members can answer
    Cool thanks! I got my initial results from a popular private lab but they state that they don't give true values on test lecels above 1500 and i guess this is a standard now but that kind if sucks because I'd like to know how much my test increases as this will be my first cycle

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    Just make sure you order the right test and it'll show you what the actually number is for testosterone . Make sure you read the test description and it specifically states whether it will be >1500 or an actual.

    Go to hormone testing and choose male hormone panel

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    Quote Originally Posted by 230isthegoal View Post
    Privatemdlabs

    Just make sure you order the right test and it'll show you what the actually number is for testosterone . Make sure you read the test description and it specifically states whether it will be >1500 or an actual.

    Go to hormone testing and choose male hormone panel
    Aah ok i chose the wrong option then, thats the company i chose and it stated it will show <1500 for anything over, but I'll check the other option and order that one mid cycle

    I appreciate the help

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