HGH Hormone Test

Lab Testing for HGH Therapy

Measuring Growth Hormone Deficiency with a Blood Test to Qualify for HGH Injection Therapy

Getting your blood tested to qualify for Growth Hormone Treatments. We can provide you with a certified location for blood tests with a local Labcorp or Quest Lab where you can have your blood drawn, and also if necessary have a physical exam. If your HGH levels are found to be low, our Board Certified Hormone Doctors will help design a personalized hormone replacement program for you to help replenish your lost HGH using bio-identical growth hormone shots from the best FDA-Approved HGH producers. Learn more about the various types of HGH available for treatment. Injectable HGH Products.

Blood Work for HGH, IGF-1. The results of your blood work typically take 3 to 4 days, up to a week for the results. Our medical doctors will review the results of your blood tests to inform you of what your lab results are and in what range your current Human Growth Hormone is.

Your Hormonal Profile and Health. Your blood test results will typically be 3 to 4 pages long, and will require about an hour to explain in detail every test result and what they mean concerning your body and hormone health. Some of the main hormones your hormone doctor will review and discuss with you are IG-1 to determine HGH, the Growth Hormone levels, Testosterone levels to determine if you have Low T, Estradiol or Estrogen levels, Thyroid, Insulin and other important biological markers. Below is a list of the tests comprising the hormone testing panel.

The main core of Hormone Lab Tests are:

  • Homocystine, Plasma
  • TSH Free T4
  • Lipid Panel With LDL/HDL Ratio
  • Comp. Metabolic Panel
  • Testosterone Free and Total
  • IGF-1
  • Triiodothyronine, Free, Serum
  • FSH, LH
  • Estradiol
  • CBC With Differential/Platelet
  • PSA
  • Cortisol
  • DHEA Sulfate
  • Hemoglobin A1C
  • Thyroid Panel with TSH
  • Insulin, Fasting
  • Ferritin, Serum
  • SHBG

Hormone Test Results. The hormone test results will allow your hormone physician to properly diagnose a hormonal imbalance and to prescribe HGH, Testosterone, Estrogen, Progesterone, Thyroid or any other HRT that may be required to treat your hormone condition.

To get your hormone levels tested for an imbalance or deficiency, call the Hormone Replacement and HGH Specialists at Optimal Health Medical – 1-888-763-4221

Visit our HGH Therapy page to learn more about our Bio-Identical HGH Treatment Programs. – learn more about our Bio-Identical HGH Treatment Programs

Another Growth Hormone test is known as the HGH Biomarkers Test which uses the biomarkers approach for testing GH levels and another testing process of assays for IGF-1 and P-III-NP is the most current method.

Age Management and Endocrine Specialists use your lab work from a comprehensive hormone level blood test to determine HGH Levels for Growth Hormone Therapy with Somatropin Injections. Endocrine physicians only prescribe real growth hormone for the purpose of treating a hormonal imbalance or deficiency. Men and women who have signs and symptoms due to menopause in women and andropause in men, should only be buying the injectable form of Somatropin HGH as it is the only clinically proven form of HGH to be effective for replacement therapy. HGH Injections.

HGH treatment is legal for those with a medical need and the efficacy and safety of using HGH injections for hormone replacement therapy for men with andropause and women with menopause has been tested in a clinical trials.

HGH is a complex and delicate hormone and lab tests that measure Insulin-Like Growth Factor 1 (IGF-1) are used to determine whether you have a Growth Hormone Deficiency. Learn more about the signs and symptoms of low HGH levels – Adult GH Deficiency.

Human Growth Hormone (HGH) or rDNA somatropin is a hormone that is naturally produced by your body. It is synthesized and secreted by cells in the anterior pituitary gland located at the base of the brain. Its secretion into the blood circulation follows a pulsating pattern resulting in fluctuating IGF-1 blood serum levels and production is at its peak during sleep at night. In blood serum, Human Growth Hormone exists as a complex combination of substances that control and regulate other hormones and bodily functions.

HGH is the primary or master hormone responsible for growth, repair and regeneration of cells, tissues and organs in the body. Following secretion into the blood circulation, HGH has short half-life of about 10 minutes. When HGH levels are low your body’s ability to repair and maintain itself is impaired. For this reason many hormone specialists believe age-related disease and health conditions come from low or deficient hormone levels like HGH, testosterone, DHEA, thyroid, insulin, melatonin, estrogen and progesterone. hGH stimulates many metabolic processes in cells. hGH affects protein, fat, carbohydrate and mineral metabolism. The major role of hGH is to stimulate the liver to secrete Insulin-like Growth Factor-I (IGF-I). IGF-I stimulates muscle and bone growth and also plays a key role in muscle protein synthesis and organ growth. Learn more about what is HGH – About HGH.

Diagnosing Low HGH - Hormone Deficiency

IGF-1 Blood Level Testing

Your physician will order an hormone panel lab test which will reflect your current hormone profile and health. With a physical examination and medical assessment which carefully reviews your medical history, your doctor is in a good position to properly diagnose whether you have an HGH deficiency or not. If you do, a prescription for HGH therapy will allow you to obtain hormone injections for treatment.