Ultra Man - Strength, Vitality, ED, Male Hormone Test & Ageing Blood Test in Jaipur
- Glucose, Fasting
- Hemoglobin A1C
- Insulin, Fasting
- Cholesterol, Total
- LDL Cholesterol
- HDL Cholesterol
- VLDL Cholesterol
- Cholesterol/HDL Ratio
- Triglycerides/HDL Ratio
- HDL/LDL Ratio
- Testosterone, Total
- Testosterone, Free
- Cortisol, AM
- Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG)
- Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)
- Luteinizing hormone (LH)
- Free T3
- Free T4
- Total T3
- Total T4
- Vitamin D (25-OH)
- Vitamin B12
- Calcium/Albumin Ratio
- Calcium/Phosphorous Ratio
- Iron, Serum
- % Transferrin Saturation
- Total Iron Binding Capacity
- Creatine Kinase
- Protein, Total
- Globulin, Total
- Albumin/Globulin Ratio
- Alkaline Phosphatase
- AST (SGOT)
- ALT (SGPT)
- Bilirubin - Total
- Bilirubin - Direct
- Bilirubin - Indirect
- Red Blood Cells
- Total WBC
- Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)
- BUN/Creatinine Ratio
- Uric Acid
What is Vitality
Vitality is the state of being full of life and energy. It is the feeling of being exuberant in terms of mental, physical, and emotional wellbeing. It is also a source of life energy that urges us to move with confidence. Vitality is also referred to as the power that gives continuance to life and has multiple drivers, including -
- Mood & Memory
- Sex Drive
- Work Performance
- Heart Health
About the Ultra Man Test
Energy & Metabolism
Metabolism is your body’s way of chemically processing sugar and fat for use within the body as energy. Metabolism levels are also a good marker of someone's healthy weight and energy balance within the body. A poor metabolism can show signs of undesirable weight fluctuations, chronic fatigue, and inability to process food into energy efficiently.
HbA1c & Fasting Insulin –Chief source of energy for the body which if elevated slows down fat loss and is also a risk for diabetes
Cholesterol & Lipids – An essential fat that serves many vital functions such as energy creation and metabolism. It is the principal building block of many of our hormones including estrogen, testosterone etc and also plays a vital role in Vit D production.
Thyroid Function – Your thyroid plays a vital function in controlling metabolism, specifically through T4 (thyroxine) and T3 (triiodothyronine). Key functions such as energy, weight, and temperature control can be impacted by the thyroid.
Testosterone is a hormone important for both men and women that regulates your sex drive (libido), muscle mass, fertility, and mood.
FSH is produced in the pituitary gland and is essential for producing sperm in men.
DHEAS is a precursor hormone that coverts into testosterone. Low levels could contribute to low libido
Cortisol have an essential role in regulating stress, the metabolism and the body's immune response
SHBG Sex Hormone Binding Globulin is a protein that’s made in the liver and attaches itself to sex hormones, primarily Testosterone, and removes it from direct utilisation in the body
Estradiol it’s vital to maintain an optimised ratio of Testosterone and Estrogen for male health. Symptoms like fatigue, excess fat around your waist and belly, bone loss, lack of sex drive, anxiety, irritability, and depression are when your body is not producing enough Estrogen
Progesterone Men produce progesterone in the adrenal glands and the testes. Progesterone in men plays a role in testosterone production
FSH , LH stimulates the testes to produce testosterone
Prolactin stimulates sex drive and abnormal levels interfere with lack of energy, ED and fertility problems
Optimal levels of Vitamins (A, E, K, D, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, B12) plays a very important role in strengthening your immune systems and cell repair.
Magnesium & Calcium keeps the immune system strong, helps heal wounds, and supports sex drive.
Iron is needed by the immune system and the body uses the free radical action of iron to attack some pathogens. Iron helps the immune system in another way by enhancing the ability of white blood cells to engulf and kill bacteria.
Ferritin is Oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood is essential for endurance exercise as well as for normal function of the nervous, behavioural, and immune systems.
Creatine Kinase / CRP / Hs-CRP / Homocysteine helps to diagnose conditions associated with acute and chronic inflammation including infections and autoimmune disorders. Inflammation accelerates ageing and decreases vitality
Albumin/Globulin/Total Protein Main carrier proteins in the blood and binds to key substances such as free fatty acids, testosterone and essential nutrient
PSA Main marker for Prostrate health and also an indicator for prostrate cancer.
Who is this test for ?
This test can be opted for anyone from 25+ years with the following objectives
- Optimising for Total health and Vitality
- Monitoring for Testosterone replacement Therapy
- Diagnosing root cause of sexual dysfunction such as Erectile Dysfunction, Premature Ejaculation, low libido and sex drive
What are the common male sexual dysfunctions?
The more common sexual dysfunctions experienced by men are as follows -
Ejaculation disorders - problems with premature ejaculation, inhibited/delayed
Erectile dysfunction - Nerve disorders, issues with secondary health conditions
Reduced sex drive, low libido
Low vitality driven sexual dysfunctions.
What is Premature Ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation is a sexual dysfunction issue, in which the man ejaculates quicker than average. You are unable to control the sensation of ejaculation for more than a minute or so of penetration. While it may related to emotional and mental wellbeing, there may be secondary conditions that may be causing the issue. It is best to get a complete vitality test done and speak to your doctor. If you have been dealing with long-term premature ejaculation then it is ideal to get treated sooner.
What is the meaning of Erectile Dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction or ED is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection for sexual intercourse. While some men may experience ED infrequently, some with low T levels may have to deal with the problem long-term. Your testosterone levels and your hormone levels may be leading to problems with sexual performance, such as ED.
Causes of Erectile Dysfunction (ED)?
Common causes include:
- cardiovascular disease
- High blood pressure and cholesterol
- Hormone imbalances like low testosterone levels
- kidney disease
- Stress and anxiety
- Sleep disorders
- Drug use and excessive alcohol consumption
- Use of tobacco
Causes of an Erection?
An erection is the result of increased blood flow into your penis. Blood flow is usually stimulated by either sexual thoughts or direct contact with your penis. When a man is sexually excited, muscles in the penis relax. This allows for increased blood flow through the penile arteries, filling two chambers inside the penis. As the chambers fill with blood, the penis grows rigid.
What is an Erectile Dysfunction test?
A chief way to identify the issue of ED is through a blood test to measures the levels of testosterone in your body, along with signs of heart disease, diabetes, urine analysis, ultrasound, etc. Symptoms of ED can also be verified through physical examinations and blood tests.
Can Erectile Dysfunction low testosterone?
While low testosterone test levels aren't the only indicator of ED, it gives insight into the overall reasons why someone may be experiencing erectile dysfunction. Other reasons, such as poor cardiovascular health, smoking, and excessive drinking can also decline libido and increase fatigue.
How to test impotency in men?
Impotency tests can be performed through at home vitality tests, offered by MyDiagnostics. It can test root causes for erectile dysfunction like hormonal imbalance, sexual health and desire, heart diseases, liver and kidney function, diabetes control and nutritional deficiencies. An impotence test for male individuals is key if you are experiencing chronic sexual health issues.
How can male fertility be checked by hormone testing?
The root causes of infertility need to be analysed comprehensively, through metabolic profile test, erectile dysfunction hormone test, male hormone imbalance test, and other critical markers. Hormones, such as FSH, LH. Testosterone and Prolactin are key to fertility, overall sexual health and performance.
How to test for low testosterone levels in the body?
If you are experiencing symptoms of low testosterone then taking a blood test for measuring T levels can be done through MyDiagnostics.in. Key factors can be checked that may directly or indirectly be causing infertility, ED, and other sexual health issue
How much does the male hormone test cost in India?
MyDiagnostics.in offers a complete vitality testing protocol for strength, vitality, and male hormone testing. The comprehensive test offers results from a holistic standpoint about overall sexual health and wellbeing. The complete Ultra Man test is available at INR 5999 post discount.
How to fix a hormone imbalance in men?
The right way to fix hormone problems in men is to first get tested to measure your baseline hormone markers. After this, it is important to repair your diet and lifestyle, while eliminating smoking and excessive drinking. Engaging in regular cardiovascular exercises can also help improve hormone balance, along with focusing on getting quality sleep every night.
Where can I get tested for sexually transmitted diseases?MyDiagnostic offers at-home HIV and STD testing for Rs 5,000 which is currently on a limited discount offering the same test for Rs 3,500 only.
- Comprehensive health package offers men of all ages an assessment of how healthy they are (vita)
- The Ultra man blood test covers all aspects like erectile dysfunction, low sexual desire, hormonal imbalance (low testosterone levels), heart disease, CBC, liver & kidney function, diabetes control and nutritional deficiency.
- To monitor erectile dysfunction, decreased libido, lifestyle diseases with early preventive vitality health checks.
- Men of all ages looking to improve energy and vitality levels, sexual drive, avoid hair loss, active aging and to lead a healthy sexual life with your partner.
- Overnight Fasting is required. Drink plenty of water during fasting.
- Do not consume alcoholic beverages before the blood test.