Can A Blood Test Tell The Truth About Testosterone Levels

Can Low Testosterone Really Be Diagnosed By A Blood Test?

 New Study Suggests That Blood Tests Could Be Inaccurate

Miami  – March 21st 2014

PRWEB has told us about a new study that has raised potential concerns surrounding the sole use of blood tests to diagnose low testosterone.Depression-blood-test

The study, which will be published in the medical journal Urology was prepared by Dr Darius Paduch of the Presbyterian/Weill medical centre in New York tells us that a thorough and full diagnosis of low testosterone (hypogonadism) should only be confirmed after a thorough medical evaluation.

Read The Report Here – 

The study analysed the medical data of more than 10,000 patients which highlighted numerous consistencies in lab practices and ultimately results.

There are documented cases of a blood test taken from a single patient believed to be suffering from low testosterone produced results that varied by an amazing 30% when tested by different laboratories on the same day.

Dr Paduch concludes in his report that this fact alone calls for more in-depth screening and evaluation before any diagnosis is made… failure to do so could lead to the incorrect treatment of low testosterone….


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