Ro Erectile Dysfunction Diagnostic Test

$99includes sample collection, lab processing, and provider consultation
Understand what ED may be a symptom of so you can work toward addressing the underlying causes.

Provider consultation included

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HSA/FSA eligible

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    About the test

    Wonder what’s causing your ED? Finding the answers starts here

    From high cholesterol to low testosterone, there’s a number of reasons a person may be dealing with ED. Testing is the only way to start getting to the heart of the issue.

    3 tests in 1

    This test will give you insights into three common causes of ED. By checking for markers of diabetes, high cholesterol, and low testosterone, you could have a better sense of what might be causing your ED. These tests alone can cost $49 each from other online providers, but we offer one test panel that includes all three for one low price.

    Expert guidance

    Once you've performed the test and gotten your results, you can set up a consultation with a Ro-affiliated provider to discuss actionable next steps.

    Get to the root of the problem

    Sure, there are medications to help you perform in bed. But now you can take steps to treat the cause of your ED, as well. 

    What does the ED Diagnostic Test measure?

    • Lipid Panel

      A lipid panel measures your total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, and triglycerides. These levels can help indicate if you have heart or blood vessel disease, which can cause decreased blood flow to the penis.
    • Hemoglobin A1c

      Hemoglobin A1c levels indicate the body's ability to control glucose over a few months and could help determine if you have diabetes or prediabetes. Diabetes can impact ED by causing nerve damage and blood vessel damage.
    • Total Testosterone

      Total testosterone levels measure the amount of both free testosterone and testosterone attached to proteins. Having low testosterone levels can be a cause of ED, as well as low libido and penile numbness. Please note that a diagnosis of low testosterone requires additional testing.

    How it works


    Collect your samples

    When your kit arrives (in 2–5 days), download the app and follow the step-by-step instructions to collect your blood sample. When you’re done, mail it back using the included shipping label.


    Review your results

    Once you mail in your kit, the lab will analyze the sample. We'll send you an email in a few days when your results are ready.


    Meet with your Ro-affiliated provider

    After receiving your results, you can sign up for a consultation with a licensed Ro-affiliated provider. You’ll be able to review your results, ask any questions, and discuss potential next steps and options.

    Your questions answered

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