Convenient treatment for  low testosterone 

$69 for initial test and consultation; $165/mo thereafter if medication is prescribed.

Discover your testosterone levels with accurate at-home testing (including sample collection and lab processing)

Discuss test results and treatment options with licensed healthcare providers

Boost testosterone production with non-hormonal prescription medication

The Easy Way to Treat Low T

Feel like yourself again. No waiting room. Just testosterone results you’ve been after.

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 samples. When you’re done, mail it back using the included shipping label.

Understand your testosterone

Meet with a licensed Ro-affiliated provider to review your results, discuss what they mean, and explore next steps and potential treatment options.

Treat it (the easy way)

Turns out you have low testosterone? Not a problem. If it’s right for you, Ro offers a convenient treatment program that is to increase your body’s testosterone production. Our treatment comes in pill form, so you can skip the injections.

The testosterone rundown

Testosterone can affect your life in more ways than one. From sex drive to strength, testosterone is an important building block for our body’s success. There are treatments available to increase testosterone in your body.

Treating low testosterone may result in:

Increased sex drive

Higher energy levels

Stronger erections

Better metabolism

Improvements in mood

Easier muscle gain

  • 88%

    In a study of 120 men taking medication for more than 3 years, 88% achieved healthy testosterone levels. (Krzastek et al., 2019)

  • 77%

    In a study of 120 men taking medication for more than 3 years, 77% reported improvements in symptoms related to low testosterone. (Krzastek et al., 2019)

  • 75%

    In a study of 178 men taking medication, 75% reported improvements in sexual function after 4 months of treatment. (Guay et al., 2003)

A different kind of testosterone treatment

If you’re diagnosed with low testosterone and experiencing symptoms, we offer a prescription medication that boosts your body’s production of testosterone. The best part? You can get treatment without some of the side effects and inconvenience of traditional hormone replacement therapy (TRT).

The medication we offer to treat low testosterone in men is considered off-label. This means the FDA has not specifically approved the medication for treating low testosterone. However, healthcare professionals have the discretion to prescribe medications off-label if they believe it is an appropriate course of treatment for a particular patient. Learn more here

Skip the needles

Taking your medication is as easy as swallowing a pill. No injections required.

Stimulate natural testosterone production

Unlike TRT, which takes external testosterone and puts it into your body, our treatment works by stimulating your body’s own testosterone production.

Results and relief without the scary side effects

Our medication doesn’t have the same potential side effects as TRT, like shrinking testicles, lowered sperm count, and decreased fertility.

How it Works


Order the kit

Once your purchase is approved by a medical provider, we ship you an easy-to-use evaluation kit to test at home. Once it arrives, collect two samples over the course of two days. We offer a simple and painless finger prick test, so you’ll feel safe and secure collecting your samples at home.


Review your results

Send in your samples and we take care of the rest. You’ll receive accurate results within days. Once you receive your results, you can review them with a licensed medical provider who can answer your questions and go over treatment options.


Explore treatment

If we find you have low testosterone, you’ll become eligible for our prescription treatment program for only $165 a month. You’ll receive free shipping on your monthly treatment, ongoing monitoring of your testosterone levels, and consultations with a medical provider.


Track your progress

As part of your treatment program, you’ll have regular check-ins with your provider and receive additional at-home kits so that you can see precisely how the medication is affecting your testosterone levels.

From the experts at Ro

Learn more about testosterone testing and treatment

  • Testosterone: what is it, what does it do?

    Learn more about levels and treatment
  • What are normal testosterone levels?

    It’s a large spectrum
  • 10 signs of low testosterone

    Here's what to look out for
  • How to increase testosterone

    Medications, supplements, and more
  • At-home testosterone test

    Here's how it works
  • 10 foods that boost testosterone

    You can incorporate certain foods to support healthy testosterone levels
Backed by Top Physicians

“For millions of men across the US, low testosterone is a driving force behind many health concerns—low energy, low libido, weight gain, poor mood. Our mission is to offer a safe, reliable way for men to understand their bodies so they can take action and feel their best.”

Dr. Tzvi Doron, DO, Ro Chief Clinical Officer

Your questions answered

It's available in all states except HI, AK, NY, and Washington, DC.

No. Your account and order is tied to your specific patient information and health record.

The kit requires capillary blood samples taken over two consecutive days, which means you will prick your finger using a small device called a “finger lancet” to collect about 10-15 drops of blood into a tube.

It’s very important that you:

  1. Complete the kit within 80 days of receiving it

  2. Set aside time before 10 AM (which is around when levels are normally the highest) for 2 consecutive days to collect both samples.

  3. Don’t eat or drink anything (other than water) starting at 8 pm the night before you plan to collect your samples.

  4. Ship your completed kit back the same day that you complete the second sample collection.

Timing is essential for measuring your total testosterone because hormone levels naturally fluctuate throughout the day and are typically highest in the morning and lowest in the evening. A morning measurement ensures that your test is providing the most favorable picture of your baseline total testosterone. If testosterone levels are low even when they’re supposed to be at their highest (in the morning), it’s much more likely that levels are truly low.

In order to diagnose low testosterone, the American Urological Association (AUA) recommends measuring two morning serum total testosterone levels on two separate days. These results need to be considered in the context of any symptoms a person may be experiencing.

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