Testosterone Deficiency Affects 8% of Men Aged Between 50 And 79
Testosterone deficiency can be diagnosed by testing for abnormally low levels of testosterone in the blood and discussing whether you have some of the tell-tale signs.
The ADAM questionnaire, an internationally recognised assessment tool for testosterone deficiency, can help you decide if you need to go to the doctor to have your testosterone levels checked.
You can get a print out or email a copy of your test results so that you can give them to your doctor.
If the assessment shows that you may be suffering from testosterone deficiency, it’s a good idea to make an appointment with your doctor to talk about your symptoms. Find out more here