Body-Mass-Index (BMI) is one type of body fat measurement that looks at the proportion of height and weight of your body.
Whilst widely used as a guide to general wellbeing/health it does not take muscle mass into account: an increase in BMI due to an increase in muscle mass may be a positive health indicator. Calculate your Body Mass Index (BMI) and ﬁll out the AMS Questionnaire. With our questionnaire and the BMI Calculator you are able to estimate your condition.
Don't forget to print out your results and take them to your doctor on your next visit.
The Tackle TD campaign has been developed and funded by Grünenthal to raise awareness of testosterone deficiency (TD)
Always speak to your doctor or nurse for personal medical advice. Health information in this website is intended as general information. It is not intended to replace a consultation with a healthcare professional, nor is it intended to provide specific medical advice. The campaign has been initiated, organised and funded by Grünenthal.
If you want to report a side effect of medication, please contact your doctor, nurse or pharmacist
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