Testosterone deficiency symptom checker

Take the 1 minute ADAM questionnaire* to see if you should have your testosterone level checked by your GP. Simply select the symptoms you have been experiencing and then submit and view your results by clicking the button below. Remember there are no right or wrong answers, this is only a guide to help you and your doctor or nurse.

Your results

! You may have symptoms suggestive of low testosterone

You are not likely to need further tests for testosterone deficiency

You selected the following symptoms:

Low sex drive (Libido)

Lack of energy

Decreased strength and endurance

Height loss

Lack of enjoyment of life

Feeling sad or grumpy

Inability to develop or maintain an erection (Erectile dysfunction)

Reduction in your ability to exercise

Falling asleep after meals

Work performance is suffering

Disclaimer: This is for general information and is not intended to replace a consultation with a healthcare professional, nor is it intended to provide specific medical advice and should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions

*The testosterone deficiency symptom checker is based on the Androgen Deficiency in Ageing Males (ADAM) questionnaire.1

Talking to your doctor


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What can be done?

How can I treat testosterone deficiency?

The good news is there are a wide range of treatments available for low testosterone and the symptoms typically associated with it, but these need to be discussed with your doctor in order to determine whether they are suitable for you. Treatments are available in the form of gels, injections and tablets.

Tips on talking to your doctor

Additional tests to evaluate your symptoms and assess your risk of hypogonadism.

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References

  • Morley JE, Charlton E, Patrick P, et al. Validation of a screening questionnaire for androgen deficiency in ageing males. Metabolism. 2000;49(9):1239-1242. Return to content