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The Low Testosterone Quiz for Men

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Do I Have Low Testosterone?

This is the question men with signs and symptoms of Andropause, the Male Menopause ask themselves. A Low T Symptoms Quiz can help you determine if you might have Andropause or Testosterone Deficiency.
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Having low testosterone levels can cause debilitating symptoms and health problems over time. Men with low levels of testosterone can exhibit lowered sex drive, erectile dysfunction, muscle loss, unexplained weight gain, low energy, depression, mood swings, hot flashes, insomnia, lack of motivation and general lethargy. Take this Low T Symptoms Quiz to see if you’re experiencing low testosterone symptoms. If you answer certain questions with a YES or answer any three others with a YES, it may be likely that a low testosterone level is causing some of your health problems.

The ADAM Questionnaire used with permission from Morley et al
1. Do you have a decrease in libido (sex drive)? Yes No
2. Do you have a lack of energy? Yes No
3. Do you have a decrease in strength and/or endurance? Yes No
4. Have you lost height? Yes No
5. Have you noticed a decreased "enjoyment of life" Yes No
6. Are you sad and/or grumpy? Yes No
7. Are your erections less strong? Yes No
8. Have you noticed a recent deterioration in your ability to play sports? Yes No
9. Are you falling asleep after dinner? Yes No
10. Has there been a recent deterioration in your work performance? Yes No

How to interpret the Low T Quiz results.

The Low T questionnaire consists of ten questions. Count up the number of times you answered YES. A "YES" answer to either of the questions numbered 1 or 7 should prompt you to seek advice from a physician. Answers of "YES" to any 3 other questions in the quiz may also indicate a testosterone deficiency.

A decrease in libido, soft erections, or reduced strength of erections are primary indicators of adrogen deficiency or Andropause. A simple blood test can help you find out if you are experiencing a male hormone deficiency.

Androgen deficiency is a pervasive problem in the older male population and is thought to be responsible for many symptoms once considered to be the result of normal aging. Numerous methods have been proposed to facilitate the detection of men at risk for androgen deficiency. In this article, we propose a novel screening tool, the quantitative Androgen Deficiency in the Aging Male (ADAM) questionnaire and report its successful use in quantifying the severity of androgen deficiency in a group of older men. Read more about Androgen Deficiency Studies in Aging Men - Androgen Deficiency in Aging Men

There are sexual and non-sexual signs of low testosterone. Sexual signs include:

  • Low sex drive
  • Poor erections (weaker and fewer)
  • Wanting sex less often

Non sexual signs include:

  • Increase in body fat
  • Lower energy levels
  • Reduced muscle mass
  • Feeling depressed
  • Anemia (low iron)
  • Loss of calcium from bone

Other Indications of Testosterone Deficiency in Men

The following questions can help you better assess if your signs and symptoms may be caused by age-related testosterone decline or some other hormonal imbalance like AGHD (Human Growth Hormone Deficiency) or health condition. These low t questions help prepare you to better discuss your health factors and symptoms with your doctor as the answers may indicate that you may have a testosterone deficiency. The first list of inquiries below reflect the degree by which signs and symptoms are affecting your health. The second set of male sex hormone deficiency questions helps you to determine in more detail how severe your symptoms of low testosterone levels might be at the current time.

  Health Symptoms: None Mild Moderate Severe Extremely severe
1. Decline in your feeling of general well-being (general state of health, subjective feeling)
2. Joint pain and muscular ache (lower back pain, joint pain, pain in a limb, general back ache)
3. Excessive sweating (unexpected/sudden episodes of sweating, hot flushes independent of strain)
4. Sleep problems (difficulty in falling asleep, difficulty in sleeping through, waking up early and feeling tired, poor sleep, sleeplessness)
5. Increased need for sleep, often feeling tired
6. Irritability (feeling aggressive, easily upset about little things, moody)
7. Nervousness (inner tension, restlessness, feeling fidgety)
8. Anxiety (feeling panicky)
9. Physical exhaustion / lacking vitality (general decrease in performance, reduced activity, lacking interest in leisure activities, feeling of getting less done, of achieving less, of having to force oneself to undertake activities)
10. Decrease in muscular strength (feeling of weakness)
11. Depressive mood (feeling down, sad, on the verge of tears, lack of drive, mood swings, feeling nothing is of any use)
12. Feeling that you have passed your peak
13. Feeling burnt out, having hit rock-bottom
14. Decrease in beard growth
15. Decrease in ability/frequency to perform sexually
16. Decrease in the number of morning erections
17. Decrease in sexual desire/libido (lacking pleasure in sex, lacking desire for sexual intercourse)
  1. What is your level of sexual desire (male libido)?

  2. Your sex drive began to decline at what age?

  3. What is your current body weight and compostion?

  4. How would you describe your muscle strength and tone?

  5. How are your erections, strong, weak, less frequent or non-existent?

  6. How would you describe your memory and mental alertness?

  7. How would you describe your emotional mood?

  8. How are your energy levels?

  9. Have you noticed any changes in body hair?

  10. Have you noticed any changes in belly size and body weight?

  11. Do you have diabetes or at risk for diabetes?

  12. How would you describe your daily stress levels?

  13. How well do you sleep at night?

  14. How many times a week do you exercise or workout?

  15. Are you currently taking prescription medications, anabolic steroid drugs, pain meds or other hormones?

  16. How would you best describe the size of your testicles?

  17. Have you noticed an increase in body fat?

Depending upon how many questions you answer YES to, the probability of your having Low T rises with the number of affirmative responses you have.

Low Probability of Low Testosterone - If you answered YES to 3 or Less Low T Quiz Questions

Your quiz responses show that you probably have a normal testosterone level. Keep exercising, take steps to reduce stress, and try to get a good night's sleep. These healthy habits can help ensure that you have a healthy testosterone level. However, if you’re concerned about any symptoms or risk factors related to low testosterone, talk to your doctor.

Moderate Probability of Low Testosterone - If you answered YES to 3 or More Low T Quiz Questions

Your quiz responses show that you have a moderate risk of low testosterone. Symptoms of low testosterone can vary, so talk to your doctor if you’re concerned about changes in your health. Symptoms typically associated with low testosterone may also be signs of other health conditions that might need treatment.

High Probability of Low Testosterone - If you answered YES to 7 or More Low T Quiz Questions

Symptoms often vary, but your quiz responses help show that you may have key signs or lifestyle factors related to low testosterone. Talk to your doctor if you’re concerned about symptoms or changes in your health, especially sexual health which could be signs of low testosterone or other conditions that may require treatment. For a more in depth look into the health effects of testosterone deficiency, visit Symptoms of Low Testosterone in Men. To confirm low androgen levels your doctor can order a Testosterone Hormone Lab Test which measures the androgen levels in your blood including the Free and biovailable testosterones as well as the total t levels. The blood panel also measures other essential hormones such as FSH, Luteinizing Hormone (LH), estrogens, thyroid, lipids, DHEA and HGH, the Human Growth Hormone to assess your overall hormone health. Testosterone Testing

If your physical and sexual health answers reflect moderately high probability of low testosterone:

  • Loss of body and facial hair related to lowered testosterone levels
  • Weight gain in body areas related to low testosterone, such as fat around the belly, love handles, or increased breast size
  • A low sex drive, weaker erections, infrequent sex, loss of sexual potency
  • Difficulty getting or maintaining an erection, symptoms of impotence (ED)
  • Rapid changes in body composition, such as excessive weight gain and loss of lean muscle mass
  • Changes in the testicles, such as shrinking, atrophy, loss of sensitivity and increased numbness
  • Weak bones that fracture easily, Osteoporosis, high cholesterol or blood pressure

If your energy level answers reflect a high probability of low testosterone:

  • Feeling fatigued all day
  • Feeling depressed and sad
  • Feeling moody, irritated or frustrated with bursts of anger
  • Having difficulty focusing, concentrating or easily distracted

If your lifestyle answers reflect a good probability of having low testosterone:

  • A high degree of stress
  • Trouble sleeping, little sleep or insomnia
  • Sedentary lifestyle, lack of exercise or physical activity, unhealthy diet
  • Muscle, back or joint pain, which can be a sign of muscle loss and weak bones in the spine

If your answers reflect high propensity to have low testosterone:

  • Having diabetes
  • Having prediabetes
  • Being overweight or obese
  • Being over age 60
  • Drink excessive amounts of alcohol
  • Taking prescription drugs, opiate pain medications or hormone treatment such as corticosteroids

Male Hormone Replacement Options that are available to boost low testosterone levels caused by age-related hormone deficiency known as Andropause or Hypogonadism. Read more about Treating Male Menopause or Hypogonadism.

Treat low T symptoms by increasing testosterone hormone levels using androgen gels, creams, patches or injections that raise your free testosterone and bio-available T levels to youthful levels. Discover Low Testosterone Therapy Options available for men with low Levels of testosterone hormone due to andropause. Our male hormone physicians, endocrinologists, testosterone specialists and urologists provide several different therapy options for men with low levels of testosterone.

After taking the Low T Quiz, if you think you may have Low T symptoms, get a testosterone hormone level test - and if the lab tests show you have a low testosterone level, the Low T Treatment Center can help. Explore how Age Management Physicians, Urologists and Endocrinologists diagnose and treat Andropause or low testosterone symptoms in men - Low Testosterone Diagnosis. Treatments for Low Testosterone (Hypogonadism) - Tesosterone Replacement and HGH Doctors can prescribe HGH, HCG and androgen hormone drugs at local clinics near you. Experience with bio-identical hormone replacement is essential to the success of a TRT program and HGH Doctors prescribe HGH Injections and the best Testosterone Treatment to increase Low T levels.

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