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It Could Be Low T

Signs and symptoms associated with Low T

In order to diagnose Low T, your doctor may ask you about any symptoms you may be experiencing as well as test your blood to measure your testosterone level. Below are some symptoms that men with Low T may experience. If you are experiencing any of these, you may want to talk to your doctor about being tested for Low T.

More specific signs and

Less specific signs and

  • Decreased sex drive (libido) and activity
  • Fewer spontaneous erections
  • Enlarged breasts, breast discomfort
  • Loss of body hair, less shaving
  • Very small or shrinking testes
  • Low or zero sperm count, inability to father children
  • Height loss, low trauma fracture, low bone mineral density
  • Hot flushes, sweats
  • Incomplete or delayed sexual development
  • Decreased energy, motivation, and self-confidence
  • Feeling sad or blue
  • Poor concentration/memory
  • Sleep disturbance, increased sleepiness
  • Mild anemia
  • Reduced muscle bulk and strength
  • Increased body fat, body mass index
  • Decline in physical or work performance

TESTOPEL® is not indicated to improve the symptoms listed above.

How common is Low T?

A study examined testosterone levels in a group of 2165 men who were 45 years of age or older visiting primary medical practices. The study showed that:

  • 1 in 3 men in this study had low testosterone
  • Of those who were not being treated for hypogonadism, the odds of Low T were higher in the men with:
    • High blood pressure
    • High cholesterol
    • Diabetes
    • Obesity
    • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or asthma

Low T can be accompanied by a wide range of symptoms. You can use the questionnaire below to help decide if you should ask your doctor about Low T.

TESTOPEL® is not indicated to improve the symptoms listed above.

*Adapted from Morley JE, et al. ADAM (Androgen Deficiency in the Aging Male) questionnaire. Metabolism. 2000;49(9):1239‐1242.