The symptoms of hypogonadism may vary from individual to individual. In late-onset hypogonadism many symptoms resemble those of aging and as a consequence this condition is often un-diagnosed.
Symptoms of low testosterone include:
- Reduced sex drive (libido), difficulty achieving an erection (erectile dysfunction)
- Increased fatigue and lethargy; diminished energy, sense of vitality, or sense of well-being
- Depression, anxiety, irritability
- Difficulty achieving orgasm
- Decreased muscle mass and strength, reduced exercise stamina
- Excessive sweating and night sweats
- Loss of body, facial and pubic hair
- Increased breast tissue (gynaecomastia)
- Poor concentration and/or memory
- Insulin resistance
- Loss of bone mass (osteoporosis)
These symptoms are not specific to low testosterone; please see your doctor for diagnosis of any medical complaint.