Testosterone deficiency symptom checker

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

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 Aging Males (ADAM) questionnaire.1

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Testosterone deficiency symptom checker

The Androgen Deficiency in the Aging Male (ADAM) questionnaire is a fast way to find out if you have symptoms or signs that may be related to low testosterone.1 Simply select which of the listed symptoms and/or signs below that you have been experiencing, and then click the 'submit' button to view your results.

If your results show that you have symptoms and/or signs of low testosterone, you should have your testosterone level checked, which is done by a simple blood test.2-8

Print out your results and show your doctor. A positive result on the ADAM questionnaire does not necessarily mean that you have testosterone deficiency (hypogonadism), which requires the presence of both symptoms and/or signs and a low testosterone level,2-8 but it provides a good starting point for a constructive dialogue with your doctor about what may be causing your symptoms/signs and what treatment options would be best for your situation.

Additional tools to evaluate if you have symptoms and signs that may indicate low testosterone

References

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  • Salonia A, Bettocchi C, Carvalho J, et al. 2020 EAU Guidelines on Sexual and Reproductive Health. Return to content
  • Morgentaler A, Traish A, Hackett G, Jones TH, Ramasamy R. Diagnosis and Treatment of Testosterone Deficiency: Updated Recommendations From the Lisbon 2018 International Consultation for Sexual Medicine. Sex Med Rev. Oct 2019;7(4):636-649. Return to content
  • Mulhall JP, Trost LW, Brannigan RE, et al. Evaluation and Management of Testosterone Deficiency: AUA Guideline. J Urol. Aug 2018;200(2):423-432. Return to content
  • Hackett G, Kirby M, Edwards D, et al. British Society for Sexual Medicine Guidelines on Adult Testosterone Deficiency, With Statements for UK Practice. The journal of sexual medicine. Dec 2017;14(12):1504-1523. Return to content
  • Dean JD, McMahon CG, Guay AT, et al. The International Society for Sexual Medicine's Process of Care for the Assessment and Management of Testosterone Deficiency in Adult Men. The journal of sexual medicine. Aug 2015;12(8):1660-86. Return to content
  • Morales A, Bebb RA, Manjoo P, et al. Diagnosis and management of testosterone deficiency syndrome in men: clinical practice guideline. CMAJ. Dec 8 2015;187(18):1369-1377. Return to content
  • Khera M, Adaikan G, Buvat J, et al. Diagnosis and Treatment of Testosterone Deficiency: Recommendations From the Fourth International Consultation for Sexual Medicine (ICSM 2015). The journal of sexual medicine. Dec 2016;13(12):1787-1804. Return to content