Do I have Low Testosterone

Because testosterone affects so many organs and tissues, low levels are associated with many signs and symptoms throughout the body.

Symptoms you may experience but cannot be adequately measured include:

  • Irritability or unexplained negative mood
  • Loss of motivation
  • Anxiety or increased pessimism
  • Increased fatigue, low energy, or diminished sense of well-being
  • Difficulty concentrating or lack of focus
  • Forgetfulness or loss of memory
  • Insomnia or poor sleep
  • Joint pain
  • Increased body fat
  • Loss of muscle mass
  • Hair loss
  • Lacking desire (low libido) or pleasure in sex
  • Decreased ability to perform sexually
  • Erections that are less strong

None of these signs or symptoms are specific to testosterone deficiency and many are hard to differentiate from normal aging. Our role is to evaluate any signs or symptoms of low testosterone and then see how they correlate with your hormone levels.