Take the Low T Symptoms Quiz
The Low T Symptoms Quiz — ADAM Questionnaire
The ADAM (Androgen Deficiency in Aging Males) questionnaire is a Low T symptoms quiz that will help you to better determine if you’re a candidate for TRT (Testosterone Replacement Therapy).
Figuring out if you’re suffering from hypogonadism (also known as low testosterone or Low T) can be really tough. There are a variety of symptoms that may indicate that you are suffering from Low T, but these symptoms can also indicate that you have another type of illness.
The real problem is that Low T shares a variety of symptoms with several other illnesses. Because of this, it can look similar to those illnesses, making an actual diagnosis difficult. That’s why we’ve provided you with this Low T symptoms quiz—to help you try to more clearly define what’s been bothering you.
Keep in mind that this quiz is not meant to provide any sort of diagnosis—this Low T symptoms quiz is no substitute for an appointment with a medical care provider who is familiar with the signs and symptoms of hypogonadism.
Instead, the Low T symptoms quiz is meant to point you in the right direction—to give you information to aid in your discussion with your medical care providers about how you are feeling.
After you take the quiz, get in contact with your medical care provider. Discuss the results of this Low T symptoms quiz with your medical care provider so that he or she can do a more thorough examination, along with standardized blood tests, to see if you’re suffering from hypogonadism.
Remember, this is just a starting point and not a diagnosis—fill out this form to find out if Low T might be the culprit behind your symptoms.
If you already feel certain that you might be suffering from Low T, click here to set up your free consultation now.
If you answered “Yes” to answers 1 and 7 or to any other 3 questions, a diagnosis of Androgen Deficiency in Aging Males (ADAM) is suspected.
When you speak to your medical care provider next, make sure you mention that you took this quiz and what your results were.