The Androgen Deficiency in Aging Males (ADAM) test is an easy way to answer questions about your sexual health, which can help to see if you need your testosterone level checked. A positive result does not necessarily mean that you have a low testosterone level or require treatment, but can be a guide to help discuss your symptoms with your doctor.

Remember, there are no right or wrong answers, this is only a guide to help you and your doctor or nurse.
Do any of these apply to you?

  • Not as much energy as you use to have
  • Sleepy or tired in the afternoon
  • A decrease in strength or endurance
  • A decrease in "sense of well being" or "enjoyment of life"
  • Often feel sad or grumpy
  • Deceased sex drive
  • slower recovery or decreased performance when performing sports activities
  • sore or slower healing from injuries
  • trouble staying focused at work
  • Erections aren't as strong or last as long as they use too
  • gaining weight or trouble losing weight
  • loss of muscle density
  • poor sleep or slow to get going in the morning

 If you have any one of the symptoms listed above, there is a chance you have Low Testosterone. If you have two or more of the symptoms listed above, there is a high probability you have Low Testosterone.

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