Complete List of Symptoms Which May Point to Signs of Low-Testosterone

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Low testosterone (Low-T) is affecting millions of men throughout the United States, with more than 70% of men in the United States being obese or overweight according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) this staggering number could mean most men over 30  in the United States suffer from Low-T and may not know it. Perhaps you’re suffering from Low-T and may not even know it. Although the best way of finding out if you have Low-T is with a hormonal blood panel (like the Low-T test we offer at Body RX), your symptoms may help provide signals that when combined, will mean you should seek a Low-T test.

Do I have Low-Testosterone?

The most typical symptoms patients with low testosterone levels complain about are fatigue, libido issues, and excess visceral body fat. Many times patients are not aware of the causes of low-t and live a sedentary life, drink alcohol, or suffered from an illness that caused their low-t. There are even foods that can contribute to low-t levels.

Does this sound familiar?

You may be experiencing symptoms of Low Testosterone (Low-T).

Men in their mid-to-late 30’s and 40’s all over the country are experiencing the sometimes subtle symptoms of Low-T, some go through life with an undiagnosed and untreated condition, which when combined with a sedentary lifestyle, bad nutrition, and poor quality sleep, can worsen and cause compounding health problems, and may even contribute to an early death.

List of Low-Testosterone Symptoms

If you suffer from one or more of the symptoms below, make sure you visit a TRT clinic or doctor that specializes in hormone-level medicine (you may not get the same advice from a traditional primary care physician).

  • Low Sex Drive
  • Difficulty getting an erection
  • No morning erections
  • Decrease in semen volume
  • Hair Loss
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Bad Mood / Irritability
  • Loss of Muscle Mass
  • Increased Body Fat
  • Decreased Bone Mass (Osteoporosis)
  • Mood Changes
  • Hot Flashes
  • Testicular shrinkage
  • Increased hemoglobin A1c
  • Insomnia / poor quality sleep
  • Difficulty concentrating / Lack of focus
  • Lack of motivation
  • Weight gain
  • Inability to lose weight with diet and exercise
  • Worsening of sleep apnea

What are the levels of testosterone considered low?

If you get tested for low-t and the diagnosis is based on a low blood level (300 ng/dl or below) with symptoms, you may be diagnosed and eligible for bio-identical testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) to treat your low-T.