The ADAM quiz lets you know, based on the symptoms you report, if you may have testosterone deficiency. This quiz can help you determine if you need to get your testosterone level checked to rule out Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome.
Answer the ten questions below, and you will get your results immediately by email.
Note: You should not use the results of this brief self-evaluation as a replacement for a medical consultation. If you receive a positive result, it does not mean you have a testosterone deficiency. This quiz provides an initial analysis of your symptoms. The ADAM quiz is a guide to help you figure out if you should bring up these concerns with your healthcare provider.
Take the ADAM Low Testosterone Quiz
Testosterone Deficiency in Males: Common Signs and Symptoms
Signs and symptoms associated with testosterone deficiency include the following:
Sexual Signs and Symptoms
- Reduced sex drive
- Reduced erectile function
Cognitive Signs and Symptoms
- Depressive symptoms
- Cognitive dysfunction
- Reduced motivation
- Poor concentration
- Poor memory
Physical Signs and Symptoms
- Reduced energy
- Reduced endurance
- Diminished work performance
- Diminished physical performance
- Loss of body hair
- Reduced beard growth
- Reduced lean muscle mass
- Change in sleep pattern
How Do I Know If I Have Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome?
Men who have signs and symptoms of low testosterone and who tested positive on the ADAM quiz undergo blood tests to determine if their testosterone level truly is below a healthy range. The diagnosis of Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome will be confirmed once a man has an unequivocally low total testosterone level on two separate morning laboratory tests.
What Causes Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome in Males?
Causes of testosterone deficiency (TD) are numerous and divided into two main categories: primary causes and secondary causes.
In primary hypogonadism, either a congenital (born with it) or acquired (mumps, trauma, radiation) testicular problem exist such that the testes cannot produce enough testosterone.
Secondary hypogonadism accounts for the majority of low testosterone cases. In this type, testosterone level is low as a result of complex physiological and behavioural factors that interfere with testosterone production in the otherwise normally formed testicles. Common examples of these conditions are obesity, diabetes, and head trauma.
Testosterone Replacement Therapy at Pollock Clinics in Vancouver
At Pollock Clinics, our goal is to carefully diagnose and treat those patients who have signs and symptoms of low testosterone through detailed history taking, focused physical examination, and proper biochemical laboratory testing.
Our clinic provides testosterone replacement therapy to patients who have signs/symptoms and biochemical evidence of hypogonadism (low testosterone) and only after we have validated that they can have testosterone therapy safely.
Circumstances, where it may not be safe, will be determined by the treating physician through the assessment process.
Please contact us for more information.