Tiredness

Low sex drive

Irritability

Loss of
concentration

Loss of erections

Body sign reading "Increased body fat"
Road sign reading "Fatigue"
DID YOU KNOW?

8% of men in the UK aged between 50 and 79, that is more than 790,000 men, are affected by testosterone deficiency. Complete the assessment, it is a short questionnaire used by doctors to help find out if you might have testosterone deficiency. It’s quick and easy to complete.

Body sign reading "Reduced libido"
Road sign reading "Low mood"
VARIOUS SYMPTOMS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH TESTOSTERONE DEFICIENCY (TD)

Testosterone deficiency is a medical condition where the body does not produce enough of the male hormone, testosterone, and symptoms relating to testosterone deficiency are present. These symptoms can include low sex drive, loss of erections, low mood, tiredness, weight gain and loss of body hair, amongst others.

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Sexual dysfunction

Low sex drive
Difficulty achieving orgasm
Difficulty in getting or keeping an erection (i.e. weak or no morning erections)

Physical Dysfunction

Weight gain
Male breasts
Hot flushes and sweats
Loss of muscle and strength
Loss of body hair

Reduced well-being

Tiredness
Low mood or depression
Loss of concentration
Irritability