There are both sexual and non-sexual signs and symptoms associated with low testosterone. Sexual symptoms include poor erectile function, low libido (desire for sex), weaker and fewer erections, and reduced sexual activity. Nonsexual symptoms include increased body fat, decreased energy and fatigue, reduced muscle mass, and depression.
How is hypogonadism diagnosed?
The diangosis of hypogonadism should start with careful evaluation by a physician experienced in diagnosing and managing patients with low testosterone. Many of the symptoms of androgen deficiency are non-specific and may be multifactorial in origin. Hence, symptoms may not be necessarily linked to low testosterone alone