Self Test on Testosterone Deficiency (ADAM Questionnaire)
Do you show related symptoms?
The following self test screens for symptoms of low testosterone or testosterone deficiency (Androgen Deficiency in Aging Men - 'ADAM') and was originally published by Dr. John E. Morley in 2000. Using this test, typical symptoms of testosterone deficiency in 40+ years old men can be identified even without undergoing a chemical analysis of your blood or saliva. Low testosterone levels are often related to a variety of physical symptoms, a lack on sexual drive as well as erectile dysfunction and are a typical sign of the so-called 'Andropause'.
Please note: because of the conditions of a test done on the Internet, it shouldn't be mistaken as a diagnostic test - it can not replace a medical diagnosis or preventive medical checkups. If you have reason to believe you are suffering from testosterone deficieny, it is thereby strongly suggested to undergo a test or evaluation at a doctor to exlude health risks as a reason.
The test contains 10 questions and takes about 1 minute to complete.
After submitting your answers, the results will be displayed.
Privacy is considered as important by me as a psychotherapist: your answers will be saved for statistical reasons, but without any personal reference which would allow a conclusion about your identity. To avoid abuse of this questionnaire, your IP address will be recorded.
Instructions and complementary notes
The results will be more accurate if you answer honestly.
Please answer spontaneously, without dithering too long.
Please answer all questions and don't leave an of them unanswered -
a result will only be displayed if you answered the complete questionnaire.