Signs of Low Testosterone

Have you recently noticed any of the following changes?
Signs of low testosterone:

    • Less muscle mass/strength
    • Increase in body fat
    • Mood swings (especially depression), feeling irritated
    • Negative thoughts
    • Loss of memory
    • Less energy, feeling tired
    • Decrease in sexual energy/libido/erections
    • Osteoporosis
    • Sleep disturbances

These are some of the signs indicating low testosterone symptoms. If this is the case it is advisable for you to visit your doctor and ask him for testosterone blood tests.

Yes, in order to get correct results it is necessary to undergo several tests, preferably in the morning when testosterone levels are at their highest. It is important to measure both testosterone and free testosterone to get the right picture.

Free testosterone is the one which is available to body and as such is of great importance.

A single test will be most likely invalid. This is due to cycling of testosterone levels during day.

What is testosterone?

As a steroid hormone (androgen) it is considered a dominant male hormone. In males it is secreted in testes and in females in ovaries. In addition, adrenal glands also secret small amount of testosterone. Testosterone is important to females as well, though in much smaller quantities (about ten times lower). Women show greater sensitivity to even small variations in amounts of testosterone.

Testosterone levels vary (testosterone cycles) during day and also during life time. They vary even more from person to person and as such they have to be considered on an individual bases.

What is a normal testosterone level?

Though the figures vary depending on research and different laboratories, the following are acceptable as average:


Total testosterone: 300 to 1,200 nanograms per decilitre (ng/dl) for male 20 – 39 years old. It decreases by age, male 40 – 59 years old: 300 – 900 ng/dl, male over 60 years old: 250 – 800 ng/dl.

Free Testosterone is usually about 2% of total testosterone: 40 to 250 picograms per millilitre (pg/ml).

(The above data vary slightly from lab to lab)


Generally acceptable range of testosterone is 20 to 70 nanograms per decilitre (ng/dl).

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