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If you're taking any prescription medications, over-the-counter medications, or vitamin supplements, be sure to tell your doctor.

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A Guide to Talking to Your Doctor

Worried about remembering all the important questions you need to ask your doctor? Don't be. Having a prepared list in hand is a great way to make sure that your doctor addresses all your questions about Low T.

That's why we've created this Doctor Discussion Guide. Simply print it out and take it with you to your next doctor visit. If there are more questions you would like to ask, be sure to add them to the list.

Remember, only your doctor can decide if you need a blood test. So the more information you provide will help him decide what's best for you.

  1. I don’t feel sick, I just don’t feel like myself anymore. What could be causing it?
  2. Are the symptoms I am experiencing and my other conditions related to Low T? (Feel free to discuss your results from the Low T Symptoms Quiz.)
  3. Considering my symptoms, should I be tested for Low T?
  4. What medical treatment options are available if I have Low T?
  5. What is the difference between the different testosterone replacement therapies?
  6. If I have Low T, what happens if I don't have it treated?
  7. How does my diet, fitness, and lifestyle affect my testosterone?
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