Changes in your partners body, mood and a reduced desire to be intimate are all symptoms of Low T. He can discover if he has Low T by making an appointment with his doctor to have a blood test. 3
It's important to share your concerns with your spouse/partner if you think he's suffering from Low T.
Here are a few tips:
- Make sure you're free distractions and interruptions when you're talking with him.
- Understand that discussing Low T with him may be difficult. The symptoms can be a source of anger and frustration.
- Make sure he understands that Low T is a medical condition.1 Be prepared to discuss the specifics of Low T and steps toward treatment found on this web site.
- If your partner has type 2 diabetes, encourage him to discuss Low T with his physician at his next appointment. The Endocrine Society recommends that all men with Type 2 diabetes have their testosterone levels checked. 3
- Offer to accompany him to the doctor's office.
- Remind him how important his happiness is to your relationship.