Male Hormone Deficiency

If you suspect that you might be suffering from TDS, talk to a doctor who knows exactly what you’re going through with a consultation at Dublin Medical Centre.

For an appointment, please call us on (01) 662 9777 or email us at and we’ll help you to get your old life back again.

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110,000 Irish men suffer - Testosterone deficiency affects more than you know - we can help!

Testosterone deficiency syndrome (TDS) is a condition caused by a drop in testosterone production in men.

Your body’s testosterone level peaks during adolescence and early adulthood. When you reach about 40, your body produces less testosterone. For many men, testosterone levels decline slowly and are not associated with any symptoms.

Symptoms include:

– Decreased libido
– Erectile dysfunction
– Loss of bone density/osteoporosis
– Loss of muscle mass
– Reduced muscle strength
– Decreased exercise endurance
– Prolonged recovery time after exercise
– Increase in fat mass
– Memory loss
– Mood changes and depression

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Diagnosing Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome at the clinic

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Some Questions We Might Ask You

    • Have you felt a decline in your feeling of general well-being?
    • Have you felt a decrease in muscular strength?
    • Have you felt a joint pain and muscular ache (lower back pain, joint pain, pain in a limb, general back ache)?
    • Have you felt depressed, down, sad, on the verge of tears with a lack of drive or mood swings?
    • Have you experienced excessive sweating recently?
    • Have you had problems sleeping or do you feel particularly tired?
    • Have you noticed a decrease in beard growth?
    • Have you felt irritable, aggressive, easily upset by little things or moody?
    • Have you noticed a decrease in your ability and/or frequency to perform sexually?
    • Have you felt nervous, anxious or panicky (inner tension, restlessness, feeling fidgety)?
    • Have you noticed a decrease in the number of morning erections?
    • Have you noticed a decrease in sexual desire/libido (lacking pleasure in sex, lacking desire for sexual intercourse)
    • Have you noticed an increase in physical exhaustion?