The AMS questionnaire itself (or any other questionnaire) does not constitute a test or diagnosis of hypogonadism (also known as testosterone deficiency). A diagnosis of hypogonadism is based on symptoms that are indicative of testosterone deficiency (the AMS questionnaire can be used for symptom evaluation), combined with low testosterone levels as detected by mandatory blood testing.1-4
On the last page of the questionnaire you will get the option to print out your AMS score. We suggest you do, and bring it to your doctor.
For more information about the AMS questionnaire, and all its validated language versions, visit http://zeg-berlin.de/expertise/diagnostics-tools/ageing-male-symptoms-scale/about-ams-scale/
Disclaimer: This is for general information only and is not intended to replace a consultation with a healthcare professional, nor is it intended to provide specific medical advice and should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions.
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