Low testosterone is diagnosed by two ways. Number one, a blood test, and number two, looking at your symptoms. Combining these two together, we’re able to get a complete picture in terms of your low testosterone diagnosis. So the blood tests, we do know that testosterone range is anywhere from 300 to 1000, which is a pretty broad range. Therefore, the symptoms are pretty important in terms of diagnosing low testosterone. The symptoms that I mentioned earlier include poor energy levels, chronic fatigue, poor erectile function, low libido, poor mood, irritability, depression. These are just some of the symptoms associated with it, but by looking at the blood test and assessing your symptoms, we’re able to make an accurate diagnosis of low testosterone.