SURVEY: Looking for and managing low testosterone

In order to help us understand how GPs and clinicians in secondary care look for and manage low testosterone in men, we would be grateful if you would complete this short survey. The survey will take no longer than 4 minutes.

The survey results will be anonymous.

Are you a:


Where do you live?
Are you:

Which of the following, either on its own or in combination, in a middle aged or older man would prompt you to measure testosterone? (select all that apply)

What level of testosterone would you regard as ‘low’?

When testing for testosterone, what would you do if the result is low? (select all that apply)

When referring patients with low testosterone, who do you refer to? (select all that apply)


Generally, how satisfied are your patients with testosterone gel treatment?


Generally, how satisfied are your patients with testosterone injections?


In your experience, how long do patients tend to stay on testosterone gels?

In your experience, how long do patients tend to stay on testosterone injections?

If you work in secondary care do you:

In men stabilised on testosterone treatment, how often would you re-test testosterone levels?

Do you have any other comments to make on the management of men with low testosterone?



THANK YOU!



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This survey has been commissioned and sponsored by Ferring Pharmaceuticals Ltd

TM/417/2017/UK
Preparation date February 2017

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