Hypogonadism Clinical Trials

Have you been struggling with a low sex drive, loss of body hair or other effects of low testosterone? Our research team is conducting hypogonadism clinical trials at our clinic in Birmingham, Alabama. If you have been diagnosed with low testosterone, you could qualify for an upcoming study at Achieve Clinical Research.

Fill out the form on the right hand side of the page to find out if you qualify for one of our upcoming hypogonadism clinical trials →

man considers Hypogonadism Clinical Trials in Birmingham, Alabama

Don’t feel comfortable taking part in a clinical trial? You can still contribute to our research and earn money by referring someone else who qualifies for study. In fact, you can earn up to $100 for referring someone who qualifies for a hypogonadism clinical trial. Click here to learn more about our Refer-A-Friend program.

Want to see if you qualify for an upcoming study at our clinic? There are two ways you can contact our research team:

  • Complete our online form – All you need to do is provide a valid email and phone number and we’ll contact you shortly to discuss your eligibility for our clinical studies.
  • Give us a call –You can also call in to see if you qualify for a hypogonadism clinical trial. Call us anytime between 7 AM and 5 PM weekdays at (205) 757-8208.

Hypogonadism is a condition that can affect both men and women where the gonads, or sex glands, produce little to no sex hormones. These are vital in the sexual development of men and women. They help control pubic hair growth, the development of sexual organs such as the breasts and testicles and control sperm production in men, and the menstrual cycle for women.

Unfortunately, a comprehensive cure for hypogonadism has yet to be discovered. However, there are treatments available for this condition, but it typically requires lifelong treatment to avoid symptoms resurfacing.

We’re conducting hypogonadism clinical research to learn more about the different causes for this condition and how to better treat the symptoms associated with it. Our research team is looking for people in Birmingham and the surrounding area who have been diagnosed with hypogonadism. This research will help us develop even better options for people living with this condition.

Do I Qualify for a Hypogonadism Study in Birmingham?

You should know that qualification criteria varies depending on the type of clinical study being conducted. Why does this matter? It means that you may not qualify for a given clinical trial, even if you have low testosterone.

Doctor tells patient he is eligible for a hypogonadism clinical trial in Birmingham


Before contacting us about our hypogonadism clinical trials, consider the following factors:

  • You reserve the right to drop out of a research study at any time, but doing so will forfeit your claim to any compensation offered for completing that study.
  • You must be willing to comply with the procedures (clinic visits, scheduled exams) that are required to complete the study.
  • We’re only enrolling people who have hypogonadism for these clinical trials.
  • You don’t need health insurance to qualify for a clinical trial.

Compensation for Taking Part in a Clinical Trial

All study related care (including laboratory services, study medications and physical examinations) are provided to participants free of charge. Participants that complete the study may also receive compensation for time and travel. It is important to note that compensation may vary depending on the hypogonadism clinical trial you are enrolled in.

Please call us at (205) 757-8208 if you have other questions.

Signs and Symptoms of Hypogonadism

There are two types of hypogonadism, primary hypogonadism and central hypogonadism. In patients with primary hypogonadism, the condition stems from a problem with the gonads themselves and can have a variety of causes ranging from infection to genetic disorders.

On the other hand, central hypogonadism is brought on by problems with the pituitary and hypothalamus glands in the brain. Central hypogonadism can also have a wide array of causes such as brain tumors, radiation and nutritional deficiencies.

It is important to note that men and women may experience different symptoms of hypogonadism.

Common symptoms of hypogonadism in men are:

  • Low libido
  • Osteoporosis
  • Muscle loss
  • Reduced growth of penis and testicles
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Infertility
  • Breast enlargement
  • Loss of body hair

Common symptoms of hypogonadism in women are:

  • Lack of sex drive
  • Slow or absent breast growth
  • Energy and mood changes
  • Body hair loss
  • Hot flashes
  • Menstruation stops

Please Note: If you have any other questions about our hypogonadism clinical trials or other research studies at Achieve Clinical Research, please call us at (205) 757-8208. Our office hours are from 7 AM to 5 PM every weekday.