To diagnose low testosterone, your doctor will review your medical history, which is important in determining the causes of low testosterone, a form of hypogonadism. The doctor will also give a physical examination, checking the size of the testes and breasts as well as the amount of body hair. A doctor will also look for Eunuchoid proportions, a condition associated with low testosterone. A doctor may also check a man's sperm count. A blood test is the most important in determining the level of testosterone in the blood.
Relative poverty is the "most useful measure for ascertaining poverty rates in wealthy developed nations".      Relative poverty measure is used by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and Canadian poverty researchers.      In the European Union, the "relative poverty measure is the most prominent and most–quoted of the EU social inclusion indicators".