How Scott Disick Plans To Deal With His Low Testosterone Diagnosis

How Scott Disick Plans To Deal With His Low Testosterone Diagnosis

Scott Disick opened up about his recent health scare after he thought he had come down with COVID-19. During a new episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, the 37-year-old socialite expressed his anxiety over having feelings of fatigue.

The reality star spoke about his feelings and how it seemed like he was coming down with the flu. Disick said to Kim Kardashian that he didn’t feel sick, he just felt tired. Disick says to Kim in the clip that the way he feels doesn’t seem normal for a 36-year-old man.

Disick was initially concerned about going to the doctor out of fear, but Kim convinced him to see a medical professional. Once the bloodwork test was completed, Scott found out that he was suffering from low testosterone which could be a result of his lifestyle of partying in conjunction with recently losing his parents.

Disick said in his confessional that he has had a lot of tough moments in his life. The star went on to say that he “used to drink and party and go out a ton.” His body has definitely been put through a lot of challenges, Disick suggested.

Thankfully, Disick’s condition is treatable with injections, however, rather than becoming dependent on it, the reality star said he has chosen to go the natural way. Disick goes on to say on the show that his doctor told him it was treatable. He’s just thankful it wasn’t anything serious.

Scott has endured a lot of lifestyle changes over the last year and a half, including his split with Sofia Richie. Additionally, it was announced earlier this year that Keeping Up With The Kardashians would be wrapping up its final season.

It was reported by multiple outlets that Scott and the rest of the family wouldn’t be returning to the show, and while it was good news for Kim and Kylie, Scott and Khloe apparently took it a lot harder. Sources have claimed Scott and Khloe got used to the nice paycheck and thought of the show as easy money.