26-year-old white male here, with low T results for my age range. I'm curious what everyone's opinion here is on my full blood test panel results, what they mean, and perhaps where I should go from here.
Thyroid, Testosterone, and LH/FSH/Prolactin: http://i.imgur.com/2sLuaNQ.png (taken Dec 2015)
Sex Hormone Panel: http://i.imgur.com/GRXQVuE.png (Taken Oct 2015)
Metabolic Panel: http://i.imgur.com/nJArOWZ.png (Taken Oct 2015)
Platelet Panel: http://i.imgur.com/1Z5xdUX.png (Taken Oct 2015; I was dehydrated, which is why platelets are high)
Some random notes:
For both tests, my testosterone level was 379 (Oct) and 334 (Dec). Both are very low for my age range, and the latter is below even the liberal lab standard for all men.
I have all the classic low T symtoms. VERY low sex drive, difficulty achieving and maintaining erections, no morning wood, HORRIBLE brain fog, belly fat that won't go away, fatigue, terrible anxiety, etc.
My diet consists mainly of lean meat (chicken and turkey), dark leafy greens (in the form of salads--my typical salad is field greens, spinach, kidney beans, egg whites, broccoli, sunflower seeds, etc. with olive oil as my dressing), fruit (apples and bananas), eggs, peanut butter, nuts, and once a week, a frozen Amy's pizza.
I exercise at least three times a week, usually more.
No high-fructose corn syrup, no trans fats, no aspartame, very little added sugar. I eat very cleanly.
I supplement with a multivitamin, a Vitamin D supplement (5,000 IU, highly soluable), zinc, and fish oil (Carlson's liquid fish oil, the most bioavailable).
So, my questions are:
1.) What do you notice or interpret from my results? What, in your opinion, do they mean?
2.) What are some possible courses of action from here?