Hemocrit is actually 44. Just posted the ranges first, sorry for the confusion.
Definitely have had some stomach issues for a while, hands swell up after certain foods. Had to cut out gluten, dairy, soy, anything fermented, chocolate, and more. Tested negative for pretty much every autoimmune condition and allergies, doctor was baffled and pretty much just said stay away from trigger foods. Digestion issues as well and have had to take probiotics. However, I've had Low T long before these stomach issues which I've had for about 1-1/2 years.
I've had Sub 400 every year since 21 except for 2 years ago I had 475. Only difference is I cut carbs to about 30g a day and was less of a body fat % at about 8%. Now I'm at about 12%. Put on 10-12lbs by choice because I looked way to skinny at 5'7" 130lbs. I lift a few times a week and do cardio, so even at 12% my T should be well above 400 for someone my age...
Not sure if any of that is related but I'm starting to grasp at straws. Thanks for the reply KSMan.