Thanks for the indepth reply!
Well they still have the sample and I have the option of further testing for up to 7 days with same sample. I'll try and give as much info as I can while not giving too much detail.
Test was at 8 am. At 7am had cocoa tea with usual stack - Magnesium L-T, D, C, Oxceloacetate, Tumeric + Bioperin, Cod Liver Oil 2 grams, Optineuro, B complex(this taken every other day), b12 (cyloabalamin). I drank lots of water(usually do tbh) and felt fantastic, bar perhaps the last 3 I'm pretty happy with these supplements. I always feel great for the first 3-4 hours on waking and assume it due partly to the supps and sleep, but also possibly due to a Testosterone spike, in the evening, when I feel crap. So i was going to assume the T would be higher than normal it being the morning and account for this, but I have no idea how to interpret the 19.2 nmol/l, expecting to get back for example 400 ng/dl.
I am going to get more tests to get TT and Abulin, so I can then calculate Free T.(I'm open to correction,I'm new to this). From your post I will be able to obtain globulin from this. How exactly did you deduce me having low T?
I can get a Thyroid bundle measuring TSH, fT3,fT4 along with Thyroid Stimulating antibodies.
I will also try to get E2 from this same sample.
RT3 is just too expensive at present. I can get it next month, which unfortunately means a different blood sample.
Will read sticky, check temp. 60 kg, active and good diet(IMO),24. Would not say I have dry skin or get cold easily, but don't really have a frame of reference, I have never been anyone else:)
Thanks for the info, I'll try to get as much data as possible, but testing isin't cheap