KSman, It turns out that I was using the wrong lab range for free testosterone and was trying to convert from pg/mL to ng/dL. Looking at the correct range of 6.6 - 26.5 pg/mL, 14.6 free testosterone on the last test is well within the normal range. However, I still feel that it should be higher for my age.
So here are the results for the new tests that you requested as well as some other tests:
Total Testosterone: 675 ng/dL (188 - 882 ng/dL)
Free Testosterone: 17.7 pg/mL (6.6 - 26.5 pg/mL)
LH: 4.3 mIU/mL (1.7 - 8.6 mIU/mL)
FSH: 2.1 mIU/mL (1.5 - 12.4 mIU/mL)
8:00 am Cortisol: 20.4 ug/dL (6.2 - 19.4 ug/dL)
---> Note: The Cortisol is probably high because while driving to the test location, I got stuck in stop-and-go traffic and the sun was in my eyes the whole way so I passed the exit ramp and got very stressed out.
Prolactin: 8.6 ng/mL (4.0 - 15.2 ng/mL)
SHBG: 41.6 nmol/L (16.5 - 55.9 nmol/L)
TSH (tested in October) : 3.21 mIU/L (0.50 - 4.30 mIU/L)
AST (tested in October) : 35 U/L (12 - 32 U/L)
ALT (tested in October) : 35 U/L (8 - 46 U/L)
White Blood Cell Count (tested in October) : 8.4 thousand/uL (3.8 - 10.8 thousand/ uL)
Red Blood Cell Count (tested in October) : 5.42 million/uL (4.38 - 5.82 million/uL)
Hematocrit (tested in October) : 51.6 % (42.4 - 53.7 %)
FSH seems very low, AST is high, and SHBG seems elevated. Hematocrit seems pretty high.