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Average T for a 31 Year Old?

Any one have and links to charts. My doctor got me up to just under 700 with just hcg. My problem is I never got blood tests while on depo shots and with total t at almost 700, e2 at 26 I still feel like crap but felt fine on depo shots.

He refuses to add back in any test because according to him I am at the top of the range. Keep in mind he is actually a fertility specialist so as long as my T is where it is at he could really care less how I feel…

[quote]rfish1966 wrote:
Any one have and links to charts. My doctor got me up to just under 700 with just hcg. My problem is I never got blood tests while on depo shots and with total t at almost 700, e2 at 26 I still feel like crap but felt fine on depo shots.

He refuses to add back in any test because according to him I am at the top of the range. Keep in mind he is actually a fertility specialist so as long as my T is where it is at he could really care less how I feel…[/quote]

Depends on the scale…most are 800-1000 on the top end and 120-200 on the low…

Looks like you are doing good. Mine is 351 at 36.

Values can vary depending on the test method used. All blood tests come back from the lab with a “reference range” so you know what is “normal” for that type of test. You should have a copy of the test results in hand so you can do your own research. Call you doctor’s office and ask them to make a copy for you. Some charge a small fee for this but if they refuse, get a new doctor. Seriously.

Quest Diagnostics shows a reference range for estradiol at 13-54 pg/ml so as long as you’re in the “normal” range, the vast majority of doctors aren’t going to be worried and write off your “feelings” as normal patient bullshit they deal with every day.

You can either find a doctor who specializes in TRT or take matters into your own hands and start reading up on aromatase inhibitors and SERMs and then decide what to do. Educating yourself is always the first step in protecting your health and well being.

Good luck!