I found your online forum and was hoping someone here would be able to shed some light on a blood work question.
Currently 53 years old, worked in construction since a teen. I have been on TRT since Aug of 2014 after a year of feeling pretty messed up.
Short story is I got an infection in my leg that almost cost me my leg and never really felt 100% after that and then over time started to feel physically and psychologically not right and didn`t realize it for a while but Libido was history.
Numerous tests of all kinds including a doctor that said I needed to be on anti-depressants. Finally ended up getting tested for testosterone and found that things weren’t working anymore, never really found out why.
The doc started me on AndroGel 5mg which helped for a while but never really felt good again just not as crappy. The chart of my blood tests below has some comments and a timeline explaining some of this journey.
I will say that finding a doctor that has knowledge on TRT is a challenge at best. I had one doctor when I asked about TRT tell me that if he prescribed cocaine I would feel better also but that didn’t mean he should do that either.
Finally found someone that understood, somewhat.
I now inject Testosterone Enanthate (DELATESTRYL) 130mg once a week IM as of November of 2018.
I do feel sustainably better than a few years back.
My question is based on the blood work below what would cause Bio-Available Testosterone to be so far over range when total testosterone is in range.
This is mostly blood work I
ve had done. My doctor tests total T once a year and thats it.
Is once a week okay from what I read a lot of guys split the dosage a few times a week.
Thanks for any feedback.