Please if anyone can help with this question do so, I am very worried.
In the beginning of February I somehow convinced myself that I had low-t. It was because I heard someone on the radio talking about some issues that sounded like mine and so the doctor on the radio recommended that he look into Androgel.
Well, I went to my doctor on the 9th and "told him" I though I had low-t and to give me an Androgel 5mg Rx. He has known me for 7 years and I am usually right when I tell him what is wrong, so he wrote me the prescription.
He did take some blood and sent it off for testing my levels before I started taking it.
I took the gel for about a week and then my results came back.
Free T-Level: 81.4
Free T-%: 1.78
That's the results from my test which was done around 11am in the morning.
I continued taking the Androgel for 18 days. As of yesterday I stopped taking it.
My questions are:
For 32 years old are the levels I listed above good, or what?
After taking the gel for 18 days am I going to feel really bad and if so, will it get better?
What non prescription supplements can I take to increase my levels without any bad side effects?
Should I not stop taking Androgel cold turkey and use just a smaller amount for a few days and then smaller, etc.?
Please help because Androgel is too expensive and I don't have insurance.
BTW, I am in pretty decent health and such, thanks to boxing, in case that matters with any answers.