I recently had several blood tests to ascertain what level my testosterone is,
with varying results.
Test 1> 6.9
Test 2> 6.9
although this level is considered considerably low, my doctor then gave me an additional test.
At this point however, let me explain that prior to tests I have endured a very tough period including the death of my brother and a traumatic break up with my ex-wife, who, along with her family are actively causing trouble for me including going to see my doctor.
Test 3> 16.9
I then went to see a specialist Endocrinologist.
He gave me an examination and told me that it was likely that I was suffering from hypogonadism or perhaps even a rare mosaic variation of klienfelter syndrome.
At this point, due to the 3rd test being significantly different to the first 2, he told me to have two further tests in order to see if they came back as low as the first two or higher.
Test 4> 16.9
however, at the time the test was taken, my ex-wife's brother in law, who I know to be malicious and dishonest followed me in to the Blood Clinic at the local hospital as well.
My ex-wife was also a friend of one of the nurses at the clinic.
She also knew people whom worked in the pathology lab as well.
Nonetheless, I feel that these last two tests were unreliable and likely someone elses blood.
Now, I had a 5th blood test, the blood being taken after I slept for 32 hours straight.
This test came back as
Test 5> 13.1
Now. With such varied test results I am very confused as to what the cause is and wether the doctors will treat me with hormone therepy.
If the tests are accurate and the cause is undertermined or put down to stress.
Then, I am wondering if low testosterone caused by stress anxiety can be treated with testosterone or something else.
I have read in a previous article written by a military doctor where a patient with a similar symptoms was treated with testosterone therapy. And if this practice is used by some health professionals, where would i find such a health professional in order to try out such treatment.
Thanks for reading and thanks for any help.