I’m talking about the level they give for normal healthy. They say normal healthy is averaging 6xx but if you go to your Dr they won’t consider treating you unless you’re below 300. Why?
Because averages don’t matter. Your levels aren’t considered “unhealthy” unless they’re below 300… period.
Why wait until you’ve suffered to the point where you’re down to 300? To me if you’re below the average normal healthy range, 6xx, for your age and you’re suffering from symptoms of low T than treatment should be considered.[/quote]
Unfortunately, what you think doesn’t matter to your doctor who is trying to avoid malpractice lawsuits and a visit from the DEA.
There is one simple reason for all this nonsense: The Anabolic Steroids Control Act of 1990 which made testosterone a Schedule III controlled substance in the same category as methamphetamine, opium and morphine and which also makes it possible for a doctor prescribing testosterone to be charged as a drug dealer.
It’s not your doctor’s fault; it’s our fault as a nation for allowing this to happen. The anti-steroids hysteria is nonsense, but nonsense often rules people’s hearts and minds.