I'm 26 years old, so, sorry for crashing the party here, but I figure readers here will likely know more about my situation than the whippersnappers.
I received my bloodwork readout today, and I'm surprised at my testosterone serum level: 917 ng/dl. This number, designated as "High" on the readout on a "reference interval" of 241-827 (which I assume is the lab's idea of normal), gives me pause for the following reasons:
I have low energy, low libido, and difficulty waking up - which is why I went to a doctor. I weigh 145 lbs. at 6'. I have flabby, yet stick-like, arms.
What do y'all think? I didn't ask for a "free testosterone" test because I didn't want my doc to know that I know a little more than the average layman about T (thanks T-Nation!). Should I get that test?
BTW, my doc reviewed the rest of my bloodwork - including cholesterol and glucose levels - and concluded that the readings were "great." Thanks in advance.