I can confirm to you that the ranges are all correct. I'll scan a copy of the results this afternoon and post it or send it to you by PM.
I live in Montreal and was treated at Montreal General Hospital, and had my blood work done there. As per the abdominal CT scan, there was evidence that the cancer had spread to the abdominal lymph nodes. The protocol in this case was either 4xEP of 3xBEP. I ended up going with 4xEP, due to the bleomycin's (B) potential to cause long-term lung damage. No radiation.
Regrettably, the only things I had measured pre-orchiectomy and during chemo were the tumor markers (beta hCG, alpha feto protein, and maybe one or two others), so I don't have a pre-cancer reference point for total testosterone and all of the other hormones.
As for symptoms, in truth, other than the lower libido as of late, I can't say that I feel all that different than the way I did pre-cancer. For all I know, perhaps my TT has always been on the low-ish side, and the cancer has had no long-term effects. Whatever the case may be, poor results aren't any more acceptable.
In layman's terms, what can I infer from the relation between my current levels of LH/FSH/TT/Cortisol? What do these tell me, and what else should I absolutely have measured?