Please read these stickies found here: https://forums.t-nation.com/t/about-the-t-replacement-category/38/2?u=ksman
* advice for new guys - please provide more info about you
* things that damage your hormones
* finding a TRT doc
Was there something significant leading up to this like an auto accident or blow to the head?
When you deal with doctors, they look at statistical normal ranges then make the dumb ass assumption that that is a normal state of health. -wrong
For your age group, your levels are very low. The lab range for testosterone covers a wide age bracket.
list any medications
list other health concerns/events
Thyroid problems can lead to same symptoms and also lead to low T problems. Have you been using iodized salt to support your thyroid?
You need to find the root problem. Low T is a symptom.
There are a lot of guys in your age group that land here. So there is some experience to draw on.
As you read the stickies, you might recognize some issues that apply to you.