Looking at the Quest ordering page the E2 test is $80 and then $70 is the cheapest that includes Free and Total T and the test includes Testosterone, Free and Total, LC/MS/MS. Add a CBC for $25 and we are up to $175. The Anti-Aging test collection above is only $9 more with a the addition of DHEA (among a few others) which Id like as well.
I will bring the test to the Endo in a few weeks but Im not hopeful I can convince any doctor of the labs I want/need anymore. I couldnt convince my PCP for anything more than Total T. Im willing to pay a bit out of pocket for peace of mind and knowing Im on the right track. Heck I have a script for T which is already saving money compared to having to pay for all from a T clinic. WHICH I would do if I had too.