Thanks for your response.
It's not my intention to "cheat" my way into TRT, I was just wondering what factors anyone thought might affect my levels on a daily basis.
I actually think it's an underlooked issue, as there are so many factors to contend with. The biggest one I've seen is simply the difference between morning and night. Possibly alcohol consumption, but I would assume that would mess up other markers?
I've researched the stickys as best I could and could only find some information regarding this.
To clarify my point:
Say that your doctor agrees that you need TRT if you test below 300, and in the morning you test at 320? Why do the test in the morning and continue to feel like shit for longer, and have to go through the trouble of getting testing again and again, until your morning level drops to 299, when you could just do the test in the evening and likely be sub-300. (note I am using 300 arbitrarily)
I'm not sure how my doctor will react, but I would rather have the option to go on TRT if I can, rather than just having to wait and take another test later on.
I've been feeling like crap long enough, if there is a factor I can control to speed up the process and give me a more favourable outcome I will... But it's not my intention to cheat my way to TRT.
Actually, if time of day can alter your test levels that much, it should be taken into consideration when the test is done. Is it?