Many here will not be surprised by my saying this...
FSH 10.1 mIU/ml (1.3-19.3)
LH 2.5 mIU/ml (1.2-8.6 )
LH is low, makes sense against low T.
BUT, LH and FSH levels are normally similar. When we see FSH that is high VS LH, we need to be concerned that there might be a FSH secreting testicular cancer. You doc may not pick up on this. You should have your testes examined, and an ultrasound can be done for screening.
FSH secreting pituitary adinoma are possible, but rare.
Testicular cancer is a young man's disease. So maybe this a false alarm.
With TRT LH and FSH get zero'd out. When FSH does not go near zero, we have the same alarms.
Prolactin ranges mysteriously vary wildly from one lab to another. However, it is a concern when one is near the top of the range. The concern is a prolactin secreting pituitary adinoma. Prolactin increases with orgasm and hugging babies, puppies and kittens, so try to recall if a factor. High prolactin can affect T levels. Levels can get very high, so yours is not shouting for attention.
Ping me with updates on the KSman is here thread later on.