This link may help you.
I notice that the ranges they express in the link for healthy non-diabetic males is a very widely distributed curve. Lets consider the age category 25-29 on this chart, 669 is the mean total testosterone. But, the standard deviation is 206 which means that approximately 68% should fall into the range of between 463-875 with a third of the sample lying outside this range, with only about 16% falling below this range.
The unfortunate thing for most fitness minded individuals is that with our testosterone boosting lifestyles and diets we may not fall under what is medically considered low testosterone because we have actually pushed our levels up into the normal distribution curve. Make sure you are aware of this and if your doctor seems to think you being at the low end of the spectrum is “just fine”, you should seek attention elsewhere. [/quote]
Totally agree with your statement, I am definitely on the low end. Fortunately for me my internist is very open to the idea of TRT, Im going to see if it is right for me. I just got my T checked for a second time, this time in the am, and it measured 340, in my eyes thats to low for my age.
The ranges that are fall under average is quite ridiculous, when one person my age can have a t count of 800 ng/dl and be considered within the normal range and myself being in the 300 and also be considered normal…quite frankly ridiculous