From my reading those levels would be considered mid normal.
The "normal range" the lab my doc uses is normal 255-1010 ng/dl
So, in my case it was when I hit 254 ng/dl that the doc said -- "you have low test -- lets send you to an endo.
So technically you are mid range normal. Your testicles are functioning. That's a good thing.
If I were you and I wanted to raise test I would hold off seeking TRT and look at supplements like Gaspari Novadex XT or the Biotest Alpha Male. There are threads around here where guys have had good results w those. See for example:
But as others said, do you have symptoms of low test?
The ADAM test was an eye opener for me -- see the site because there is a formula re which questions you answer "yes" to:
May be useful you to take and print out the ADAM test to take along to his visit:
Could It Be Low Testosterone?
The ADAM test (Androgen Deficiency in Aging Men) is a tool used to screen for symptoms of low testosterone in men over 40 years old.
It's a simple first step toward finding out if your symptoms could be related to andropause. Answer the questions below to determine if you are a candidate for salivary bioavailable testosterone (SBA-T) measurement and a clinical consultation about testosterone treatment options.
Print the results and discuss them with your doctor and/or pharmacist.
Have you experienced a decrease in your sex drive (libido)?
Do you lack energy?
Have you lost height?
Has your strength and/or endurance decreased?
Have you noticed yourself enjoying life less?
Are you frequently sad or irritable?
Are your erections less strong?
Have you noticed a recent deterioration in your athletic ability?
Do you find yourself falling asleep after dinner?
Has there been a recent deterioration in your work performance?