I am 23 so I always get the highest range on my reports. Either way, if all laboratories are performing the way that they should, a midrange result at one lab should also yield a midrange number at another, although the absolute values of these numbers could be much different. So getting a result that is 125% the top of the range at one lab and 50% of the top at a different lab is rather annoying. It makes it difficult to tune doses, especially when your doctor sees the 125% result and says NO MORE T FOR YOU, and especially when your remaining hypogonadal symptoms could be alleviated with a slightly higher dose.
Unfortunately, I can't buy Quest's accurate LC/MS/MS TT, free and biovailable test on my own, so I am stuck with this inferior labcorp testing.
But Labcorp does have the only estradiol test I would ever use -- estradiol, sensitive. Quest has garbage estradiol testing.