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Testosterone, Hormones and General Men's Health / help needed - australia
« on: September 11, 2012, 02:32:34 pm »
I saw an endocrinologist a week ago. my T  levels are around 11.8 - 12.7 (340 - 366). the endocrinologist basically did not listen to me and I felt shut down and was more interested in my glucose intolerance than my testosterone.

I feel as though I am arguing with my doctor as well as he does not see that I have a problem and not to believe everything you read on the net. after seeing them my mood has been sent even lower.

does anyone have any suggestions of where to go??? I am at a total loss as what to do next...

Testosterone, Hormones and General Men's Health / Low T count
« on: July 31, 2012, 04:05:15 am »
I am a 43 yo and have just found out I have low T levels. I have had severe depression over the last 12 months and have no libido left. I was told it was just the medication - Edronax. I am also insulin resistant.
When I got the first Test back 12.8nmol (369) and was told that's in the normal range, but at least I was forewarned by this website. I said not really, I have T levels that are lower than the average 93 yo. I was given a second lot of tests :

Testosterone    12.7   nmol   (8.0 36)   (366 ng/dl)
Shbg                  43   nmol   (17-66)
Fai                     29.5%   (23.3 103)
Free testost.   216   pmol   (170-500)

I am a little confused how these figures relate to everything.
I have an appointment with an endocrinologist at the end of August.

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