I've never heard of anyone's level lower than my husbands (he's @ 58!) until now. Did you see a family doctor - a general practicioner? Did he outline a treatment plan for you? My husband is on Androgel (1mg packet application per day.) As soon as we go back for his re-visit w/our family doctor in 3 weeks to have his level checked again, we are going to go to see a Urologist because this is a life-long thing for him it seems, he is unable to produce enough T to keep things running as they should be within his body and miind....Bless his heart - and bless yours too! I don't know if you are married or have a significant other - but keep in mind - this affects them greatly too. I am trying to deal w/changes and be supportive and understanding. But I cannot help be feel rejected and sad when he is unable to arouse/perform and he beats himself up about it. This is where I seem to have trouble being totally understanding....we've had this wonderful close relationship for over 25 years (we are both 44) and sex has never ever been an issue - it was always mutually satisfying & exciting. But now suddenly that desire is gone and he would rather turn over and go to sleep as soon as the light goes out!
I am hoping w/a couple more weeks on this gel treatment will make a difference in the libido department. Hope all turns out well for you. My husband's replenishing is going to be life long b/c he is just someone who consistenltly has low T - it 1st sufaced 20 years ago & now it's back w/a vengence!