Re: Question about getting blood test without insurance
You need insurance even if you don't have a testosterone problem. You are one accident or illness away from being financially in debt for decades. My husband had a co-worker who opted out of the insurance and got a cold which became bronchitis which became double pneumonia and 10 days in the hospital. Now she's wondering how to come up with the $60,000 she now owes (and all the bills aren't in yet).
Given your age LowT is unlikely, but possible. So if you test first, as was said, anything that comes back as abnormal is then pre-existing.
Rt thumb fusion '13. R&L thumb arthroplasty '12 ; RT TKR & Bilat CTS' 11. Fusions: L5-S1('87), L4-S1('93), C5-C7('06), L3-S1('10), C4-C5('13). C5-C7 foraminotomy '08