| | Low Testosterone, what's my prognosis?
Hello, first time poster here, I just got test results back from my doctor, after going in to try to figure out my lack of stamina, strength, and general feeling of crappiness (not a specific symptom, I know, but that's the best I can come up with to describe it). All results are in the "normal range", except for testosterone, which is 170, normal range is listed as 251-827. Blood was drawn at 9am a week ago, I understand that testosterone levels should be highest in the morning. I am 29 years old, overweight at 6' 240lbs, and have felt like crap for months. I've got to go back to discuss this with the dr and figure out a course of action, but he mentioned replacement therapy. Honestly, I'm somewhat relieved that my problems aren't "in my head", because up until this point, I've gotten no support, and it seems that every doctor just wants to go straight to depression as a cause for general lack of drive/ambition, but I've resisted that because I've felt there had to be some deeper cause. I'm hopeful there is some relief in my future, because I've been feeling bad for months, and it has affected my work and home life. Any of your thoughts or experience with this would be appreciated.