Re: Thyroid and Testosterone Levels
I can see how there would be a relationship between them; all your hormones should be in balance for optimal health. I know for women, having high levels of estrogen and low levels of progesterone greatly influence how well your thyroid hormones work (or more aptly, don't work). I also know that having one hormone out of balance can cause others to be so as well, for women the 3 are thyroid, vit D and progesterone.
With respect to testosterone the ratio of cortisol:testosterone is important. Chronic stress, such as being hypothyroid often wreaks havoc with coritsol levels, which would effect the cotisol:testosterone ratio.
I would be surprized if your testosterone came back OK. BTW, did they test free testosterone? It's similar to thyroid hormones (all hormones actually) that free levels are more accurate for making diagnoses.
A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.