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Thread: My Testosterone is low

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    My Testosterone is low

    Hey, guys, I was on here a couple weeks ago talking about doing LGD and I got curious about my T levels so I got a blood test done for it.

    These are the results

    TESTOSTERONE,FR(DIALYSIS) AND TOTAL(LC/MS/MS)
    TESTOSTERONE, TOTAL, LC/MS/MS 159 LOW 250-1100 ng/dL 01
    FREE TESTOSTERONE 37.2 35.0-155.0 pg/mL 0

    I am 19 and this may explain why it's so hard for me to put on muscle even tho I eat correctly and workout right. I usually always am very tired throughout the day and never have much energy could this be the cause?
    Also, do you guys recommend going to see a doctor about TRT?

    I'm
    6'3"
    170 lbs
    bf 6%

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    Have you ever taken anything hormonal? I recommend going to see an endo asap. Your levels are extremely low and that's especially alarming at your young age

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    Definetly go see a doc!! Have you used anything that would surpress you?

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    No, SARMs was going to be the first thing I ever use

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    6'3 and 170 pounds! You are not eating right at all. If your eating the calories you would be gaining weight, fat or muscle (depending on training) but you would be gaining weight

    definitely need to see an endo

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    get yourself to an endo asap man... dont do anything else whatsoever but that first.. period... there are definitely issues here that need seriously addressed...

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    I eat 3500 calories and I am training right. I am decently strong I just don't grow. Anyways, thank you guys for the quick responses it means a lot.

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    I have to see my primary care physician before I can see an endo for some reason. The endo's office said I had to be referred before I could make an appointment.

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    Thats fine... they want their referral process but 3500 is clearly not enough at your age so thats part of the problem too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett Davis View Post
    I have to see my primary care physician before I can see an endo for some reason. The endo's office said I had to be referred before I could make an appointment.
    I get this all the time and I just lie and say I have a referral from primary. They usually dont call or follow up etc.. If they ask for paper work you forgot it. Such a racket...

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