testosterone levels

Discussion in 'Anything and Everything about dietary supplements' started by faz, Mar 3, 2006.

  1. faz

    faz Active Member

    just had mine done at the doctors they came back as normal 12.5 ...i am 48 this month dont know is that high or low [​IMG]
  2. Totentanz

    Totentanz Super Moderator Staff Member

    When you get your test levels checked, you want to get both total and free test checked, and you also need to compare it to the normal range that the lab will give on the report. Results can vary widely based on which lab runs your blood, so they should usually provide their reference range along with your results so you can get a more accurate idea of where you stand.
  3. faz

    faz Active Member

    cheers mate
  4. dkm1987

    dkm1987 New Member

    12.5 What? Whether this was ng/mL, nmol/L or ng/dL makes a world of difference.
  5. faz

    faz Active Member

    cheers dan will have to find out
  6. faz

    faz Active Member

    dan it was 12.5 nmol/L [​IMG]
  7. dkm1987

    dkm1987 New Member

    That's fine, nothing to worry about [​IMG]
  8. faz

    faz Active Member

    thank you dan [​IMG]
  9. mostlyallan

    mostlyallan New Member

    Thought I'd resurrect this post seeing as I just had my test levels done (including other blood work).

    Came back with 31.1 nmol/l with the labs normality range of 10-30 (I managed to get a conversion to ng/dL online which works to 836).

    Btw, cholesterol was 3.4 which the doc says is very good. (triglycerides:0.8, HDL:1, LDL:2).


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