So I went to my Endo recently and I was explaining a few symptoms to him (fatigue, high blood pressure, general weakness and feeling crappy), and he decided to test a few hormones. My Testosterone Serum was 251 ng/dL, and the range listed is 348-1197. There's nothing wrong with my testicles so he's saying it's Hypogonadotrophic Hypogonadism, which is just a fancy way of saying something besides your testes is causing the low testosterone.
I'm only 33 years old and he said this number is awfully low for someone of my age. My BMI is about 30% and I don't exercise that much, so I'm sure that's contributing it to it, but does anyone else have this issue? I'm not sure I want to start taking the testosterone because once you start, you can't stop. But if the testosterone increase will make me healthier again, I'm going to be more willing to do it.