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Low T Levels...?!

Hi i am a 31yrs old male 5'11" - 315lbs 4 years ago i was 6'2"_i am worried about all the conditions i am developing i was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes 3 years ago, my levels of glucose are always up & down i also take some (anti depressants)  (trozadone & prozac) along with my glyburide & glipizide) i just had a blood test done and i was diagnosed with Low T @ 200 is this the reason why my penis gets soft while am doing sex w/o ejaculating or my sudden change on 1 minute sex activity .? Please Help me i feel like i cannot take one more thing on type of my shoulders and i have not been able to sleep for the last 72 hrs thinking on what to do, My doc prescribed (Androgel 5 mg) is there side effects to that ..? Please Doctor tell me what to do..!?
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No doctors are on this forum but my guess is the diabetes, anti depressants,being overweight
and the low testosterone is the problem.  
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Thank you for the answer...!
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