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Testosterone:

How do you know if your body is producing enough testerone? Is there an actual test?
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Yes, there is a blood test to determine your testosterone level.
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What do they do If your levels are low?
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Best not to speculate and talk to a Dr if your levels are low if you test for it.
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I used to work with a guy that would get testosterone shots quite frequentely. I knew he was buying them on the streets. Don't worry, I am smarter then that. He just seemed to have such great energy. He accredited it to the drug. However, He gained loads of weight and looked like a ball!

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My doc says my testosterone level is 9.2 but don't understand how low this is I have all symptoms of low testosterone can anyone help me out ?
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Are you interpreting that correctly? I had a T test, and i am a weight lfter with 12% body fat and late 50's male. I bench press 275 for reps.
My T level was 580, and the range quoted was 0 to 900 or 1000  with 400 to 600 the mid range, I was informed by a Dr I am above average with my age.
If you are lower than 100 or 200, I think you should get some advice about options. A general rule is the higher the fat in a man the lower the T level. You husky types are in trouble.
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