What are the exact results of your T3 and T4 and were those Free T3 and Free T4 or were they Total T3 and Total T4? Testing for the Totals is obsolete and of limited value, but many doctors still test them, instead of the Frees.
Often if you have a pituitary issue, other pituitary hormones will be off, as well. Have you been tested for TSH, FSH, LH, ACTH, etc?
Typically, provided that nothing else is wrong, low testosterone would be treated with replacement hormones. These can be in the form of a gel, injection, pellets or patches.
The following link will provide some good basic information.
To find out more, google "low testosterone".
If you'll please post your actual thyroid hormone test results and reference ranges, we can tell you whether or not you have a thyroid issue, as well. Often, even when results are "normal", symptoms can be present.
No tumor thank God. Appears just low testosterone and I am going to start using Testim Ge (insurance wont cover Androgel). My test results are below:
TSH- 1.81; FT4- 1.2; FSH- 8.6; LH- 5.2; CORTISOL- 10.1; PROLACTIN- 11.1; ACTH- 27.13; TESTOSTERONE- 221; F. TESTOSTERONE- 8.6; IGF-1- 220; SHBG- 15.6. Pt. MRI on brain normal
Reference ranges vary lab to lab, so they have to come from your own report, in for us to see where your levels fall within the ranges.