So I have had my testosterone levels tested every week for the past month with it always being around 350. This is way way too low in my opinion as, the average for a 23 year old is in the 600s, but both my doctors have said that its okay because its in the normal range. They don't seem to care about my almost zero libido, my constant tiredness, or my low motivation. So must ask this question, if my doctors don't seem to care what can I do to raise my levels up to were they should be? I want my levels to at least be average. Seriously any advice would help.
Side note: I run and lift heavy weights 3 times a week, take horny goat weed (I heard it is supposed to help), and have been trying to sleep 8 hours a day. I've been doing this for months though, so I don't even want to know what my levels were like before.View Thread
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