Skip to content
fiances low testerone level...
An_206305 posted:
ok so i have been going to the doctors with him and everything... he is only 20 years old and i need answers... this subject upsets because i want to know if we can have babies later on in life .....
he is very skinny and is always in pain..
idk if car accidents cause this too? i dont know im just putting in as much info as possible.. he did get into a mo-ped crash when he was about 16?

i will post the results on here so you can see

i really would like to know as much as possible if anybody knows....
were still young.. will this improve?
will he have to take shots for the rest of his life?


20-29Yrs = 9.3L - 26.5 L
30-39Yrs = 8.7 - 25.1 L
40-49Yrs = 6.8 - 21.5 L
50-59Yrs = 7.2 24.0 L
60 Yrs and over = 6.6 - 18.1 L

20 - 59 = 0.2 -2.2 L
60 yrs and over = 0.0 - 1.8 L

J***** T****** Average Is Suppose To be 9.3 - 26.5
His is / 1.8 l = 60 yrs and over = 0.0 - 1.8 L (Female) <---
AmyAALC responded:
Yes he is dealing with low testosterone (T) but this is a treatable condition. Taking T supplements will cause fertility problems so he needs to express that with his doctor. The main concern is what is causing this low T. Sounds like he has some other health issues that needed to be address and hopefully getting those worked out will help his T. He may need to work with an endocrinologist to get to the bottom of what is causing the low T.

Amy Perkins, MS, TS
Laboratory Supervisor
Arizona Andrology Laboratory & Cryobank
International Center for Vasectomy Reversal

Spotlight: Member Stories

I had my sperm analysis after I stopped using the Testosterone for 2 month. And my sperm count shoot to 0.60 !!!! before was 12.000000 . My urologis...More

Helpful Tips

lipo g3 garcinia cambogia Diet Pills That Work - Weight Loss Pill?
Presently for the drum roll and the offering pitch that Hollywood stars, performers, and notwithstanding brandishing legends are ... More
Was this Helpful?
1 of 1 found this helpful

Report Problems With Your Medications to the FDA

FDAYou are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit the FDA MedWatch website or call 1-800-FDA-1088.