Normal range is 1.8 to 7.8 ng/ml. Restricted from taking supplements or gels as I'm a prostate cancer 'survivor' at 12 years out--- surgery then radiation; I guess the radiation is what lowers the testosterone... and thins bones (I have osteo neutrino which is precursor to Osteoperosis.)
Hi omakosage and welcome to DC. You have osteopenia??? That is the precursor to osteoperosis... I also have osteopenia. I don't think you are saying you have neutropenia, right??? You've got enough on your plate already.
More importantly, I think your doctor would be the best person to discuss this with considering what you have dealt with. Maybe that isn't considered that low for what you have gone through. You didn't mention when this test was done meaning the time of day. I believe it is best done in the morning but you didn't mention that.
Also, age plays a part, too and you didn't mention what stage of life you are in.
I can say one thing for sure... CONGRATULATIONS ON BEING A 12- SURVIVOR!!! And many more years to you, too!
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