Diagnosed With “Normal Testosterone Levels?” What’s Normal, What’s Not and What’s Low T?

The amount of testosterone a person has in their body varies throughout their lifetime. Though testosterone is primarily known as a male hormone, females also need a certain amount to promote fertility (though most testosterone in females convert into estrogens).

What are normal testosterone levels?

Normal testosterone levels in men range between 300-1,200 ng/dL (nanograms per deciliter). Testosterone levels depend largely on age, genetics and existing medical conditions.

Adult males under 50 years of age with testosterone levels between 230-350 ng/dL and adult males over 50 years of age with testosterone levels between 300-500 ng/dL are typically diagnosed with Low T. 

Low testosterone (Low T) is the underproduction or lack of production of testosterone. Common causes of Low T include chronic medical conditions like diabetes, infections, obesity or other hormonal conditions.

Side effects of Low T

While it’s natural for testosterone levels to decline with age, men with low T experience a number of side effects, including:

  • Reduced sex drive
  • Reduced erectile function
  • Loss of body hair
  • Less beard growth
  • Loss of lean muscle mass
  • Fatigue or lack of motivation
  • Excess weight
  • Mood swings

Treating Low T

Normal testosterone levels vary from person to person. If you are experiencing any side effects listed above, there could be an underlying medical condition, like Low T. Low T can be treated with safe, effective hormone replacement therapy that’s tailored to your unique needs. In order to do what is most appropriate and effective for you, the skilled team at SynergenX Health are dedicated to providing the right services, developing unique efficiencies offered by few (if any) other providers, and taking a truly personalized approach to your care.

Call SynergenX at 888-219-7259 to schedule your $25 Low T test in any of our Texas or Illinois offices.