Thread: Natural Test Levels and Age?
11-25-2002, 04:51 PM #1
Natural Test Levels and Age?
I know when your young, (12-16) your natural test levels are much higher then a grown adult, as you are going through puberty and what not.
I heard that a normal adult male naturally makes about 70mg of test a week on his own. At what point does your "naturally elevated test level" drop down to this level. And how elevated is it when your 12-20 or whatever the age range is?
Just curoius if anyone had a clue - thANks
11-25-2002, 05:55 PM #2Member
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I got this from a company that tests testosterone .
7 mos-9 yrs (Tanner Stage I): < 30 ng/dL
10-13 yrs (Tanner Stage II): < 150 ng/dL
14-15 yrs (Tanner Stage III): 100-320 ng/dL
16-19 yrs (Tanner Stage IV, V): 200-970 ng/dL
20-39 yrs: 400-1080 ng/dL
40-59 yrs: 350-890 ng/dL
60 yrs & over: 350-720 ng/dL
Age Normalized Male:
40-59 yrs: 300-890 ng/dL
60 yrs & over: 200-720 ng/dL
Last edited by Mastiff; 11-25-2002 at 06:02 PM.
11-25-2002, 07:16 PM #3
Great info Mastiff! Besides flucuations in adolecents a man's natural test levels go down hill after about 30 years old.
Mastiff's post shows why screwing with your hormone levels in adolecents can totally send your body out of wack... the levels are flucuating as it is to bring your body into adult hood.
Playing with your natural levels under 20 is a big mistake... and waiting till 30 would actually be best for health. If training heavy and an active athlete - most can begin well before 30.
11-26-2002, 01:37 AM #4
Bump for the good info
11-26-2002, 01:44 AM #5
explain the ng/dL part of that. What does that convert into mg?
11-26-2002, 02:01 AM #6Associate Member
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Could you see about HGH too???
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