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    Free Test levels

    I went back in for blood work today. The Doc is testing my free Test levels. What would the norm range be? I am 36 yrs old. Been lifting for 6 years and not on any cycle. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

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    normal free test for men (from a majority of labs, quest labs being one example) is at a range of 50 to 250 pg/ml with the optimal being at least 125 pg/ml.. however, the most accurate gauge is your BAT (Bio-Available Testosterone ) level, which is the sum of free test and albumin bound test, which should not fall below 50% (of total test) or roughly 90ng/dl, optimal being 200+ .... cheers

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    Are these two different tests? I'm still learning about what to ask the doc for. I went about two weeks ago and had my total test checked. It came back at 430. It was checked at 9 a.m.

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    test.levels

    you are ok. my are 200

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    the one I know of range is 500 - 1000. my blood work showed mine was 150 but is now 727

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    Lots of info in my bloodwork sticky

    http://forums.steroid.com/showthread.php?t=254423

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    The normal range will be printed on the lab results. Sometimes "normal" varies between labs due to their testing methods

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    is there anything you can buy to test your own test levels without going to the doctors?

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    I'm 34 y.o. and my free test levels came back at 15.91, My test shows Normal levels are b/w 12 - 49.

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