“NORMAL” levels of testosterone are above 250 without regard to age, symptoms or health. Most men learn, “As you get older, you should feel older.” (Which is not true.) If you were graded by your testosterone levels, a level of “350” is a “D”. Even though it is considered “normal”, it is still a ËœD”. Would you accept a “D” in any other area of your life? No! Why would you accept a “D” on your testosterone level?
“OPTIMAL” levels of testosterone mean you are in the upper third of the testosterone scale. Optimal levels are typically 950-1100 (sometimes hig
her but not more than 1250). Optimal levels take into consideration your symptoms, strength, and overall health along with lab results. By optimizing testosterone (under the supervision of a testosterone specialty physician), patients typically increase strength, heal quicker, improve cardiovascular health, find an increase in sex drive and performance, and feel better.