While trying to sort through blood test results and find related info in this section, I've noticed that there isn't "General information" sticky. For those of us without great insurance and less than great doctors, it sure would be helpful to have a concise sticky that talked about what to test for, and how to interpret those results. I found the post I referenced in my post title over in the Anabolics section, and thought it would be something pertinent and related to this section as well. I know it is applicable in the Anabolics section since most Dr's aren't going to be very receptive to helping cycle AAS, but similar type info would be very helpful here are well. Yes, I can Google "Male testosterone/estrogen levels" like anyone else, but as so many here point out, just because one falls into the "average" range doesn't mean one is in the optimal range. Helping determine that seems to be a common question here, and some ideas about what to expect and/or look for would be very helpful to those of us just starting out. Or, am I off base, and this section is for those working with a TRT specialist who don't need this type information?