Wow holy **** thanks.I am a health insurance agent, so Id like to give a quick comment on this situation. If your insurance covers the testing, it is medically recorded. Not that big of a deal? It could be.
If you have less then perfect results, it could be recorded as abnormal. Now say for any reason you had to get new insurance (say you lost a job and had to get an individual policy). There is now a risk that with this on your medical history, you might be seen as un-insurable by most carriers because they dont want to take a client with the risk of having to pay for TRT, etc. I advocate doing everything as discreet as possible, this is also why I think if you are going to be open with your doctor about AAS, make sure you have a cool doctor.