Ok. I went to the Dr. To get a compete physical done for some life insurance policy I got. I went ahead and had test levels checked as well. Well, my liver lipids were a little high from, what I think, an ankle injury. But at first, was scared about the superdrol, m-DROL, h-DROL I ran last spring. But, I did just come off of a fractured ankle, so that's my reasoning for the high liver lipid levels. My testosterone level (point of the thread), was a 896. I asked the nurse if that was good or bad. She said its a little low. That it should be between 900-1000. So I thought to myself, hell yeah! Written proof I have low test levels. I can get some testosterone from a dr legally! Score! Well, got to the Dr., and they asked what I was wanting exactly. I told them I had low testosterone levels. And would like test injections, or a scrip to to take home with me. I showed him the paperwork from my previous trip to the dr, and he asked if I was serious? That I were gonna get him in trouble if he prescribed me test because my levels were already high. I told him what the nurse said. He said no. So, we had more bloodwork done and, again, my level came back 897. He rejected me. So, what's the deal here? What's the normal test range for a man naturally? And who's to say whats normal anyways? Everyone's testosterone is different right? Depending on what your body needs? I could be wrong. But I'm 6'1", 225lbs. A solid build. Anyways, what's a normal testosterone range for a 29 year old man that's my build? I want to get on a curve of test, and want to know if dosage is dependent on what my levels are already at. Or is it standard for everyone, regardless of natural test levels. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks guys.