TRT blood results

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Hey guys, I just got my blood work results after being on TRT for 5 weeks now. I requested them at this time to get an idea where my estrogen levels stood to make sure I could keep them at a good level. Now here’s my issue, the lab didn’t do their normal ng/DL for the testosterone levels, they did it in “L” not sure if this is a false reading/misprint or what. Has anyone ran Into this before? I’ll post a photo of the results for test and free.

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Hey guys, I just got my blood work results after being on TRT for 5 weeks now. I requested them at this time to get an idea where my estrogen levels stood to make sure I could keep them at a good level. Now here’s my issue, the lab didn’t do their normal ng/DL for the testosterone levels, they did it in “L” not sure if this is a false reading/misprint or what. Has anyone ran Into this before? I’ll post a photo of the results for test and free.

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The L may stand for low. I have seen that on my bloods in the past.
 

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Hmm that’s weird, my previous level was almost 700. How the heck could it drop to that. Now I’m really confused
 

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Yes, the L is simply for "low"
I haven't known labs to be highly inaccurate, so just trusting that the number is legit, the only thing I can think of is a very far apart spacing on your dosing? What compound are you using and how many days between? (Edit, and how many mg?)
 

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Currently doing 200mg of 20% cream daily
 
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Get injections...the cream is wack
 

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Currently doing 200mg of 20% cream daily
It could've been the one time you totally forgot about application? Levels will go down very fast with skipped days.

Like @manifesto says, and from a pharmacokinetics standpoint, injections are better. Doctors often don't like giving those out, but if you have any issues at all with cream or gel, injections will likely solve them.
 
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Tell the doctor your are afraid the cream might transfer to your loved ones (ie kids, wife, GF, both...)
 

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