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Normal male testosterone levels

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Are you normal? That is, do you have the normal level of testosterone circulating in your body? There are a variety of tests available to determine how much testosterone you have in your body at any point in time. Your age is a key factor relating to how much testosterone your body produces. Also a factor is whether or not you are using outside sources because the use of anabolic steroids causes your own testosterone production to largely shut down so any measurement would be skewed toward the chemically added testosterone.

What do the numbers look like? We found this testosterone levels chart:

Age

Number
of
Subjects

Mean
Total
Test

Stand.
Dev.

Median
Total
Test

5th %

10th %

95th %

<25

125

692

158

697

408

468

956

25-29

354

669

206

637

388

438

1005

30-34

330

621

194

597

348

388

975

35-39

212

597

189

567

329

388

945

40-44

148

597

198

597

319

378

936

45-49

154

546

163

527

329

358

846

50-54

164

544

187

518

289

348

936

55-59

155

552

174

547

319

338

866

The levels show a steady decline in line with age, as well as the standard deviation. Mens-hormonal-health.com points out “For statistical purposes, typical male testosterone levels range between 250ng/dl to 850 ng/dl.” Also remember that these charts are based on the average population and you may be aiming at above average, particularly if you are trying to build muscle.

Some indicators of having low testosterone can be fatigue (excessive - everyone gets tired after a good workout, but if it lingers, it may be an issue), mental health problems such as depression, lack of concentration, and lower sex drive.

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