Hi all, I am going to meet with my urologist in about twelve hours. I had my testosterone levels checked a couple of months ago. The numbers the uro's office gave me were something in the low 300's. Sorry, I don't know what units those were in. I actually had my testosterone checked back in 2008. My numbers then were a little higher but still in the 300's. Back then...I guess you could say I was naive because I took it at face value that if those were too low or abnormal that the Doctor would have mentioned something about it right then and there. Since the last test, I kinda wised up and did some internet sleuthing of my own. I found this link: Male Normal Testosterone Levels - Average Ranges by Age in Men I will be turning 39 in a few weeks . Looking at the table at the link for men in my age group of 35-44 year olds, the average testosterone is 668 with a standard deviation of 212. So if that chart ....the second one....scroll down some...is in the same units as my testosterone levels, then I am more than 1.5 standard deviations out from normal/average. From my stats days, in a normal curve/distribution, plus or minus one standard deviation from the average encompasses about 65% of the population. That leaves 35% ....divide by two...gives 17.5%.... sooooo.....basically ...I am at the lowest 10% in testosterone levels. The last time I communicated with my uro doctor she (yes a she!) said via email that she would rather meet in person at her office and that she would rather treat anything erectile dysfunction-wise with something like cialis or viagra. So, to me, she seemed rather dismissive about any ideas of me going on a testosterone (replacement) therapy . Again, looking back on my life, to me it seems that having low testosterone could account for a lot things ....not just any erectile dysfunction issues. If she is equally dismissive at the appointment (in about 12 hours), I might just get a little ticked and at the least go get a second opinion from another urologist. What do you think? Is there anything I should say to my urologist to convince her to put me on testosterone? Thanks!