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Oh bog off you stupid fucking hippie. There are tons of things that can kick of an imbalance in your HTPA and throw your test out of whack, not to mention that some men are simply born with higher levels of testosterone production than others.
"Processed food", you couldn't make it up.
> Have any of you lot had any success with getting treatment for low testosterone?
The markers used by NHS GPs are based on a range established from samples take from "healthy men" of all ages from late teenage through to old lads in their eighties. As long as you're at least slightly above the mean for a typical coffin dodger (I think the limit is somewhere in the high 200s) then the NHS will not treat you for low test. As a twenty-five year old lad your test should probably be in the 800-900 range.
While I'm here get your Thyroid checked and your SHBG, Free test, FSH, and E2 levels done while you're at it. Without those markers a simple test for testosterone won't tell anyone very much at all.
Regardless, if you don't fall into the NHS' one foot in the grave low test category the only way you'll be getting your test back up to natural levels is by going private, in one way or another.