Thanks for the question.
You should be consulting with an endocrinologist if possible.
You need a free testosterone, SHBG, thyroid function testing, and adrenal testing.
Testosterone interacts with all of these.
Only that way will you get a complete picture.
Then, if it is truly a testosterone problem, you can consider replacement.
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