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Everything is in the normal range.
An androgen index is not the same as free testosterone.
Yours is perfectly normal.
The index reflect that you are binding testosterone to SHBG.
You don't have a complete hormone study here
You also need
Otherwise your test are normal.
I suggest you meet with an up to date endocrinologist.
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Your binding is perfect.
Please read my answer again. It is quite detailed.
There is no such thing as "where you should be in the range".
If you will notice, I suggested that you need a bioavailable testosterone as well as a free testosterone.
This will allow a range judgement that you do not have.
That was just one of my suggestions.
The other was that you need thyroid studies and an adrenal panel.
Only that amount of testing gives a clear view of testosterone.
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