Based on pre-T tests, my T level seemed to be around 400 or so. Probably average libido, but at age 51 I can't remember ever having had morning erections (maybe I've just forgotten after all these years). Either T or hcg alone will produce them. I have had low grade depression most of my adult life. But my question is whether morning erections are considered a gold standard by doctors for whether T levels are too low or is that something people on this board are just more focused on? Definitely higher libido and fix for erectile problems on T, but not sure it has done anything for depression-certainly doesn't work for me to give up my minimum dose of Celexa. My dilemma is that I hate to be on T long term if I can get by without it (12 mg of viagra solves the erectile problem). I hate to get into a life long program to raise T levels only modestly (maybe to 600) especially since I can see it significantly accelerating hair loss.