A few months ago I decided to get my t levels checked since I had and have a ton of signs of low testosterone. When I got the results back I wasn't shocked. My serum level was quite low. I'm 29 and it was below the labs range. LH was middle of the lab's range and fsh was a little lower. E2 was in the low 20s. I later had my levels tested again and did a thyroid test as well. Again just t levels were off. I found a doctor recommended by a few people on this site. He had me do the clomid challenge. 100mg a day for 10 days. I couldn't handle that and cut my dose little by little and ended up at 25mg every other day. After a couple of weeks I had some labs done and T levels almost tripled (which isn't saying much). LH was quite high due to the Clomid, as was E2. I'm very sensitive to Clomid and after a while the 25mg every other day was screwing with me. So cutting it back to 12.5mg every 36-48 hours made me feel a little better. I've been doing that for a couple of weeks or so and just got another test done. Test is down again but still a little higher than my initial results. Still not where I want to be. What has me confused is that LH is at the top of the range. I have never used a steroid. I think that my t levels have always been a little lower than they should be. I'm starting to doubt if this sort of restart would even be effective for me. I'm confused as to why T levels would drop back with a high-normal LH level. I guess that I could ask for Nova and see if I can stomach that but I'm losing faith that this sort of treatment would work on me in the long run.