Our expert says:
There may well be a malfunction in the so-called leydig cells of the testes, which may interfere with testosterone production. Alternately if you are on steroids either for health reasons or for performance enhancing, this may also impede testosterone production. However, testosterone levels are known to fluctuate and therefore one should consider repeating the blood tests several times before making a definite diagnosis.
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