Very Low Testosterone 5.5 nmol/L
nmol/L to ng/dl Conversion!

by Gordon
(Newcastle Australia)

Hi, I am a 49 year old male.

Could you explain if my 5.5 nmol/L level is similar to yours?

I will try your Testosterone Cycling Therapy soon, money permitting.

I hope to hear from you soon.

Very Low Testosterone 5.5 nmol/L
nmol/L to ng/dl Conversion!


Hello Gordon,

You Aussies complicate things by using a completely different system of measurement compared to us here in the US.

Fortunately, the conversion from nmol/L to ng/dl isn't that complicated.

You simply multiply by 29.

It's not a perfect conversion, as the number is really something like 28.843, but 29 is close enough for our purposes.

So, taking your level of 5.5, multiplied by 29, you get a total testosterone level of just under 160.

Not so good!

You asked if your testosterone numbers were similar to mine.

If my calculations above are correct, your levels are approximately 5 times lower than mine.

Continue on this path, and you've got a whole host of problems to look forward to, including muscle wasting, testicular atrophy, depression, low sex drive, osteoporosis, erectile dysfunction, and premature death.

You're about to enter your 50's, and if you don't take action now, your situation is going to quickly go from bad to worse.

I'm going to send you where you need to go prevent all this from happening.

Based on your comments above, it sounds like money may be tight for you. No need to worry!

Most of these solutions won't cost you a dime.

The supplements will set you back a little, but compared to the alternatives, it's chump change.

Follow the links below to get started....

Natural Testosterone Boosters

Control Male Estrogen Levels

Testosterone & Muscle

The Testosterone Diet





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