I found this awesome online tool that helps you to quickly convert testosterone levels into the different arithmetic units. It’s basically a flashy calculator for converting testosterone level units.
This is extremely helpful as a lot of labs and doctors use either the one unit (nmol/l) or the other unit (ng/dl).
This handy tool also shows the different ranges for determining whether your levels are normal, or may require you to seek Testosterone Replacement Therapy treatment.
On top of that, it also includes a Free Testosterone Calculator as well as a Management Tool/Quiz for determining whether you should seek treatment or not. This is great ammunition for making your case to the doctor – especially if they decline treatment despite your levels being in the low range.
If you are having issues with getting treatment for low testosterone, I highly suggest showing this tool to your doctor or endocrinologist. The stronger you can make your case, the better!
Quick Disclaimer: This tool is clearly developed by a producer of testosterone used in TRT, so you would expect there to be a little bias towards treatment in this case. However, I have compared the ranges they recommend to the average levels of men as they age (see the image below), and they seem fair and realistic.