Renholder: Thanks. I re-read the clomiphene abstracts and the links. Even apart from fertility considerations (not an issue for me), this approach seems to have a lot to commend it. My initial labs showed total T levels marginally higher than the test subjects. My free T was pretty low, but the abstracts don’t focus on free T, so its hard to know how I compare to the test groups on that score. Also, I’m older than the test subjects, but clomiphene still seeems worth considering. If my new labs continue to show total T in the 3-350 range and low free T, I’ll ask if I might be a good candidate for the Clomid stimulation procedure. I assume that would be the next step, unless they jump to TRT. Since my symptoms are unabated, I am actually hoping for levels that are low enough to support some kind of intervention — hopefully one that focuses more on symptom reduction than numbers.