When buying fish oil, make sure that you're not actually buying cod liver oil - they are quite different, as cod liver oil does not increase testosterone. ZMA, while being great for those looking to increase testosterone, will also make you very tired. Take it before bed and sleep like a baby! Some people find it difficult to add olive oil in their diet, when it's actually quite easy. Simply use it as a salad dressing, perhaps with balsamic vinegar, or use it to fry your eggs in. Be sure you're getting enough sleep. Six hours a night, seven nights a week is NOT sufficient to optimize testosterone levels.
There is a risk to benefit ratio for everything, and my patients and I put a lot of thought into the decision to treat with testosterone. While there are doctors out there who are willing to prescribe testosterone to just about anybody, I am not one of them. However, I may use give it to a patient who is still technically “normal” if it is appropriate. For example, I am more aggressive with TRT (testosterone replacement therapy) in patients with diabetes or metabolic syndrome. I would be very reluctant to prescribe testosterone to a 51 year-old guy who has a good sex drive and high energy unless he could benefit substantially from a medical standpoint. On another note, if muscle growth is coming at all you are doing better than most. Building muscle is a very tough process for anyone who has been training consistently for any length of time. Before considering TRT, I would make sure your training, lifestyle, nutrition and supplement regimens are on point. I hope this helps. Thanks.