Normal Testosterone Levels in Men and Women

Normal Testosterone Levels in Men and Women

Testosterone is a primarily male sex hormone produce by the testes but is also found in women. In women, it is created in the ovaries and adrenal glands. Having normal levels of testosterone in the body has a direct effect on the sexual drive and fertility of both men and women.

Normal Testosterone Levels in Men and Women

  • The normal testosterone levels in men are significantly higher than in women.
  • The following are the normal testosterone levels in women:
    • 1 month to puberty < 10 ng/dL (< 0.35 nmol/L)
    • 7 to 9 years = 1-12 ng/dL (0.04-0.42 nmol/L)
    • 10 to 13 years = 2-53 ng/dL (0.07-1.84 nmol/L)
    • 14 to 17 years = 8-53 ng/dL (0.28-1.84 nmol/L)
    • Pre-menopausal = 10-70 ng/dL (0.35-2.43 nmol/L)
    • Post-menopausal = 7-40 ng/dL (0.24-1.39 nmol/L)
  • Pregnant women will have 3 or 4 times the levels of their non-pregnant age group.

Normal Testosterone Levels in Men by Age

The following are the normal testosterone levels in men by age:

  • 7 months to 9 years < 30 ng/dL (< 1.04 nmol/L)
  • 10 to 13 years = 1-619 ng/dL (0.04-21.48 nmol/L)
  • 14 to 15 years = 100-540 ng/dL (3.47-18.74 nmol/L)
  • 16 to 19 years = 200-970 ng/dL (6.94-33.66 nmol/L)
  • 20 to 39 years = 270-1,080 ng/dL (9.00-37.48 nmol/L)
  • 40 to 59 years = 350-890 ng/dL (12.15-30.88 nmol/ L)
  • 60 years and older = 350-720 ng/dL (12.15-24.98 nmol/L)

Normal Testosterone Levels in Men ng mL and pg mL

  • 7 months to 9 years < 0.30 ng/mL (< 300 pg/mL)
  • 10 to 13 years = 0.01-6.19 ng/mL (10-6190 pg/mL)
  • 14 to 15 years = 1.00-5.40 ng/mL (1000-5400 pg/mL)
  • 16 to 19 years = 2.00-9.70 ng/mL (2000-9700 pg/mL)
  • 20 to 39 years = 2.70-10.80 ng/mL (2700-10800 pg/mL)
  • 40 to 59 years = 3.50-8.90 ng/mL (3500-8900 pg/mL)
  • 60 years and older = 3.50-7.20 ng/mL (3500-7200 pg/mL)

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