Note that one guy may consider 200 a "normal" test level, while another may consider 1200 a "normal" test level. It's very subjective. HIV studies have shown a test level above 1000 can make a remarkable difference. I know folks who have test as low as 40. I tested at 1100 when I was 32. I'm 48 now. I have several friends that have unadjusted levels of 350 to 500. By one doc's standards, anything over 200 may be o.k. By another's, they may like it better at 1000. I have several doctors I deal with that use it themselves. I have spent hours talking with other doctors with lots of praise. Some doctors are scared because of all the fluff surrounding AAS use. Bottom line: it works well.
If you meet a doctor who won't work with you, get another. Lots of them are using it. Geriatric specialists, internal medicine, doctors in middle-age will probably be more receptive than others. Usually, someone at the gym will know a doctor that is in the know.
Lots of folks around my age, and beyond, who grew up with all this, are demanding HRT, and we know from our own experiences the amazing benefits, and we've taken time to study all the science. AAS were not controlled until 1991. We're running around without taking a cabinet full of meds and have great blood work, which completely throws all the hype out the window. The truth is in the numbers.
Because you're 24, it's hard to tell where your numbers are. I know folks in their late 20's on HRT. I know folks who have low numbers who are on HRT and are even younger. Many doctors, in the current legal environment, might be reluctant to work with you for another couple of years. By far, the highest risk from HRT would be legal, but, if your levels are low enough, a good doc will write you a script no problem.