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... I think a second opinion would be wise. Testosterone and estrogen oppose one another, so it is possible just getting your testosterone levels up will suppress your estrogen production. These imbalances can be related to pituitary, adrenal or testicular issues and the whole picture needs to be assessed. (1 replies)
Hormone help!!!
Oct 26, 2013
... essarily be worried about the low lymphs, however, if this is a consistent finding in your blood, it could point to an autoimmune cause of the low lymphs and the pituitary problems. ... (16 replies)
... Growth hormone, FSH, LH these are pituitary hormones. And check Estrogen. ... (11 replies)

... and would be most consistent with a pituitary cyst. ... (0 replies)
... psychotics will raise your prolactin levels. Many will also "cause" pituitary tumours to grow, so if you're taking these things and feel you aren't seriously mentally ill, get off of them ASAP! ... (15 replies)
... No, I don't think my pituitary has been tested. I did mention that to my endocrinologist but he said that pituitary problems are "very rare." Anyway, my symptoms are kind of all over the place but here's a list. ... (9 replies)
Androgel Problems
Nov 19, 2009
... Ya it was about 2wks off and yes fsh and lh levels were in normal range from what I was told I didn't get those numbers. From my understanding we are going to see if the clomid will get me back to the norm for my age. We will then taper off and see if my own system will continue. If not then are going to get me fertile enough so I can bank some of my men and go to doing... (8 replies)
Androgel Problems
Nov 18, 2009
... ld be the reason your T levels are so low. The thing about it if your T levels are that low you should see slightly elevated FSH and LH levels. Unless you have a pituitary problem. Clomid may be a good option. Just remember clomid is not a long term solution it is pretty toxic on the body so just keep that in mind. ... (8 replies)
... ive been trying to convince my doctors that theres something wrong with me and they all keep telling me its in my head or its anxiety problems or something. ... (0 replies)
... and messed me up more. I ended up having pituitary problems. The pill does not resolve that. ... (5 replies)
... and then they give you meds to treat the symptoms and send you on your way. I know they are busy but I want to get to the bottom of the problems not just cover it up. It takes a lot to get me to go to the doctor so when I do go I want to be taken seriously. ... (0 replies)
Hormone problems
May 12, 2006
... Pituitary tumor? Are those usually benign? (4 replies)
Hormone problems
Feb 23, 2006
... You may not even have a tumor, or anything wrong with your pituitary at all. ... (4 replies)
Hormone problems
Feb 22, 2006
... blood in the lining of my uterus. He also reported that my hormone levels were off along with my thyroid level. He referred me to an endocrinologist to have my pituitary gland checked out. I have been having bleeding going on over a month. ... (4 replies)
... nfusing part. I eat how much I am hungry for, I don't go without food if I am hungry. My dietician says the calories are not the problem. I'm sorry about your pituitary disaster, that sounds very hard to handle and I cannot imagine the emotional suffering you went through but I very much sympathize. ... (9 replies)
... It looks like your follicle stimulating hormone level is normal, which comes from pituitary gland and starts an egg developing. The estradiol level is a little low, but given your age, just means you are becoming perimenopausal. ... (7 replies)
... Cortisol was in range...I am getting the results from Dexamethasone supression test this Friday.He did a full anterior pituitary stimulation test,which results I will get again on Friday and I am scheduled for a MRI on 9th of July... ... (12 replies)
... o. That can cause aching in the muscles of the extremities, but not joint pain. I don't think all of this is related to the hormone problems. I think the hormone problems could be related to an underlying autoimmune disorder affecting the pituitary. It is worth seeing a rheum to at least rule that out. ... (12 replies)
... your use of Craze and Assault are indeed quite likely to be causing some of your problems. The ingredients in these items are quite serious drugs* and can lead to burn out very easily. both products list " creatine monohydrate " as their main ingredient . that is by mass /weight alone= that is true. however, the main ingredient by 'effect' are these other things, the... (9 replies)
... complex endocrine problems, but nothing insurmountable with proper treatment. The thyroid hormone should be continued, not stopped. Your MRI is important because pituitary tumors can be too tiny to show up on CT scan. They are benign and can usually be dealt with medically. ... (12 replies)


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